For Grey Goose's global series of pop-ups, Boulangerie Bleue, Homepolish's Orlando Soria and Kerry Vasquez partnered to design an experiential booth for 450 guests.
Photos by Tomasso Boddi/Courtesy of Getty Images for Grey Goose.
We can’t image anything more magical than a French-inspired dinner under the stars… which is why we wish we could have jetted out to Los Angeles earlier in August. As part of Grey Goose vodka’s Boulangerie Bleue pop-up dining experience series, which has traveled from Amsterdam to Ibiza and many more in between, Homepolish helped the company set up shop at The Simon House in Beverly Hills. West Coast Creative Director and designer worked together to create an immersive photobooth area, complete with French Riviera inspired art and a bike outfitted with a basket full of baguettes.
Starting the evening, 70 guests, including such VIPs as bloggers Marianna Hewitt and Blake Scott, were treated to a seated dinner by Chef Bruce Kalman. Luckily, several of our designers were able to snag a seat as well. After the dinner, the event opened up to the masses, bringing in a whopping 450 people! DJ Zimmer and performer Chairlift entertained the crowd. Needless to say, the party went late into the night.
See more snaps from the evening in the slideshow!