Los Angeles is a city known for its abundant creativity and aesthetics, characteristics which exude from both its people as well as its buildings; and unsurprisingly, Beverly Hills is no exception.
It’s important to note that each enclave of L.A. has its own visual panache: whereas Hollywood is patented with street art and a lack of uniformity in the best possible way, the structures of Beverly Hills contain highly thought-out detailing – sometimes with a vintage feel, sometimes a more modern take.
Our wonderful and glamorous friends at Angeleno Magazine, who truly epitomize the concept of “modern luxury,” kindly invited us to their client’s release party in Beverly Hills, and upon being greeted by the line of valet, it was quickly apparent that Beverly Hills car dealerships are no exception to the aesthetic rule.
The Beverly Hills Porsche dealership is truly striking on its own, even without the models, cocktails, and expansive cupcake setups. However, with the trendy addition of the aforementioned cocktails and models, the two stories and appropriately massive garage space that make up the dealership successfully omitted great vibes for their 911 debut party Thursday night.
The event, which was originally planned as an outdoor event for a few hundred, quickly transformed into something much grander as the weather and RSVPs rained in. Ultimately, Angeleno and Porsche garnered a couple thousand South County car connoisseurs, all of whom were anxious to see the new charcoal addition to the Porsche 911 lineup.
And once the covers came off, connoisseurs and novices alike swarmed the new Porsche 911 to explore all of it’s newly fashioned features. The event and the car launch, both a complete success.