*There were celebs, celebs and more celebs at Doris Bergman’s Sixth Annual Emmy Style Lounge & Party, held recently at Fig & Olive in West Hollywood.

Once again they were there to take part in the celebration that included great gifts, great food, great drinks, charitable contributions, fellowship and, of course, lots of fun.

This annual soiree, considered one of the hottest tickets in town, is an invitation-only event.   This year it was hosted by The Auto Gallery and presented by Maserati.

As in previous years, this lavish, laid-back event is presented annually to honor the television industry’s Emmy-nominated actors, former Emmy winners, presenters, stylists and industry VIPS.


$185,000 McLaren

More than 100 celebs lucky enough to be invited – mixed and mingled while vendors showered them with high-end swag that included jewelry, men’s wear, cosmetics, skin and hair care products, watches, spirits, shoes, the Maserati Ghibili and a bespoke, advanced McLaren 570S Coupe (not yet available to the public), plus a gourmet luncheon prepared by Fig & Olive.


Khandi Alexander


Meagan Tandy (Teen Wolf) and WOW representative

Celebs on hand included: Emmy nominees Khandi Alexander (Outstanding Guest Actress, “Scandal”), Selinis Leyva & Catherine Curtin (Outstanding Drama Series “Orange is the New Black”), Damien Whitewood (Reality Competition Series “Dancing With the Stars”), Travis Wall (Reality Competition Series, “So You Think You Can Dance”), Naomi Grossman (Outstanding Mini-Series, “American Horror Story”), Martin Starr (Outstanding Comedy Series “Scandal”).


Kenya Claiborne

Also in attendance was former multiple Emmy winner Doris Roberts (“Everybody Loves Raymond”), former Emmy nominees Dot Marie Jones (“Glee”), Jason Ritter (“Parenthood”), Renee Taylor (“The Nanny”), former Oscar winner & Emmy nominee Shirley Jones, former Oscar nominees Elliott Gould & Eric Roberts, Steven Bauer (“Ray Donovan”), Esai Morales (“The Brink”), Donovan Carter (“Ballers”), comedians Judy Tenuta,  Kevin Farley and Rachel Sterling (“The Pussy Cat Dolls”), plus a host of industry VIPS.


Yvonne Jiann and Jennifer Rodriguez of Twistii

Gifts and services were provided by: NuBra, Personal Touch, The Auto Gallery, Maserati, McLaren, Author Lacretia Palmer (“Billy The Bully”), Color Wow, Arbonne, Dr. Sergio Alvarez, Samiah Fine Clothing,Telic Footwear, My Saint, My Hero, Radar Watches, Twisted Silver, Spongelle, Purse Case (Winner of “Shark Tank”), Josh Cellars Wine, Hint Water, Couture Gowns & Fragrance by Sue Wong, Art Lewin Bespoke Executive Clothiers, Kaya Di Koko, Single Dress, Single Underwear, GUESS, Tekeen, Veved Ice Vodka, Model in a Bottle, My Dog Nose It, Timmy Woods Handbags, Twiistii Hair Accessories, Saavy Natural Soaps, Savannah Hair Therapy, Hattie Bags, Blue Can Water, Clif Bar, Luna Bar, Roadkill Boutique, Author Debbi DiMaggio ( “Contained Beauty,”) and FoxTales®.


Dominique Robinson, MSW,

Officer of Public Affairs, County of Los Angeles

In the spirit of giving back guests & sponsors donated unwrapped gifts for young adults (ages 13-18) for a Pre-Holiday Gift Drive benefitting ‘Wednesday’s Child’ — a weekly segment airing on KTTV FOX 11 News, Los Angeles, with Anchor Christine Devine. ‘Wednesday’s Child’ highlights ‘harder to place’ children in the LA County foster care system who are in need of adoptive families. “In Los Angeles County, alone, there are over 35,000 children receiving child welfare services,” says social worker, Professor  William Wong.  “Gifts and monetary donations to the ‘Wednesday’s Child’ Pre-Holiday Gift Drive has been overwhelming and, most importantly, the event Sponsors and celebrity guests have provided examples to follow —  giving the public permission to embrace our kids.  I believe that people are inherently good and want to do good things.”  Bergman always invites 2 foster children to join in on the festivities and experience what it feels like to be treated as a VIP.  This year, Bergman invited 1 foster child and 1 child that was adopted through the “Wednesday’s Child” program.  “Wednesday’s Child really works!” says Bergman.


Doris Bergman