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DiCapirio, Bloom, Others, Contribute To Successful Gorgeous and Green

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leobloom.jpgLast night, San Francisco was treated to a spectacular event sponsored by Global Green USA called ‘Gorgeous and Green’. In attendance were stars such as Leonardo DiCaprio, Salma Hayek, Orlando Bloom, and Mia Maestro. ‘Razzi reader, Christine, from World Changing–San Francisco managed to score the tickets we blogged about a few days ago. Check out below for her impressions and some photos of the event! (We’re thinking camera phone on these. If you would like some larger shots, head over to Just Jared!)

1. There was a silent auction, with tables like these along both long sides of the events room. This picture shows a bamboo side table from Berkeley Mills and a Comet skateboard. Above each auction table was shelves of candles, very pretty!

2. In a side room, there was a special “Ecofabulous Design Space” and this freestanding fireplace was GORGEOUS…and warm! Orlando Bloom came down from the VIP lounge, and bought one from the designer who was standing next to it (and I missed it!!).

3. This is the upper VIP lounge. This fuzzy picture shows the beautiful (really beautiful) Salma Hayek, who introduced Matt Petersen, the President of Global Green.

Thanks, Christine!!

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