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Oscars: Suite Rewards Where Hollywood Gets Styled, Gifted and Glammed

Here’s where Hollywood’s VIPs will be getting royally primped and red-carpet-ready.


Roger Neal’s Style Hollywood 19th Annual Beauty and Couture Academy Award Suite
When: Feb. 18-20, 9:30 a.m.-7 p.m.
Where: Luxe Rodeo Drive Hotel, Rodeo Drive penthouse
Posh perks: Over 200 stars and several nominees stop by to be beautified with eyelashes, manis, massages and Tanique tans, while perusing glamorous fashions. VIPs could leave with a couture gown from Rhonda Shear’s debut Oscar collection, a Madeline Beth clutch and a gift bag valued at $23k — plus the joy of helping orphans through charity partner Hollygrove.


Vanity Fair, Lancôme and Clarisonic Makeup Artist Spa Day
When: 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Where: Ciel Spa at the SLS Hotel
Posh Perks: An intimate afternoon spa day and beauty sesh with Vanity Fair beauty director SunHee Grinnell and some of the industry’s top makeup artists. Guests will score treats from Lancome and Clarisonic, and will help support St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

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Charmaine Blake Ultra Gold Oscar Gifting Suite
When: 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Where: Mondrian Los Angeles
Posh perks: Suite-goers will get in the Oscar spirit with celebratory gowns, jewelry, shoes and gift certificates.

Studio 3 Hollywood’s Salve Naturals Luxury Organic Skincare Line Pre-Oscar Mini Retreat

When: 11 a.m.-6 p.m.

Where: A private suite in Beverly Hills

Posh perks: VIPs (including Oscar presenters and celebs) will get to experience the latest from the luxury skincare line while supporting three charities, and will leave with a gift bag of high-end products to help prep for the big night.

Stylelab Jewelry Preview
When: Feb. 19-20, 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Where: A luxury location in Beverly Hills, to be disclosed upon RSVP
Posh perks: Academy Award nominees and presenters will get bejeweled with one-of-a-kind bling, like extravagant earrings and rare-colored gemstones, from coveted brands like Elyse Fine Jewelers, John Ford, Kallati and Susan Eisen — plus style expert Michael O’Connor will be on hand, to help pick out the perfect Oscar piece.

Kari Feinstein’s Oscar Style Lounge: Presented by Painted Woman by Kameco
When: Feb. 19-20, 12-6 p.m.
Where: Andaz West Hollywood
Posh perks: Beautification by Kelley Baker Brows and Painted Woman by Kameco; travel excursions from The Mulia, Mulia Resort & Villas in Bali and Visit Tri-Valley wineries; and an array of goodies from BCE fine jewelry, Chariot Travelware, Ultimate Ears speakers and more.

Piper-Heidsieck Champagne Suite
When: Feb. 19-21, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
Where: Palihouse
Posh perks: The historic French house and official champagne of the Oscars is hosting tastings for guests at the Piper-Heidsieck suite of the chic WeHo hotel. Booked cars can escort guests to these 30- to 90-minute tastings, where Champagne lovers can sample the varieties alongside Piper-Heidsieck CEO Cecile Bonnefond and Hill Valley CEO Eric Nebot.

11th Annual TMG Beauty & Style Destination Pre-Oscar Lounge
When: Feb. 19-21, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Where: The Penthouse Suites at the Beverly Hilton Hotel
Posh perks: Get Oscar-ready with beauty treatments such as facials from Matis Paris and Academie Paris Skin Care, manicures by OPI and brow services from SHAPES Brow Bar — then leave with special gifts like Onirikka Jewelry, Exofab iPhone cases and more.


Secret Room Events Beauty Bar & Luxury Lounge
When: 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
Where: Private location
Posh perks: Enjoy drinks and eats by Wolfgang Puck while getting pampered with spa, beauty, massage and hair services by Toni&Guy — and while you pore over hip swimsuits, diamond jewelry and other lavish offerings. This clandestine lounge’s exotic travel packages to places like Thailand and Budapest, and fantasy cruises to Tahiti and the Caribbean, are always a big draw.

GBK’s Pre-Oscar Awards Celebrity Gifting Suite
When: Feb. 20-21, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Where: A chic Beverly Hills location
Posh perks: Enjoy a beverage and score electronics, beauty goods, Waikiki vacation packages and more, courtesy of sponsor Stop-Attack app.


Debbie Durkin’s EcoLuxe Oscars Style Lounge
When: 10 a.m.-7 p.m. lounge; 8-11 p.m. party
Where: The Stardust Penthouse at the Beverly Hilton Hotel
Posh perks: After a blow dry, organic spray tan and makeup touchups by OC Hair & Makeup, this lounge presented by Choices Recovery — which is also gifting glamping vacas — will turn into a bustling Salute to the Oscars party, with open bar, DJ, screenings and gift bags.

WOW Creations’ Celebrity Gifting Suite
When: Feb. 21, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Where: Luxe Rodeo Drive Hotel penthouse
Posh perks: Over 150 celebrity guests (ranging from Oscar nominees to TV stars to famed athletes) will snack on Popchips and Indiana Popcorn while sipping bourbon and tequila drinks and checking out the goods: Radar watches, Rosalinde Blake candles, artwork by Sonya Paz, escapes to the Dominican Republic and more.

The Official Hospitality Suites at the 2015 Film Independent Spirit Awards
Where: Backstage at the Film Independent Spirit Awards
Posh perks:In the Admirals Club Lounge, American Airlines will simulate a flight experience, while Piaget drapes celebs in jewels from its sultry piano lounge.

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