The episode about Nana’s party, in particular is wonderful.
When a spray can at a random teen party is treated with the same level of importance and reverence as “The Magic Bullet” from the Zapruder film.
“Examining the various angles, in real time, we can breakdown the exact movements of the spray can throughout the evening.”
this is gonna be interesting
We really missed them. Two special Euphoria episodes coming soon. First one December 6th on HBO - Zendaya Via Instagram
special episode december 6 motherfuckers
You look fucking amazing - Rules Halloween - Euphoria S1
it’s that time of the year
the fact that Dan Levy is the top credited “cast” member from the Emmy’s..because he won everything…makes sense
watching kc undercover and it’s so lovely to know zendaya was going to become an emmy winner 5 years after the show first aired,,, we love an icon
Emmy nem ou quelquechose… Je sais pas j'écoute pas de hip hop…
I feel so bad for Bill Hader sometimes because here he is doing amazing things and proving himself to be more than just that “SNL guy” and every interview (Especially at the Emmys) all they ask him about is his impressions. You can LITERALLY see it in his face that doesn’t want to talk about his SNL days. Like give the guy some respect.
Thanks for coming to my Ted Talk
I was feeling good about the world - Rue -Euphoria S1
Zendaya In Christopher John Rogers and BVLGARI Jewels 📸 by Dominic Miller
Ok but also the stupid tree people transcendents light groot things look so stupif
by Don Rose
Here is the big question all outgoing (as in love going out) Angelenos - especially event planners - want to know: when can we start hosting and attending special events and parties again? Is it safe (like, really safe) to do so?
The good news is that we may finally be getting an answer, thanks to Debbie Durkin, LA’s leading sustainable creative producer and one of the nation’s leading awards-season event experts.
Ms. Durkin decided to show the way for LA - and the rest of the country - by producing a fun and innovative drive-thru (yes, DRIVE thru!) EcoLuxe Lounge and Endless Summer Festival in Honor of the annual Primetime TV Awards. This unique and creative drive-thru event (arguably the only one of its kind during TV awards season) took place in front of the iconic Beverly Hilton Hotel on the Friday before the 2020 Emmys.
By utilizing a safe and groundbreaking Drive-Thru concept, the 14th annual EcoLuxe Endless Summer Festival was able to take place (honoring TV award nominees and featuring actors, directors, producers, VIP talent, and select media as attendees), while other events planned for TV Awards Week were either postponed or cancelled.
The eco-friendly luxury event, honoring California Firefighters, featured several innovative sponsors, including:
§ Meraki Allure
§ MO Eyewear
§ KOZ Water
§ John Paul Pet Products
…and last but not least…
§ The Beverly Hilton Hotel Celebrity Brunch-in-a-box To-GO!
In case you were wondering, this EcoLuxe event was very safe, with strict rules for mask wearing and distancing. The drive thru aspect made sure no one was crowding the exhibit booths. Attendees spent most of the time in their cars, and hopped out briefly at each booth to meet exhibitors (at a distance) and get some cool gifts.
One of the exhibitors (Meraki Allure) even made special EcoLuxe branded facemasks especially for the event, for all attendees to enjoy (combining comfort and protection in one stylish mask).
While the cars may have been moving slowly, Debbie is hoping the event industry will start moving faster, in the sense of starting to do more live events – as long as proper safety measures are followed. As Debbie explained, “I don’t want to live the rest of my life behind a computer monitor. We set precedent for the rest of our nation to get back to business by #EventResponsibly - I licensed that hashtag!”
Ms. Durkin’s event honored California Firefighters. While they were unable to attend due to battling the ongoing fires, event posters (displayed prominently in the driveway as attendees drove through) included the hashtag #thankyoufirefighters, and attendees were encouraged to use that hashtag in their social media posts.
Entryway (featuring event signage) to Debbie Durkin’s Drive-Thru EcoLuxe Lounge and Endless Summer Festival sponsored by Meraki Allure, MO’ Eyewear, KOZ Water, and John Paul Pet Products, at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, Beverly Hills, CA.
The beautiful floral wall (a tradition at every EcoLuxe welcome-photo area) from florist Leslie Monroy (@flowersonflowerz).
“Selling Sunset” stars Amanza Smith and Mary Fitzgerald showed off their fab figures at Debbie Durkin’s Drive-Thru EcoLuxe Lounge and Endless Summer Festival, Beverly Hilton Hotel, Beverly Hills, CA.
Farrah Abraham and daughter Sophia sporting “VOTE” facemasks at Debbie Durkin’s Drive-Thru EcoLuxe Lounge and Endless Summer Festival, Beverly Hilton Hotel, Beverly Hills, CA.
Linda Cardellini at the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards.