Las Patronas parties at Louis Vuitton store

Louis Vuitton at Fashion Valley hosted a VIP party on May 7. Among the 150 attendees were Las Patronas’ members and spouses as well as some of the Las Patronas underwriters and donors.

Louis Vuitton donated 10 percent of the party’s proceeds to Las Patronas.

In addition to showing off the brand’s shoes, jewelry, leather goods and accessories, the Louis Vuitton store also displayed its 2009 Spring/Summer Ready to Wear collection.

Elegant Events catered the event.

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  3. Las Patronas gives grants to beneficiaries at luncheo
  4. Del Mar jewelry store robbing suspect in custody
  5. Las Patronas’ Jewel Ball relives the 1920s

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