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Kellan Lutz Returns To Chateau Nightclub & Gardens To Debut Abbot + Main’s Fall 2012 Collection
Star of “The Twilight Saga” series, Kellan Lutz, will celebrate the debut of the fall 2012 Dylan George and Abbot + Main collections at the Chateau Nightclub & Gardenson Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2012.
Actor, model and entrepreneur Kellan Lutz is celebrating the debut of the Dylan George and Abbot + Main fall 2012 collections at PROJECT, one of the largest retail conventions in the country. In addition to being the face of Dylan George, Lutz teamed up with Dylan George founder, Danny Guez, to design the third collection of women’s and men’s ready-to-wear line, Abbot + Main, a Venice Beach-inspired collection of t-shirts, knitwear and loungewear. Recently expanded to include women’s styles, Abbot + Main is designed to be the perfect complement to Dylan George offerings.
Aside from his successful film career – including such roles as Emmet Cullen in the Twilight series – Lutz is the face of Dylan George and co-designs the Abbot + Main line. With the Dylan George line popular among celebrities such as Anne Hathaway, Cameron Diaz, Ryan Phillippe, Jennifer Lopez, Jessica Alba and Lady Gaga to name a few, it was no surprise that the young actor jumped onboard to help extend the line beyond denim. The Abbot + Main collection for men debuted at Nordstrom in fall 2011, and now the collection has expanded to include women’s loungewear, drapey knits and fashion forward tees for spring 2012.
ABOUT CHATEAU NIGHTCLUB & GARDENS
Chateau Nightclub & Gardens is located at Paris Las Vegas at 3655 Las Vegas Boulevard South, directly above Sugar Factory American Brasserie restaurant and retail store. Spanning more than 45,000 square feet and sprawled across two stories, Chateau features three separate nightlife experiences, including a high-energy nightclub, magnificent Strip-side Chateau Terrace and blossoming Chateau Gardens.
Chateau is open Tuesday, Friday and Saturday nights from 10 p.m. until close. Candy Shop, Chateau’s industry night, offers complimentary admission to locals with ID on Tuesday nights. Local ladies are always free, while general admission is $20 for women and $30 for men, excluding special events. Dress code is strictly enforced.
ABOUT PARIS LAS VEGAS
Paris Las Vegas brings the passion and sophistication of the City of Lights to the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, transporting guests to Europe’s most romantic city. From its dramatic 50-story replica Eiffel Tower to authentic architectural reproductions, Paris Las Vegas features more than 2,900 hotel rooms and suites, 85,000 square-feet of casino space with 1,200 slots and an array of exciting table games, European-inspired boutiques and shops, The Paris Spa by Mandara; a picturesque wedding chapel and the opulent nightlife venue Chateau Nightclub & Gardens. 11 restaurants include a distinctive array of fine cuisine such as Chef Joho’s acclaimed Eiffel Tower Restaurant, Les Artistes Steakhouse and French-bistro Mon Ami Gabi. Beginning March 2012, the award-winning musical Jersey Boys will perform in the 1,477-seat Paris Théâtre. For more information, please visit www.parislasvegas.com or caesars.thedigitalcenter.com to access media materials and request high-resolution images. Find Paris Las Vegas onFacebook and follow on Twitter.
Paris, along with all Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas resorts, including Caesars Palace, Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, Flamingo Las Vegas, Harrah’s, Bally’s, Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, Imperial Palace and Bill’s Gamblin’ Hall & Saloon, proudly prohibit adding hidden resort fees to hotel guest room rates. For information on No Resort Fees visit www.caesars.com/
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