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*UPDATED* Billionaire Girls Club for Love & Labels Shop & Sip for Good Soiree

Sandra Florent
Solo Dove Public Relations

Billionaire Girls Club for Love & Labels
Shop & Sip for Good Soiree

Atlanta, GA,  — “Fashion’s Night Out” is back! For the third year in a row, VOGUE, the Council of Fashion Designers of America, and NYC & Company will team up to bring you one of the biggest shopping nights of the year. On September 8th, fashionista’s across the globe will mix and mingle amongst celebrities and designers, and take part in after-hours shopping and exclusive events. Celebrity designer and philanthropist, Victoria Paul, will participate in this years fashion festivities with Love & Labels Shop & Sip for Good Soiree, a celebratory pop-up shop tour that will take place later in July and conclude in September.

Lavish boutique venues in New York, Los Angeles, and Atlanta will hold host to women as they shop, sip, and tweet (#rockbgc) with fellow Billionaire Girls Club supporters who love their labels.

BGC for Love & Labels will hold its first pop-up shop in New York at the Honey Lounge, 243 West 14th Street, on Friday, July 29th from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. and Friday, August 5th from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.

The three month tour will conclude with the launch of the newest Love & Labels collection “Lipstick Jungle” on Thursday, September 8, 2011, at this years Fashion’s Night Out.


Shop & Sip for Good Soiree tour dates include:

7/29: New York, NY @ Honey Lounge NYC, 6-11 p.m. 
7/30: Brooklyn, NY @ The Wagon Boutique , 4-8, p.m. 
8/5: New York, NY @ Honey Lounge NYC, 6-11 p.m. 

* Further dates and locations will be announced.

For more information on how you can participate, please visit: and email us directly.

About Billionaire Girls Club and Love & Labels:

Billionaire Girls Club was founded by stylist, Victoria Paul, in Long Island, NY  in April 2006, as a knitwear and vintage tee clothing company. Love & Labels was later introduced to offer contemporary and couture closet staples to carry consumers from season to season. Think….the grunge, grime and glamour from 90s fashion brought back with vengeance. L & L’s faux-fur coats, battered boots, and shredded explicit T-Shirts have a more sophisticated edge. BGC for Love & Labels apparel can best be described as a modern lifestyle brand for the new generation. relaunches as a new interactive website where beauty & glamour meet social responsibility

***MEDIA ALERT*** relaunches as a new interactive website where beauty & glamour meet social responsibility

Who:, now, is a new concept in websites that not only focuses on fashion and entertainment but more importantly promotes awareness of the pressing social issues of America. Created by Filmmaker and Human Activist Jacquelyn with hosts Celebrity Hairstylist George Ortiz, Supermodel Hall of Fame Founder Linda Morand, and Beauty Director David Frank Ray is one of the newest and unique destinations on the web for fashionistas with a social conscience.

 What: Launch of a brand new site that offers a behind the scenes look into the celebrity lifestyle as well as promoting awareness of various social issues, charity events, and organizations making a difference.

When: March 14, 2011


EDGEWATER, NEW JERESEY – Dubbed the site for the “Socially Conscious Fashionista” has launched with a media rich site that caters for fashionistas and activists alike. At, the goal is to provide their visitors with a captivating interactive experience in fashion coverage and social awareness. With plenty of rich content already, RBRW continually strive to add more information regularly to update their visitors with the latest coverage of fashion, events, causes and social issues. features sections that cover Fashion, Beauty & Self-Esteem, True Life Stories, Red Carpet Media Events, Celebrity Interviews, Behind the Scenes, Fashion Shows, Charity Events, Music Videos and coming soon will be How to Videos. Additionally, users can watch the full award winning documentary, Not In My Backyard, created by founder Jacquelyn Aluotto, which tackles the issue of domestic abuse in America.

Celebritites recently interviewed by the RBRW team are: Tim Gunn, Sofia Vergara, Gayle King, Jay Alexander, Russel Simmons, Selita Ebanks, Veronica Webb, Wendy Williams, Debra Cox and many more… The social issues and organizations covered on the site range from issues of domestic abuse to the exploitation of women and children. Organizations featured on the site include Strengthen Our Sisters, Redlight Children, Seven Bar Foundation, GMHC, United Cerebral Palsy and more…

In addition to the site’s informative content, the design and interface are developed in a way so as to provide excellent user experience. The topics are well defined and categorized. will be of interest to a wide audience group from students to working adults. is the one website where you can satisfy your fashion craving but also learn how you can make a difference.

About is a website, created by filmmaker and human activist Jacquelyn Aluotto, that offers web savvy, fashion forward viewers, the latest in beauty, entertainment, fashion trends and topics from their favorite celebrities; while promoting awareness of social issues facing abuse victims and survivors, battered women, teens, and children daily. And that is not the end, continually work to add more topics and diversify the website to create a hub for the socially conscious fashionista.


Media Contact:

Sandra Florent

 Solo Dove Public Relations 862-234-9136


I am beyond excited happy, proud to have the new website up. Thank you to everyone involved. You can follow RBRW on twtter at @RBRW or Facebook

Happy Flying,

~Solo Dove~

Client News | Filmmaker and Human Activist Jacquelyn Aluotto D Stripped Magazine Interview

You can read client Filmmaker and Human Activist Jacquelyn Aluotto’s  interview with  D Stripped Magazine.

Thanks to for the feature.

Client interview with D Stripped Magazine

   For additional interview inquiries please email


 ~Solo Dove PR~

Perfect Pitch: Client in the news twice over the weekend

It’s always good to see your client’s name in the paper. When reaching out to media about my non-profit client I have to be very specific on who I reach out to. Well with all my clients I do but with non profits you have to be even more diligent of who you should contact.  Also you have to make sure that you can either add a creative touch to your pitch. What makes it standout? You have  to know your writer and their audience. It’s always best to let the writer know that their audience will appreciate this piece. This past weekend my client made the paper twice  {and thanks to media monitoring I was promptly made aware}

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month so we have to continue building momentum toward the cause and the events that we have to raise money for these shelters.

Here are the articles:

Lastly, though I don’t advocate being a nuisance if you really belive in your clients talent/cause then you have to be persistent. Find a way to get the results you want.

Happy Flying,

~Solo Dove~

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