Friday, September 20, 2013

Retro Wednesday Sunset Happy Hour at NYC Hotspot XVI Hosted By Jessica Rich

Karen Gravano & Sibrena Stowe De Fernandez

Bob Borneman, Joyce Bornemn, Keith Collins & Jana "AJ" Mattioli

Jessica Rich & Keith Collins
Jessica Rich

Retro Wednesday Celebrity Sunset Happy Hour at New York City’s trendy rooftop XVI was hosted this past week Actress & Television Host Jessica Rich with co-hosts actor Keith Collins & Celebrity Photographer/Legendary Studio 54 DJ Steve Mack. An oasis in the sky this sunset event has the industry buzzing seen mingling in the crowd were; Dr. Georgina Rose, Karen Gravano of 'Mob Wives' and author of New York Times Best Seller 'Mob Daughter', Film Producers Bob & Joyce Borneman, Filmmaker/Director Jana “AJ” Mattioli, Alisa Maria, celebrity fashion stylist and designer, Reality mavens Dollar Shoppers, Dejruné and Milan, Mikey Knuckles of Fuse TV's 'G-Thing' , model Demetria Cazz, Alexsi Geraldino, retired NFL football Champion in the European Division in Austria and Germany, Celebrity Publicist and journalist, Sibrena Stowe de Fernandez, Wailani Ellis owner of Pink Blush Hair and Celebrity Publicist Natasha Roberts. At the upcoming HBO/BET's Urban Film Festival on Sept 20, you can catch more of Jessica Rich who will debut in a supporting role in the film, 'An American in Hollywood.' And you can catch her live in Los Angeles since she hosts her very own talk show on LA's KILM called, 'Jessica Rich Live' shown in LA, Las Vegas, Dallas and Miami. Or viewers can watch on
When acting she's had the opportunity to work with the film industry's best and gained great experience. Jessica says, "People say I'm a natural actress but I feel it's all about being confident in yourself to be able to pull off whatever you need to do in life. Knowing who you are is most important in this business."
Additionally, Rich can be seen in theaters now in film, 'Laughing 2 the Bank' and expect to see more of this amazingly talented actress and designer who has a collection for confident sexy and bold women.

photo credit steve mack