Last night on Friday, January 11th, Dom Pérignon with W Magazine’s Editor in Chief, Stefano Tonchi, Editor at Large, Lynn Hirschberg and André Balazs celebrated the Golden Globe Awards at Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles.
Guests including Amy Adams, Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence (in striking Sylva & Cie ring with matching earrings), Christoph Waltz, Daniel Day Lewis, Helena Bonham Carter, Marion Cotillard, Jack Black, John Hawkes, Eddie Redmayne, and Kerry Washington were all in attendance.
"Nashville" stars Connie Britton and Hayden Panettierre were also spotted. No surprise that singer Lana Del Rey was on the scene as Chateau Marmont is one of her favorite spots in LA.
Past Academy Award winner for "The Fighter" Melissa Leo looked chic in a white suit. Frieda Pinto and Dev Patel looked adorable. They showed up together and posed for photos. Celebrity couple and "On The Road" stars Garrett Hedlund and Kirsten Dunst were also in attendance.
"Homeland" star Damian Lewis, Camilla Belle, and Catherine Keener were some other A-listers at the bash.
Last, but not least is the rest of the celebrity guest list, who among others enjoyed Dom Pérignon Vintage 2003: Dean Winters, Dreama Walker (who looked fabulous in Jennifer Fisher Jewelry), Danny Huston, Jena Malone, John Legend and Chrissy Teigen, Brit Marling, Sienna Miller, Eric Stonestreet, Carmen Electra, Julian Sands, Matt Bomer, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Kelly Rutherford, Ron Livingston, Miranda Kerr, Amber Valetta, Rachel Zoe, and Minnie Driver, Wolfgang Puck, Io Bottoms, Zoe Lister Jones, Whitney Cummings, Esthella Warren, Julie White, Chelsea Handler, Fuschia Kate Sumnner, Morena Baccarin, Brett Ratner, Jean Pigozzi, Maria and William Bell, Alessandra Balazs, Laura Bickford, Victoria Brynner, Nina Clemente, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, China Chow, Eva Chow, Asia Chow, Maximillian Chow, Amanda de Cadenet, Atlanta de Cadenet, Jay Duplass, Mark Duplass, Lisa and Eric Eisner, Bret Easton Ellis, Tobias Meyer and Mark Fletcher, Kathy Freston, Tierney Gearon, Liz Goldwyn, Michael Govan, Francesca Gregorini, Marg Helgenberger, Angela Janklow, Jessica Joffe, Konstantin Kakanias, Elisabeth Kieselstein-Cord, George Kotsiopoulos, Donovan Leitch, Angela Lindvall, Maryam Malakpour, Kate Mulleavy, Esthella Provas, Shaun Caley Regen, Amy Sacco, Andrew Saffire, Wendy Stark, PC Valmorbida and Tatiana von Furstenberg.
The unique personality of Dom Pérignon champagne is born of its creative commitment and why Dom Pérignon is pleased to support the power of creation in the arts. Based in the vineyards of Epernay, France, Dom Pérignon has enjoyed over 300 years of success as a leading producer of champagne. Appointed in 1668, the monk Pierre Pérignon spent over 47 years on creating, perfecting and establishing the reputation of the “Champagne” method. The miracle wrought by the assemblage, the fine-tuning, the risk-taking, intuition and experience all lead to the ultimate reward: the inspired creation of a vintage.
Today, Dom Pérignon Vintages, Œnothèques, and Rosés are revered amongst the finest in champagne. The unique personality of Dom Pérignon champagne is born of its creative commitment: the always unexpected, paradoxical tension between the distinctive qualities of a year and the timeless spirit of Dom Pérignon, the sensation that gives it its charisma, which is itself made of weightlessness, an airy richness and suppleness, from the first impression to the long-lasting finish.