— September 6th, 2011 makes the official launch of Urban Sanctuary– the most recent in a long line of innovative projects from L.A.’s leading creative firm- 0Three Media.
Inspired by a combination of the countless “flash sale” websites taking over the internet; Urban Sanctuary will span three days and feature a multitude of interactive demos, displays, activities and entertainment for guests to experience.
Urban Sanctuary is designed to be just what it’s name implies; both an elegant and exclusive meeting place where industry leaders, emerging brands, trendsetting consumers, and the Hollywood elite gather to mix, mingle, sip & shop while raising money for various charitable organizations focused on improving communities & changing lives.
Boasting an elite list of clients + collaborators and offering a truly memorable shopping experience for guests; the members-only shopping club’s sole mission is to create positive change through a unique series of retail events that create, connect, and inspire attendees. At 4pm daily the Urban Sanctuary will be open to consumers as well as L.A. tastemakers who will be offered a sneak peak at this “social media retail revolution.”
They will have unparalleled access to shop luxury and lifestyle brands at a special discounted rate, with a portion of all proceeds going back to the St. Bernard Project, in support of their work to rebuild homes and lives for Hurricane Katrina Survivors in New Orleans.
The September Urban Sanctuary has been specifically tailored to cater to the upscale ‘jetset’ crowd; offering an inside look at the newest offerings from brands that have raised the bar on fashion, technology, leisure and lifestyle products for the trendy traveler. When asked how his concept for Urban Sanctuary was different, 0Three Media founder Thom Vest remarked “I really wanted to create a comfortable and interactive environment where celebrities, media, brands and tastemakers could co-exist while blurring the lines that have confined not only the retail experience but also that of the traditional gifting suite.”