PRN: Pretty Ballerinas Hosts Exclusive Dinner To Celebrate Its Beverly Hills And Much Anticipated Santa Monica Location

Pretty Ballerinas Hosts Exclusive Dinner To Celebrate Its Beverly Hills And Much Anticipated Santa Monica Location

[18-April-2012]
LOS ANGELES, April 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Last night, David Bell, creator of Pretty Ballerinas hosted an intimate dinner at Chateau Marmont in Beverly Hills to celebrate its Beverly Hills location and its latest Santa Monica location. The Santa Monica store will be located at 1304 Montana Avenue.

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This iconic brand is already a favorite among stylists and celebrities such as Claudia Schiffer, Angelina Jolie and Kate Moss. “Additional store locations will make the brand even more accessible to Hollywood and consumers alike,” explains Tracy Paul, CEO of Tracy Paul & Company, Inc.

Pretty Ballerinas has been making the finest fashion-forward ballerinas since 1918. Their products are still hand-made on the Mediterranean island of Menorca. The Santa Monica store is the newest addition to its growing roster of retail locations. The first West Coast store opened last summer in Beverly Hills, preceded by the Madison Avenue store in New York. A second New York store on Madison Ave and 67th Street has just launched as well while David Bell sets his sights on San Francisco and Chicago next.

For more information about Pretty Ballerinas, visit www.prettyballerinas.us.

CONTACT:
Tracy Paul
Tracy Paul & Company, Inc.
212.741.5459
tracy

SOURCE Pretty Ballerinas

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