Don’t miss out on our exclusive Red Carpet Show Stopping Boutique at the Legendary Beverly Hills Garden Tour!
This year’s Garden Tour Boutique promises to be a shopping paradise. In our branded boutique located in the Pool Pavilion, Theory, this year’s fashion partner will have their Spring/Summer 2017 collection on display. Come take a spritz from the latest fragrances by Jo Malone or get a quick touch up from one of the Bobbi Brown make-up artists. And best of all experience the exquisite jewels from the Nini Jewels collection. Nini has donated one of her most exquisite jewelry pieces for the this year’s Treasure Hunt, which will take place a 3:00PM on the front lawn, Saturday, May 20th. Ticket’s will be available on the day of Garden Tour for a chance to own this bejeweled elegant piece of jewelry.
On the Tennis Court several of our most popular vendors will be returning for you to stock up on your favorite items, like purses from The Classy Bag Lady, Hats By Louise, jewelry from the Treasured Accessory and the latest fashions from Ted Baker and Moonlight.
This year we have curated a dazzling new array of fashion vendors to tempt and delight our guests. Come sip a wine cocktail from Jardesca Vinyards botanical wine bar – you just want to buy a bottle or two or a dozen.
Check out the paper thin summer cashmeres from 27 Miles to Malibu, the latest footwear from Matisse, the charming array of children’s clothes from Mini Dreamers and the best of the best in designer resell handbags and accessories from Vintage Lux.
Mayfair House, a past room designer and great friend of Virginia Robinson Gardens, will be joining us on the tennis court to dazzle you with the finest dining and home goods accessories.
Not only does Pussy and Pooch of Beverly Hills provide topnotch animal training and food services for your furry friends, but they also carry a full array of chic pet necessities, like the perfect dog sweater or carry bag.
David Leaser, an award winning photographer frequently featured in Architectural Digest will be on the Tennis Court with his stunning botanical micro close ups of exotic plants and flora. Prints will be available in many sizes, perfect for wall groupings, as well as several original works for sale.
Post by Dana Reston Lyons
Friends of Robinson Gardens