Photo Roundup: Fireball, Paws Gala, Nightmare on Richmond Street

On Thursday night, the annual Fireball gala for Sheena’s Place turned The Hoxton into a veritable Wonderland, Alice style, of course. Pink flamingos hung from the ceiling as four-foot-tall chess pieces lined the floors, playing cards – like the Queen of Hearts, no less – littered the tables while other accoutrements drew attention to the theme. Hundreds of YPs and Sheena’s Place supporters were dressed to the nines, with gorgeous red dresses being a popular choice amongst the lovely ladies in attendance. Delicious haute bites by Parts and Labour satiated the sophisticated crowd. CityLine‘s Tracy Moore – stunning, as always – hosted the event, speaking to the tenets and amazing endeavours Sheena’s Place undertakes before introducing a touching video that really hit home the importance of this supportive safehouse for those whose lives are affected by eating disorders.
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Paws Gala
The 2nd annual Paws for the Cause gala scampered into Airship 37 Thursday the 27th, bringing a bevy of canines and their companions. Decked out in chic attire, the beautiful crowd mixed and mingled while snatching bites supplied by Pusateri’s – the doggy dessert bar was particularly adorable, by the way. Dog lovers abounded, and grabbed the best spots they could for the canine fashion show, featuring four-legged looks by Babies and Beasts and postural attire by Philip Sparks. Hosted by ET Canada’s Rick Campanelli and Angie Smith, the Paws Gala was an exciting and purposeful event that celebrated man’s best friend in unprecedented style.
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Nightmare on Richmond Street
NABS‘ Nightmare on Richmond Street brought out the YP ad, media, and communications crowd for a night of costuming, dancing, noshing, and drinking on the 27th. Being the industry party it was, it came as no surprise that some of the best costumes were on display – albeit, seemingly awkward for the wearer to bear at times. This is London played host to the event, and proceeds from the night benefit NABS – the National Advertising Benevolent Society – and their industry community initiatives.
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