Chavez Braga Productions and Maricel's Desserts Create a Signature Birthday Cake for Celebrity F
Chavez Braga Productions and Maricel's Desserts was so honored to have been invited to create a signature birthday cake for fashion icon and celebrity fashion designer, Sue Wong. We celebrated her birthday fashion extravaganza at her Hollywood Hills Mansion, The Cedars (former residence of Johnny Depp, Howard Hughes and Jimi Hendrix).
PRWeb describes the start studded event: "The special event was attended by the designer’s close friends, collaborators, and entertainment luminaries such as actor-musician Ronn Moss (THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL, PLAYER), actress Alice Amter (THE BIG BANG THEORY), actress Sofia Milos (CSI: MIAMI, THE SOPRANOS), rocker Chris Pitman (GUNS N’ ROSES), as well as Hollywood major players, former Director of BAFTA LA, Sandro Monetti, former BAFTA Chairman of the Board Nigel Daly, OBE, Larry Namer, founder of E! Entertainment and Rob Minkoff, Director of THE LION KING. Additionally, socialites and philanthropists Alexandrina Doheny and Jo Hilton joined accomplished visionaries from the glamorous worlds of Fashion, Film, Art, Architecture, Music, and Photography in celebrating the Designer’s birthday and toasting her ground-breaking creative plans for the future."
Pictured here from left to right is: 1. Emmy award-winning producer and actor, Vincent De Paul; 2. Birthday celebrant and celebrity fashion designer, Sue Wong; 3. My daughter, Maricel, of Chavez Braga Productions and Maricel's Desserts; (myself behind the feathers with my eldest daughter, Jodessa, the PR and marketing for Chavez Braga Productions and Maricel's Desserts, and my husband, the cake security); and 4. Tina, Sue Wong's personal assistant (a very kind young lady).
Pictured here from left to right is: 1. Nigel Daly (Chairman of the Board of BAFTA LA) and Sofia Milos (Actress from CSI Miami, The Sopranos) pictured with the signature birthday cake made by Maricel Braga (Chavez Braga Productions & Maricel's Desserts) for celebrity fashion designer, Sue Wong.
Photo credit: William Kidston