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Vanity Fair Oscar Party No Longer Held at Sunset Tower

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Vanity Fair Oscar Party No Longer Held at Sunset Tower

The most talked about event of the year, Vanity Fair’s March 2, 2014 party is still considering locations as it will not be held at Sunset Tower, site of the magazine’s glittery Oscar party since 2009.  In a recently revealed news, VF editor Graydon Carter claimed to be looking for outdoor facility in a nearby Sunset Plaza, a West Hollywood parcel boasting sweeping city views similar to those of hotel the publication is leaving behind reports THR. Also the news is confirmed as the Sunset Tower owner Jeff Klein recently informed his staff of Carter’s decision.

The main reason behind the change of the venue is said to be motivated by a desire to accommodate a larger party. According to sources, Vanity Fair’s guest list rises above and beyond 1,000 people. Before Sunset Tower, the party was held at the much larger Morton in West Hollywood. As per the event organizers, this time the eve is set to be a much more intimate affair than in years past.

Ever since the birth of Oscar Party in the year 1994, the grand eve is held at the Sunset Tower. The gathering is widely known for its glossy and popular crowd that embraces the evening each year with full enthusiasm and dedication. Now many claim that it will be held in a soulless parking lot. Even though Sunset Tower is one of the most popular hotels in Los Angeles, no longer it will be a known destination for Vanity Fair event. Although it continues to be the site of CAA’s no press-allowed Golden Globes and Grammy parties.

As of now, no particular location has been decided from the event organizer’s end, but sonly they will come up with something grand for their exclusive set of crowd.

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