Emmy Rossum and boyfriend Tyler Jacob Moore, Peter Facinelli and girlfriend Jamie Alexander, Priscilla Presley,
Kristin Bauer, and Gilles Marini attended The Onyx & Breezy Foundation’s “Saving Tails” event honoring Grammy and Golden Globe Award-winning songwriter Diane Warren and renowned photographer Christopher Ameruoso for their tireless efforts on behalf of animal welfare. The event took place at the private estate of James Costa where guests dined on all-vegan selections including “meatless meatloaf” and mushroom risotto from “Food By Mother Organic” and peanut butter and jelly ice cream from “Stella’s Best.”
American Idol winner Lee DeWyze and Smash star Leslie Odom, Jr. performed. Ryan Kavanaugh’s newly acquired FreeHand dog food company was a presenting sponsor along with Les Compagnons, Patrón Liquor and Omega Infusion Water. Other attendees included: Neal McDonough, Frances Fisher, Sam Elliott, Katharine Ross, Ken Howard, Greg Louganis and Ronn Moss.
Guests were asked to remove shoes at the vegan event. Emmy Rossum was excited about her new Jimmy Choo heels and was sad when she had to remove them before going inside the event. She loved her TopShop look and is really excited about the brand opening a store in Los Angeles. Rossum and boyfriend Tyler Jacob Moore were seen holding hands and
laughing at Instagram photos of Coachella, saying how happy they were to not be there. When asked if Rossum was sad to not be at Coachella she said, “Oh God no!”
Jamie Alexander and Peter Facinelli left the event early to tend to Alexander’s newly adopted dog who was sick at home. They refused car service opted to take shuttles with other guests.
Gilles Marini and Lee DeWyze were seen passing out Stella’s Best vegan ice cream to crowds who hovered over the delectable bites.
About: The Onyx and Breezy Foundation for the Welfare of Animals is a non profit 501(c)(3) that provides financial support to credible organizations and individuals that benefit the welfare of animals. 100% of donations to the Foundation go directly to animals in need. The Foundation provides assistance in a variety of ways: funding of equipment for medical facilities, spay and neuter programs, disaster relief, puppy mill rescues, food, medicine and supplies, funding of shelters, rescues, foster groups and sanctuaries. The Foundation also provides funds for the pets of individuals where hardship is present.