Hollywood’s hottest reality stars lit up Las Vegas as Sugar Factory American Brasserie made its debut on Friday night at Paris. Thousands of fans lined the Las Vegas Strip hoping to catch a glimpse of the packed celebrity roster Sugar Factory had in store.
Kim Kardashian, dressed in an emerald-green pencil skirt and black blouse from Gucci sent the crowd into a frenzy as soon as she stepped onto the red carpet and unveiled Sugar Factory’s 125-carat, one-of-a-kind, diamond-studded Couture Pop, created by Josh Pianko. Kardashian, joined by her younger sister Kylie Jenner then retreated inside the expansive eatery and enjoyed items such as Sugar Factory’s famous “The Barbie” milkshake, Ahi tuna sliders, frozen hot chocolate and more. Jenner, who was overheard saying this was her first time in Las Vegas, looked stylish in a Sass & Bide dress and Yves Saint Laurent shoes.
Reality television star and Las Vegas local Holly Madison, along with friends and co-stars Laura Croft and Josh Strickland, stepped onto the red carpet in Sin City as well. Madison, who headlines in Planet Hollywood’s “Peepshow,” wore a BCBG dress, Louis Vuitton shoes and one of her own personally-designed “Holly Madison” Sugar Factory candy necklaces. Croft was sporting a Betsey Johnson dress and shoes, and Strickland wore a Moods of Norway blazer paired with Ben Sherman pants.
Whitney Port was also spotted at Sugar Factory American Brasserie during the grand opening, but the reality star and clothing designer was having a celebration of her own. Port celebrated her 26th birthday at the grand opening of the restaurant, enjoying dinner with close friends and boyfriend Ben Nemtin. The starlet was presented with a lavish, rose-pink birthday cake crafted by Sugar Factory’s world-class pastry master, Chef Michael Gillet.
Spice Girl Mel B also took part in the festivities, showing off her one of her own, personally designed Sugar Factory Purple Passion Couture Pop. The British beauty looked lovely in yellow lace and stepped off the carpet to dine with fellow Couture Pop designer Kim Kardashian.
Simon Huck, one of Hollywood’s most well-known PR faces thanks to his co-starring role on E! Network’s reality show, “The Spin Crowd,” took off his working cap and popped on his celebrity cap as he walked down the red carpet, looking sharp and polished in dark-washed jeans and a fitted Hugo Boss blazer.
Seated at a table inches away from the Las Vegas Strip, Nick Cannon made quite a splash with fans as he dined with friends at Sugar Factory American Brasserie.
Another beauty on the red carpet was DJ Havana Brown, best known as Britney Spears’ featured deejay for her Circus tour. Brown looked glamorous in a Boutique dress and Christian Louboutin shoes as she made her way into the confection paradise.
Robin Antin, choreographer and creator of the infamous Pussycat Doll brand, showed her support for Sugar Factory on its grand opening night. The dancing diva wore a Pucci mini dress as she posed on the carpet with a blinged-out Couture Pop.
Las Vegas headliner Matt Goss wrapped up Sugar Factory’s big night. The soulful British crooner turned the swag on down the red carpet, melting the hearts of his screaming fans outside.
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