Sue Wong Oscar Viewing Soiree Transcends Hollywood’s Greatest Night

The Sue Wong Universe embodies the goddess force which helped to transcend Hollywood's greatest night into magic and grandeur.
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On Hollywood’s greatest night…

elegance and opulence bestowed the Hollywood elite at the alluring Sue Wong Universes’ Academy Awards viewing soiree. An Oscars viewing party like no other, celebrity sightings, fashion and pure decadence unfolded throughout the evening as International Fashion Designer Sue Wong brought to life her first annual Living Canvas of Oscar Night event February 9, 2020 at the Taglyan Cultural Complex in West Hollywood.

Fashion designer Sue Wong on Oscar night 2020.
Sue Wong. Photo by: Camille Sématiski for DGC

A Global Fashion Icon

Ms. Wong is also a passionate humanitarian who cares deeply about her community. The Living Canvas of Oscar Night helped benefit Project Angel Food, a nonprofit that delivers 15,000 nutritious meals each week to those affected by life-threatening illnesses in Los Angeles. Project Angel Food’s CEO Richard Ayoub was honored with the Humanitarian of the Year award, as well as Christine Devine with the Broadcast Icon Award and Nigel Daly with the British Icon Award.

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Christine Devine and musician husband Sean McNabb
Christine Devine and musician husband Sean McNabb.
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“What a night to remember,” said Scott Page, saxophone and rhythm guitarist for Pink Floyd. “The fashion, location, entertainment, and atmosphere brought people together on Oscar night in a way that no one else could. Sue Wong is a host unlike any other!”

Pink Floyd musician Scott Page
Pink Floyd musician Scott Page. Photo by: Camille Sématiski for DGC
Sue Wong couture gowns
A Sue Wong model captures the elegance of the evening in a one-of-a-kind Sue Wong couture gown. Photo by: Camille Sématiski for DGC
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A Sue Wong model reflecting the beauty and excellence of the evening.
Photo by: Camille Sématiski for DGC

After a très chaude retrospective fashion show and an unprecedented live performance by the Shaolin Temple monks, who were accompanied by female drummers, guests then viewed The Academy Awards on two huge screens while feasting on delicious culinary delights. It was a night of sophistication, glamour, music and fashion.  Only the incomparable Sue Wong has the ability and precision to bring forth such an exquisite magical evening.

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Christy was educated in Paris at École des hautes études commerciales de Paris (HEC Paris), an international business school in France and studied film and television at LACC (Los Angeles Community College). She is a business owner, published author and a critically acclaimed independent filmmaker. Her 20 year body of cinema work to date includes 2 feature films, 15 short films and one web series. She is a writer, producer, director, cinematographer, actress and editor. Her headlining film credit includes the vigilante feature film "Barracuda" (Released in 2014 by Maverick Entertainment Group) which earned her critical filmmaker acclaim including 3 Best Picture awards at multiple U.S. film festivals. In 2017, she directed 3 episodes of the post-apocalyptic web series "Vape Warz", which she also wrote and produced. It premiered at the 2017 Mediterranean Film festival Cannes in the south of France and received an Honorable Mention for Best Web Series and is now streaming on Amazon. In 2019, she released her first foreign short film "Perdu à France" ("Lost In Provence")- also streaming on Amazon. She lives in Los Angeles.

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