Veuve Clicquot’s Yelloween celebration in Vegas continued on Saturday night at Lavo at the Palazzo. “90210” star AnnaLynne McCord hosted the event to help raise awareness for The Blind Project, a collective of passionate individuals uniting together, leveraging their unique talents to empower victims and survivors of the commercial sex trade in Southeast Asia. They consist solely of volunteers with no paid staff. McCord calls it her “passion project” and expressed gratitude to Lavo for donating a VIP table to her to auction off to raise money and awareness for the cause.
The star arrived with her sister Angel and a group of friends clad in Alice in Wonderland costumes. McCord walked the red carpet as The White Queen, while Angel dressed as Alice. Her agent Melissa Hirschenson came as the Queen of Hearts and the Mad Hatter was John Lewis. Robert Rapport, the head make-up artist from “90210,” came with the group to Vegas just to get everyone party ready, with the help of Brianna Thomas from the Kim Vo salon.
McCord said she loved Tao at the Venetian so was looking forward to experiencing Lavo for the first time and that she couldn’t wait to try the spaghetti bolognese.
The large group sat down to dinner in the private dining room, enjoying favorites from the Italian eatery including Kobe meatballs, chicken marsala, the bolognese and more and her friends enjoyed Veuve Clicquot with their meal. After dinner they adjourned to the nightclub for the Veuve Clicquot Yelloween festivities.
Upstairs the sisters danced the night away to the sounds of DJ Crooked and toasted to the event with McCord pouring glasses of Veuve Clicquot Champagne for her Alice in Wonderland group. Annalynne added to her White Queen costume, swiping the pilot hat from actor Aaron O’Connell’s get-up and donning it herself, hamming it up while all of the friends took pictures of each other.
LMFAO brought their Party Rock experience as Veuve Clicquot’s Yelloween continued at Tao. Always dressed for a good time, the holiday inspired them to take their look even further as Red Foo appeared covered in body paint.
The large group of 20 fueled up for the night with an Asian feast and after dinner added glow sticks to their costumes before heading up to the club. Once upstairs they surprised the packed club with an impromptu performance of their hit songs including “I’m in Las Vegas Trick,” and “Shots.” As always their energy raised the crowd’s excitement level as costumed club goers danced the night away to the sounds of DJ Vice.