LOS ANGELES, Feb. 26 /CNW/ -- Sunday night, after all the Oscars had been
awarded, four hundred of Hollywood's most recognizable names reveled inside
Prince's private Post-Oscar Event held at his Beverly Hills estate, "The 77".
The party, hosted by Citizens of Humanity by Jerome Dahan, provided an
experience of ultimate fantasy. Prince and his band performed in the grand
ballroom and were joined on stage by the legendary Stevie Wonder. Throughout
the event, downstairs in Club 3121, a live neo-burlesque peek show produced by
Citizens of Humanity entertained Prince's guests.
As Hollywood's A-List descended into Club 3121, a subterranean arched
corridor lined with barrel-vaulted ceilings, they found, hidden behind dark
denim drapery, a series of live acts. Each chamber featured six distinct
private live shows with dancers. In one chamber, entitled, "The Citizen's
Pole," partygoers performed for their fellow guests. The Citizens of Humanity
live peek show, fused fantasy with reality to create a sensual experience,
which is a hallmark of every Prince event.
For more information about the celebrity guests who attended the event,
About Citizens of Humanity
Citizens of Humanity is a leading designer and distributor of premium
denim and other apparel. The company was founded by Jerome Dahan in 2003.
Before founding Citizens of Humanity, Dahan was a co-founder and the original
designer of 7 For All Mankind, and the head designer at Lucky Brands. The
company is headquartered in Huntington Park, California. For more
information, visit http://www.citizensofhumanity.com
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