IT Lounge – Day 2
The air is buzzing, the energy is high and the space is amazing – the IT Lounge is back and better than ever.
After our most successful media day yet (press LOVED lounging in the specially designed vestibules from the Toronto Interior Design Group!), our second day at the IT Lounge was incredible. After a long flight from L.A. to Toronto Paul Haggis stopped by the lounge where he chatted up a storm with the folks at Kobo while learning how to use his eReader. Kathleen Robertson spent some time getting even more gorgeous with the girls at Stila and will look stunning walking the red carpet at tonight’s A Night for Dying Tigers premiere in her 22-karat Victorian earrings from Dagmar.
Tiffany Hines was delighted with her natural lashes from Ardell and at-home waxing kit from Andrea- talk about being close-up ready! Kardinal Offishall loved his stylish ride to the lounge, courtesy of Acura’s VIP Car Service.
Two of the funniest things I’ve seen in while happened at today’s lounge. First, watching New York-based artist Peter Tunney garbed in a Fila ’91 Mesh hoody and pants doing karate chops and kicks throughout the lounge. A close second was watching Toronto FC captain Dwayne De Rosario get styled with the Goody Simple Styles Spin Pins.
Okay I must go. I have to get ready for a night at TORO After Dark at PEARS on the Avenue (after grabbing another slice of Baker Street’s Pecan Pie Cheesecake, of course).
Have a great night and see you around the festival!
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