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Roman Media Inc. Announces Their 4th Annual Red Carpet and Fashion Show Event in Hollywood

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(Hollywood, CA) - February 22, 2018. Roman Media Inc. announces their 4th Annual Red Carpet and Fashion Show Event in Hollywood to be held at Paloma Hollywood, on Monday February 26th. The event is a celebration of Women and Diversity in Film.

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26th, 2018
From 8:00pm to 1:00am
8:00pmArrivals
8:00pm: Red Carpet & Media Interviews
10:00pmFashion Show by celebrity designer Shekhar Rahate
11:00pm: Entertainment until 1:00am.


This much anticipated Hollywood upscale event showcases influential players of the film and entertainment industries; entrepreneurs, celebrities, Academy Awards nominees, decision-makers and award-winning filmmakers. The perfect venue to celebrate the Awards season and network with the movers and shakers of the Hollywood entertainment scene. Talent and notable guests confirmed so far include Oscar® nominated producer Douglas Urbanski (The Darkest Hour), the Oscar® nominated team of The Silent Child: Rachel Shenton (actress, writer), Chris Overton (director), Rebecca Harris (producer) and Michelle Romano (actress, producer, director of Blood Bride and CEO of Roman Media Inc.)

Other guests include: Judd Nelson (actor, The Breakfast Club), Leslie Zemeckis (documentary director), Sofia Milos (actress, CSI: Miami), Bai Ling (actress, The Key), Robert Catrini (actor), Jennifer Jostyn (actress, House of 1000 Corpses), Massi Furlan (actor), Kika MagalhΓ£es (actress,The Eyes of My Mother), Patricia Chica (Latina Canadian award-winning filmmaker), Luciana Faulhaber (Latina actress, director of Don’t Look), Tonya Kay (actress, The Amityville Terror), Jennifer Lynn Warren (actress, American Horror Story), Sarah French (actress, My Uncle John is a Zombie), Jaqueline Fleming (actress, The Quad), Aylam Orian (actor,Stargate Origins), Tracey Bregman (actress, The Young and the Restless), Deborah Zara Kobylt (CNN, Access Hollywood Host), Sarati (music video star of River by Eminem), Alice Amter (actress, The Big Bang Theory), and many many more.
“We are championing Women in Film and Diversity in Entertainment. Our goal is to celebrate with the Los Angeles film community and create an environment where filmmakers, producers, decision makers, and actors can network, discover new opportunities to grow, and continue to make more meaningful films,” says Michelle Romano, actress, producer and CEO of Roman Media Inc..

Guests will enjoy an exclusive Haute Couture Fashion Show by award-winning, celebrity designer Shekhar Rahate. He is showcasing his newest collection of luxurious gowns and elegant dresses designed exclusively for this year's Oscars® red carpet events.



In the last three years, hundreds of industry guests attended the Roman Media’s Red Carpet events in Hollywood. With such an incredible turn out, Roman Media Inc. joined ventures with a much exclusive venue, Paloma Hollywood, and a list of elite sponsors including: Ellie™ Hand Picked Stylish Activewear, Dream Hair LA, Cam Visuals, Oni Productions, Mary’s Cake Design, MikMeals, Romulo Canizales, You are Simply Stunning Make-up Team, Chann Creative, andChicArt Public Relations.

PALOMA HOLLYWOOD

Dress Code: Cocktail Attire/Black Tie Optional, 21+
TICKETS:
 For more information and updates, please visit the event pages:



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