Out on the Town: Designer Karaoke at Marc Phillips

On December 14, Marc Phillips and California Home+Design hosted a fun-filled night of Designer Karaoke to benefit SIA Projects. Designers from all over L.A. came out to show off their musical talents and dynamic dance moves in celebration of the holiday season. 

Bradley Bayou

Mark Cutler

Gulla Jonsdottir, Ginna Christensen, Ron Woodson

Gulla Jonsdottir, Ginna Christensen, Ron Woodson

Photographer Gray Malin, Brandon Quattrone and Mat Sanders of Consort Design and Ron Woodson and Jaime Rummerfield of Woodson & Rummerfield's House of Design, served as the panel of judges for the evening, watching for the best choreography, best overall performance and more. Guests enjoyed a feast of authentic Persian cuisine while kicking back in a lounge curated by Ryan Saghian using pieces from Showroom.

Panel of judges; Gray Malin, Brandon Quattrone, Mat Sanders, Ron Woodson, Jaime Rummerfield

California Home+Design's Editorial Director Lindsey Shook kicked-off the evening with a cover of "All I Want for Christmas" by Mariah Carey. 

Lindsey Shook, Brooke Gardner, Ginna Christensen

Brandon Quattrone brought vibrancy to the stage with a cover of "I Want it that Way" by the Backstreet Boys. 

Brandon Quattrone

Mat Sanders followed with an epic performance of "New York, New York" by Frank Sinatra. 

Mat Sanders

Orli Ben-Dor brought soul to the showroom with her version of "Son of a Preacher Man" by Dusty Springfield. 

Orli Ben-Dor

Owner of Marc Phillips, Bobby Partial, got the crowed hyped with a rhyme by the Beastie Boys. 

Bobby Partial

Jaime Rummerfield enhanced her performance with a costume that paid tribute to Stevie Wonder. 

Jaime Rummerfield performs as Stevie Wonder

Photographer Gray Malin stole the show with his performance of "Party in the U.S.A." by Miley Cyrus. 

Gray Malin as Miley Cyrus

Consort Design integrated a Marc Phillips rug into their beautiful cover of "A Whole New World" from the movie Aladdin

Designer Brooke Gardner brought real dance moves to the stage. 

The angelic Patrick Dragonette sang a beautiful Christmas song, brining tears to the eyes of all guests. 

Patrick Dragonette

 

Delta Wright ended the show with a big performance of "Fall to Pieces" by Patsy Cline. 

Delta Wright

 

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