April 12, 2016 user

The 34th Annual Fred & Adele Astaire Awards Was Honored With A Champagne Reception Hosted By Designer Romona Keveža



International Fashion designer Romona Keveža hosted an Exclusive VIP Champagne Reception in honor of the 34th Annual Fred & Adele Astaire Awards in her iconic New York Penthouse Flagship at One Rockefeller Plaza on Tuesday, March 29th, 2016. Keveža presented her Spring 2016 collection which included red carpet classics favorited by celebrities such as Angelina Jolie, Ariana Grande and Kate Beckinsale.

The Fred & Adele Astaire Awards recognizes outstanding achievements in dance on Broadway and in film at their annual gala, which this year takes place on Monday May 16th, 2016.

Attendees at the event included: Romona Keveža, Patricia Watt, Jean Shafiroff, Pamela Morgan, Suzan Kremer, Consuelo Vanderbilt, Sean Young, Judith Regan, Sara Johnson, Wilhelmina Frankfurt, Ruth Brenner, Scarlett Pildes, Anne Akers and Sharon Marantz.

The guests, while enjoying champagne and caviar, were invited to meet the designer Romona Keveža, while also given the chance to learn about the Fred & Adele Astaire Awards and their collaboration with The Douglas Watt Family Fund for the Performing Arts, which provides Dance and Movement Therapy for autistic and disabled children in New York City. Patricia Watt, President of the Astaire Awards, held a thank you speech to guests and host Romona Keveža an hour into the event. The cocktail reception, which was attended by around 50 notable New Yorkers, came to a close at 8:00pm.

About the Astaire Awards:

The Fred & Adele Astaire Awards were established in 1982 to recognize outstanding achievement in dance on Broadway and in film. The annual awards were established with the cooperation of Fred Astaire to also honor his sister Adele, who starred with her brother in ten Broadway musicals between 1917 and 1931. The Fred & Adele Awards remain the gold standard for excellence in dance and choreography on Broadway and film.  Since 1982, additional awards have been added, including the award for best choreography in film, the lifetime achievement award, and a unique award determined annually for exceptional contribution to the field. 

For more information on the Astaire Awards, visit www.theastaireawards.org/

About Romona Keveža:

In 1999 the bridal industry welcomed New York based designer Romona Keveža with the launch of her signature line, Romona Keveža Collection Bridal. Keveža’s passion for creating incredible dresses that turn women into exquisite brides has won her an international array of dedicated clients including celebrities, heiresses and royalty.

In 2005, Keveža introduced LEGENDS Romona Keveža, a classic bridal collection inspired by legendary fashion icons such as Grace Kelly, Jacqueline Kennedy and Audrey Hepburn. The collection is timeless and places an emphasis on femininity, sophisticated detail and luxurious fabrications. 

In 2009, a decade after starting her company, Romona Keveža launched Romona Keveža Collection. Keveža was immediately embraced and celebrated on global red carpets from Hollywood to Cannes. She soon became a star in her own right dressing some of the world’s most beautiful women including:  Angelina Jolie, Kate Hudson, Taylor Swift, Sofia Vergara, Jennifer Hudson, Kendall Jenner, Arianna Grande, Oprah Winfrey and many more.

Ms. Keveža opened her Penthouse Atelier and Flagship at One Rockefeller Plaza in 2014. 

The Romona Keveža brand is available internationally at over 170 luxury retailers including: Neiman Marcus, Browns London and Vakko.

For more information on Romona Keveža, visit www.romonakeveza.com

Pamela Morgan, Sara Johnson, Suzan Kremer, Consuelo Vanderbilt

Pamela Morgan, Sara Johnson, Suzan Kremer, Consuelo Vanderbilt


Model, Paola Bacchini

Model, Paola Bacchini


Jean Shafiroff, Sara Johnson

Jean Shafiroff, Sara Johnson


Robert Lujan, Romona Keveža, Sean Young2

Robert Lujan, Romona Keveža, Sean Young

Photos Credit: Astaire Awards




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