Event will feature designer denim, celebrities

The sexy, chic denim line Hollywood Million created by Michele Genevieve, will showcase its unique collection at Envy Nightclub located at the Ivy Hotel, with a fashion show, celebrity guests, DJs and more on Jan. 22.

Entertainment will be provided by DJs Taryn Manning, White Kidz, Scooter and Este. Celebrity guests will host the event including Gretchen Rossi and Slade Smiley from the “Real Housewives of Orange County,” Dawn Olivieri of “Heros,” Victor Webster of “Melrose Place” and Krista Allen and Mams Taylor from “Final Destination.”

“From our designer uniforms to the beautifully designed spaces throughout the hotel – fashion and style have been an important part of the Ivy since we opened our doors,” said Jessica Cline, Ivy Hotel’s director of marketing. “We’re excited to be a part of Michele’s new fashion forward line that has an A-list following.”

Complimentary cocktails will be offered from 9 to 10 p.m. with the fashion show beginning shortly thereafter. Fashion show guests that donate $15 or more to the American Cancer Society will receive a $50 Hollywood Million Denim gift card.

With over 14 years experience working at Nordstrom, Hollywood Million founder and designer Michele Genevieve combined her love for fashion and attention to detail to launch her denim line in 2009. Michele has been named “Emerging Designer of the Year” at Orange County Style Week and has acquired a celebrity following including Kim Kardashian, Miley Cyrus and Ashlee Simpson. Hollywood Million has also been featured on the TV shows “Melrose Place,” “90210″ and “Real Housewives of Orange County.”

Bottle service reservations are suggested and can be made by calling 619-804-2055. Ivy Rooftop is located at the Ivy Hotel at 600 F Street in downtown San Diego. For further information about Ivy Hotel, visit www.ivyhotel.com or call 619-814-1000.

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