On Wednesday December 14th, Bally toasted its 160 Year Swiss heritage with an evening of high-flying style that showcased captivating artwork and images from both the Bally and Condé Nast archives.
Held at Bally’s beautiful Rodeo Drive boutique, actor Topher Grace and The Art of Elysium founder Jennifer Howell graciously hosted the evening alongside invited VIP guests including Christine Woods, Johnny Sneed, Abigail Spencer, Rebecca Cardon, Carla Gallo, Arielle Kebbel, Richie Keen and Sunny Mabrey.
As well as marking Bally’s 160th anniversary, the evening also celebrated Bally’s exclusive Scribe Made- To-Order Shoe service and the recently launched companion program, Scribe Made-To-Order Belts.
The evening also benefited The Art of Elysium, a non-profit organisation that encourages the creative community to dedicate time to children battling serious medical conditions, with 10% of all purchases donated to this important cause.
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Bally’s Adam McCollum, Founder of the Art of Elysium Jennifer Howell and Topher Grace
Founder of the Art of Elysium Jennifer Howell and Jason Pomeranc
Founder of the Art of Elysium Jennifer Howell
Carla Gallo, Sunny Mabrey, Topher Grace and Abigail Spencer
Art of Elisium’s Richard Kean, Abigail Spencer, Topher Grace
Art of Elisium’s Richard Kean, Abigail Spencer and Topher Grace
DJ Zen Freeman
DJ Zen Freeman
Rebecca Cardon and Carla Gallo
Sunny Mabrey and Abigail Spencer
Founder of the Art of Elysium Jennifer Howell and actor Topher Grace