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February 5, 2018

Edie Parker’s Brett Heyman Hosts a Los Angeles Dinner Party

Selma Blair
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Jennifer Meyer, Allison de Neufville and Edie Parker
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Erin and Sara Foster
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Molly Sims
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Samantha Ronson and China Chow
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Kelly Sawyer, Vanessa Getty and Shiva Rose
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Erica Pelosini
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In the eight years since Brett Heyman launched her accessories label, Edie Parker, the line’s playful acrylic box clutches have garnered a cult celebrity following and made countless cameos on the red carpet. So it is no surprise that when the Brentwood-bred, New York-based designer marked her visit to Los Angeles with a fete on Thursday, February 1, it drew a slew of her A-list friends, including Selma Blair, Molly Sims, China Chow, Nikki Reed, Jennifer Meyer, and Erin and Sara Foster.

During the dinner party, hosted at La Dolce Vita restaurant in Beverly Hills, guests indulged in Italian fare and cocktails and flaunted their Edie Parker purses. But there was an obvious fan favorite among the styles: the brand’s new Time’s Up clutch ($1,295), inspired by the Hollywood movement again sexual harassment and discrimination. One-hundred percent of the sales proceeds of the black evening bag—released just in time for the Oscars—will benefit the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund.

Heyman’s support for the movement does not stop there: Proceeds from the Edie Parker website through February 7 will also go to the fund.

Written by Anush Benliyan

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