Spotted at Emmy Award Gifting Suites

| September 24, 2012 | Homepage Latest The Latest

Julianne Moore, Claire Danes, and Julia Louis-Dreyfus may have been among the big winners at Sunday’s 64th Primetime Emmy Awards, but no celebrity guest went home empty-handed, thanks to an array of luxury gifting suites operating throughout the weekend. And while lucky guests were given everything from high-end electronics to designer duds to gourmet snacks, many big-name sponsors gave back to the community with charitable donations in honor of the awards. Here’s a roundup of some of the best suites and the top covet-worthy swag the stars took home.

At the 10th Annual HBO Luxury Lounge at the Four Seasons Los Angeles, HBO stars like Boardwalk Empire’s Steve Buscemi, the Dancing with the Stars judges, and cast-members from the hit drama Downton Abbey were offered makeovers and a gift bag bursting with products from L’Oreal Paris. Motorola also generously offered up their newly-released Droid Razr M—a major score for celebrities on the road—while stars like Shawn Johnson, Joanne Froggatt, and Lisa Vanderpump enjoyed chic leather handbags by Brahmin and premium denim by DL1961. For more HBO Luxury Lounge images, click here>>

Stars filming all over the country won’t have to worry about missing their favorite shows thanks to TiVo, who gifted their Premiere 4 DVR with a lifetime service subscription at The Presenters Gift Lounge Backstage at The Nokia Theatre in celebration of The 64th Primetime Emmy Awards. Attendees like James Van Der Beek, Matthew Perry, and Glenn Close also scored New Balance Minimus 1010 sneakers and a gift certificate for six 40-minute Zerona treatments, while sponsor Bertolli Sauces and Frozen Meals donated to charity for each attendee.

At the GBK Productions Luxury Lounge hosted at the W Hollywood, sponsors donated to an array of charitable causes, including the Somaly Mam organization, a charity aimed at ending sex-trafficking. Meanwhile, A-list attendees like Karina Smirnoff, AnnaLynne McCord, and Brenda Strong were able to take home a pair of Ron Donovan heels, products by Revitalash, and artwork from The Artisan Group.

The early bird got the speakers this year at Doris Bergman’s 3rd Annual Primetime Emmy Style Lounge & Party held September 12 at Cafe La Boheme in West Hollywood. Emmy nominees like Mare Winningham, Dot Marie Jones, and Melissa Peterman took home a pair of Qmadix Q-i-sound Stereo Bluetooth speakers, a wireless speaker set that works up to 33 feet from its paired device. Guests also gave back, donating unwrapped gifts benefiting Wednesday’s Child, a segment on KTTV Fox 11 that highlights children in Los Angeles’ foster care system.