It was an Independence Day extravaganza at Nobu Malibu as Revolve and h.wood Group kicked off 'Red, White & Bootsy' to celebrate freedom.
Stars came out to play by the dozens, and Nobu Malibu returned to the forefront of the hospitality scene with a splash.
One of the finest restaurant and hotel brands in the world, Nobu played home to the evening's fun, fashion and delights - bringing everyone together for the summer kickoff event of the season.
Red, White & Bootsy
It all kicked off Monday July 4 at Nobu Malibu.
With Revolve's team and John Terzian and Brian Toll of h.wood hosting, it was a star-studded event filled with delicious sips, star power and wonderful music.
Stars who came out to play included:
- Kevin Hart
- Timothee Chalamet
- Tobey Maguire
- Leonardi DiCaprio
- Jamie Foxx
- Russell Simmons
- Deandre Jordan
- Austin Mahone
- Tessa Brooks
- Montana Tucker
- James Charlies
- plus many more.
Celebrity DJs like Zack Bia, Tay James, Devin Lucien, and Fred Matters kept the dance floor hot while guests enjoyed specialty sips by Sunny Vodka, Gran Coramino Tequila, Anheuser Busch, and beverages by Caliwater, BLK Water and Redbull.
Highlights of the evening included Hart jumping on stage, grabbing the microphone from YG and announcing his birthday before dancing with his wife who was also in attendance and chatting with Ne-Yo.
Around 8, Tyga and YG took the stage, performing "Taste”, "Rack City", "Tooted It & Boot It”, “Ayy Macarena," along with the new song “Run."
Fashion was also in attendance as hit design brand Revolve hosted the evening. h.wood and Revolve are known for throwing some seriously fun bashes, and this was a return to pre-pandemic superstardom for the dream team-up.
The pair hit the ground running again for the first time post-pandemic back in February, hosting a mega-bash for the Superbowl, bringing together stars like Justin Bieber, DJ Marshmello and more as they reclaimed the night after almost 2 years of muted celebrations thanks to the pandemic.
Founded in Los Angeles in 2003 by co-CEOs Michael Mente and Mike Karanikolas, Revolve is considered the next-generation stop for Millennial and Gen Z fashionistas, functioning as a trustworthy lifestyle brand that embraces discovery.
The company offers a vast variety of options for customers to choose from (around 45K pieces) but each one is carefully curated and picked to encourage self-expression and wonder.