PINNACLIFE’S CEO SELECTS DAVID TUPAZ GOWN TO WEAR AT THIS YEARS’ GRAMMY® AWARDS BEING HELD FEBRUARY 13TH IN LOS ANGELES
CORALVILLE, Iowa, February 11, 2011 – Going from a lab coat to dressing for the Grammy awards is a problem few must face but it is exactly where the CEO of Pinnaclife found herself. “Selecting the perfect dress to wear to meet some of the world’s biggest music stars is a challenge”, said Dr. McCord of Pinnaclife. “Our products are being featured at the event and every detail counts when you attend Music’s Biggest Night”, she continued.
David Tupaz is one of America’s great designers. He got his break in 1999 when director Keiko Ibi received her Oscar in a Tupaz gown. People Magazine selected the gown as “one of the evening’s most memorable gowns.” Mr. Tupaz remains the designer to the stars with a client list that includes some of Hollywood’s power names like William and Liz Shatner, Kris Kardashian, Tonya and Allan Thicke, Scott and Tracy Hamilton, Bai Ling, Etta James, Patti Austin, Cheryl Ladd, Mariel Hemingway, Kelly Le Brock, Christine Baranski, Rain Pryor and legendary actress Jane Wyatt.
Dr. McCord’s Grammy dress is done in black glittered Italian matte jersey with a fitted 3/4 sleeves accented by pieces of bias cut water fall like ruffle effects and embellished by a collage of embroidery and beading. “The dress is inspired from old Hollywood glamour,” said Tupaz.
The Grammy awards celebrate the musical accomplishments of artists in every field and are considered the most important music award show of the year. This years’ event will feature a host of musical performances including Grammy nominees Arcade Fire, Eminem, Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga and Katy Perry.