Countless VIP guests were in attendance, including Kate Beckinsale, Rita Ora, Kristen Stewart and Ryan Phillippe. The private event also featured a one-of-a-kind Old Fashioned Kissing Booth, provided by Step and Repeat LA.
The booth, which is currently available to rent, is constructed of wood and features hand-painted lettering and sleek black-and-white lines by artist George Collins, owner of Collins Visual Media, which happens to be the sister company of Step and Repeat LA.
Mr. Collins has been creating hand-painted signage since he was a boy growing up in Kansas, where he was the proud owner of his first-ever business called Georges Sign Shop. From there, the ambitious youngster took his vision to Los Angeles, where he eventually started Collins Visual Media, or better known to his clients simply as CVM.
CVM has been creating customized signage, hero props, and impressive large-format seamless prints for the film and television industry for over 40 years, with state-of-the-art equipment capable of printing up to 16 in height and 150 in length!
In 2010, Collins daughter, understanding the growing demand of step and repeat backdrops, embarked on her own journey to create the company known today as Step and Repeat LA.
About Step and Repeat LA
Independently owned and operated just outside of Burbank, Step and Repeat LA is a one-stop-shop red carpet event company that has been providing Media Walls, backdrops and everything VIP for some of the biggest events in Los Angeles. Services include top-notch sales executives to handle every detail, a cutting-edge design team that creates custom-designed layouts, as well as in-house printing, production, and quality check not to mention a 24 hour turnaround capability!
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