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January 19, 2018

Casa Perfect’s Beverly Hills Opening Party

David Alhadeff and Kelly Lamb
Photo Credit: Johnny Le
Bettina Korek and Jasmin Shokrian
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Ramin Shamshiri, David Alhadeff and Pamela Shamshiri
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Ramya Giangola, Samantha Traina, Scott Sternberg and George Kotsiopoulos
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Taska Cleveland and Kelsey Sundberg
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Sonia Boyajian and Justin Kern
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Frances Merrill and Loryn Napala
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Alex Hinds, Christina Hinds and Blaise Patrick
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Brad Elterman
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Isabelle Dimang and Samantha Duenas
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Annina Mislin, Ryan Willms and Flavie Webster
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Liz Goldwyn
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On Thursday, January 18, David Alhadeff of The Future Perfect, along with hosts Bettina Korek and Spencer Bailey, opened the doors to the most recent stop for his project Casa Perfect. The nomadic concept, which roams every couple of years with the intention of providing an intimate and exclusive spot for shopping, resumed with a house party in a historic estate in Beverly Hills that was once owned by Elvis Presley.  “It blew me away. It had great energy and a great vibe. I felt it and I said, ‘This is it,'” said Alhadeff of his simple formula for house hunting.

“This is our brand programing in 3-D,” Alhadeff said of the location, which serves as a blank canvas for The Future Perfect’s inventory of designers, including John Hogan, Marta Sala, Jonathan Cross and more. “This is almost every designer we represent in the house. Some sentiment from their work is here.”

In between grazing through a food bar prepared by Kronnerburger and tiptoeing around a pool with tequila-infused cocktails in hand, guests including Marjan Malakpour, Pamela Shamshiri and Olivia Lopez fawned over the assortment of works featured.

Now open to the public, the ultimate interior shopping is available by appointment only. “Buy what you love,” said Alhadeff. “Don’t think too much about it and it will all work out.” Casa Perfect, 323-202-2025.

Written by Ericka Franklin

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