The SIL x The Beverly Hills Hotel Capsule Collection Dinner
Honoring The Beverly Hills Hotel and Bungalow’s first-ever clothing and accessories capsule line, created by in partnership with five designers featured on the Los Angeles-based e-commerce site The SIL, a sartorially savvy crowd gathered for glamorous dinner.
Designers including Dallas-based Tish Cox, New York’s Molly Moorkamp and Cassandra King Polidori of Austin-based accessories line Cassandra Collections joined guests including Josh Flagg and Punch Hutton to fete the Old Hollywood-inspired collection, spanning lamé caftans, floral-patterned bell sleeve robes, and grosgrain bow earrings accented with pearls. The pieces, which take cues from the hotel’s signature pink-and-green color palette, were unveiled during a two-day trunk show hosted at one of the property’s storied Bungalows, decorated by Meg Noyes of House of Noyes for the occasion.
Soaking up views of the hotel’s illuminated iconic pool, invitees—many of whom donned their fellow designer’s pieces, including King Polidori in a look by Tish Cox—took their seats at a flower-bedecked table and raised a glass to site founder Natalie Bloomingdale, who launched The SIL (which stands for “stuff I like”) in 2017.
The alfresco affair was not only a celebration of fashion, said Bloomingdale, but also one of many deep friendships Bloomingdale cultivated during her career as a publicist over the years. Those relationships led to the creation of site, which champions independent designers from around the world with its curation of exclusive items. Pieces from the capsule collection are available to order through January on The SIL.