Femme It Forward‘s Inaugural High Tea Party in West Hollywood emerged as a highlight of the Grammy weekend.
Hosted by Femme It Forward President & CEO Heather Lowery, the event unfolded with breathtaking views, engaging activations, and an ideal ambiance on Friday, February 2nd, at a private estate in West Hollywood.
This gathering brought together prominent artists, visionaries, executives, and tastemakers to pay tribute to Coco Jones, Summer Walker, and Halle Bailey for their outstanding achievements in the entertainment industry.
Celebrities such as Rapsody, Baby Tate, Kyla Pratt, Tierra Whack, Maeta, and more graced the occasion. Attendees were treated to a multi-sensory culinary and cocktail experience, an upscale tea bar, and immersive activations.
The entertainment lineup featured acclaimed DJs Uncle Waffles and DJ Rosegold and a quartet performance dedicated to the nominated songs of honorees Halle Bailey, Coco Jones, and Summer Walker. The all-Black synchronized swimmers of The Black Swans added a captivating element with a choreographed routine set to the tunes of each artist.
Activations included an art experience curated by Mashonda Tifrere’s ArtLeadHer in collaboration with Auttrianna Projects and UNREPD, showcasing artists like Maya Seas, Megan Lewis, Chantel Walkes, Leah King, and Cortney Herron, empowered by Live Nation Women. Guests also indulged in luxurious cocktails featuring CÎROC’s innovative new flavor, CÎROC Limonata, which made its exclusive debut at the event.
This inaugural Grammy event marked a historic moment for the multi-format music and entertainment company dedicated to celebrating, educating, mentoring, and empowering female visionaries.