Vanity Fair, Campaign Hollywood 2013

Anything involving cars, films, fashion and beauty is always a win. On Monday February 18th Vanity Fair kicks off it’s 14th annual Campaign Hollywood series with a fete at The Chateau with Juicy Couture hosted by Olivia Munn. The week long party fest leading up to next Sunday’s Oscars celebration is co-sponsored by Chrysler, Fiat and L’Oréal Paris and includes a slew of fun, both public and private, including car displays at Hollywood and Highland (Chrysler Varvatos 2013 Luxury Edition) and Westfield Century City (2013 Fiat 500c). The evenings are packed with private parties celebrating nominated films and benefitting a very worthy list of charitable organizations including The Los Angeles Fund for Public Education, The United Nations’s International Labour Organization and their Green Jobs Programme, Freida Pinto‘s passion, 10 x 10, “a campaign that supports the education of girls around the world through film and social media advocacy.” And if you’re looking for make up touch ups come by Hollywood and Highland Monday through Saturday afternoon, where a makeup artist from L’Oréal Paris will make you perfectly polished for all the party hopping. Don’t forget to wish Vanity Fair a happy birthday if you bump into Graydon on a corner. The magazine turns 100 years old this year. The new Fiat 500 C pictured below and the vintage one above.

The Campaign Hollywood 2013 schedule of private events below:

“Vanities” Calendar Celebration with Juicy Couture – Monday, February 18 – Vanity Fair and Juicy Couture, along with Vanity Fair senior west coast editor Krista Smith and The Newsroom actress and former “Vanities” subject Olivia Munn, will kick off Campaign Hollywood week by hosting the “Vanities” Calendar Celebration in support of the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma, a member of Feeding America, at the Chateau Marmont. This invitation-only reception will feature a mix of past “Vanities” subjects, celebrities, and industry insiders, with music by D.J. Ms. Nix.

D.J. Night with L’Oréal Paris – Tuesday, February 19 – Actress and L’Oréal Paris spokesperson, Freida Pinto, will join Vanity Fair and L’Oréal Paris to host a chic party at the newly reopened Teddy’s restaurant at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel featuring an exclusive performance by D.J. AcE. This invitation-only event will benefit 10 x 10, a campaign that supports the education of girls around the world through film and social media advocacy.

Barneys New York Dinner to Toast Silver Linings Playbook – Wednesday, February 20 – Vanity Fair and Barneys New York will host a private dinner at the Chateau Marmont to toast the cast of the Academy Award®–nominated film Silver Linings Playbook in support of The Glenholme School, a center of Devereux and a therapeutic school for students with special needs.

Chrysler Brand Toast to Les Misérables – Wednesday, February 20 – Vanity Fair and the Chrysler brand will host a private cocktail party at Eveleigh restaurant to toast the cast of the Academy Award®–nominated film Les Misérables in support of The Los Angeles Fund for Public Education.

Beauty Luncheon with Lancôme and Clarisonic – Thursday, February 21 – Vanity Fair will join Lancôme and Clarisonic for a day of pampering hosted by Vanity Fair beauty director SunHee Grinnell at the Argyle Salon & Spa at Sunset Tower Hotel. Hollywood’s top makeup artists will be treated to Clarisonic facials, Lancôme makeup touch-ups, spa treatments, and a light lunch at this intimate, invitation-only event to benefit 10 x 10, a campaign that supports the education of girls around the world through film and social media advocacy.

“Una Notte Verde” with Fiat – Thursday, February 21 – Vanity Fair and Fiat, along with Academy Award®–winning composer Hans Zimmer and Academy Award®–winning director Ron Howard, will host “Una Notte Verde,” a cocktail party at Cecconi’s West Hollywood to benefit The United Nations’s International Labour Organization (ILO) and the Green Jobs Programme. This invitation-only reception will feature celebrity guests, industry insiders, and supporters of the ILO, the U.N. agency, which sets international standards and promotes and protects fundamental rights at work.

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