Romy & Jacob in pre Golden Globes Swag Event
CSI Miami s Eva La Rue with Romy and Jacob Dog Bathrobe
Montreal (January 16th, 2006) – Celebrities, stylists, publicists and network executives lined up to see the 2007 Romy & Jacob collection at this weekend’s Pre Golden Globes Gift House & Beauty Lounge at Cooley Estate in Los Angeles. The 2-day long event offered the newest and most fashionable in baby clothing, fashion accessories and beauty along with couture dog fashions and pampering. In addition, the event benefited the Make A Wish Foundation.
Attendees who enjoyed Romy & Jaccob product include Eva LaRue (CSI Miami), Henri Lubatti (Sleeper Cell), Kylie Bax (top model), Ana Ortiz (Ugly Betty), Adrienne Janic (Overhaulin’), Fionna Flanagan (4 Brothers), Illeana Douglas (6 Feet Under), and many others.
The Montreal-born company has been creating quite a buzz with its luxury dog fashions. The company’s steady growth in the past year can be allocated to its visible quality and craftsmanship, offering ultimately the best of the best for pets. The founders are also well known for their devotion and contribution to women in the Montreal fashion district.
Featured in US Weekly, OK Magazine, Elle Magazine, Chocolat Magazine, New York Dog and Hollywood Dog, and many others, this line is now one of the top names in the industry. Mariah Carey’s Jack and Barbary Streisand’s Samantha are just some of the latest celebrities who were offered Romy & Jacob souvenirs when visiting this past year. And now, everyone in Hollywood is requesting their custom pieces.
Founded after the chief designer’s own dog Romy, the line aims at offering ultimate luxury treatment to the pet; clothing and accessories that bring comfort & warmth. The Founder of Romy & Jacob, Lina Asselien and Eva LaRue of CSI Miami 2007 collection brings bathrobes, blankets, heat pads and travel beds - all matching and in an assortment of imported fabrics. Just what the doctor ordered for the traveling pet.
About Romy & Jacob Born in 2004, the Romy & Jacob group has managed to develop beautifully designed dog coats, while keeping the story of community work behind the line. Highly implicated in social and community-action causes, the company is proud to design and manufacture Sweatshop-Free coats and outsource only to agencies involved in job market reinsertion for women.
In 2005, the founder, Ms Lina Asselien, won the Quebec Entrepreneurial Award, outlining her devotion and outreach to her local community through a business. The group has also brought home numerous honorary mentions in Canada for its outstanding local community business outreach programs.
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