Villa AH hosts Avi Lerner’s Millenium studio and Artists for Peace & Justice

Villa AH, Cannes


It was a busy week at Villa AH. After a pyjama party in honor of Emily Ratajkowski and the visit of Elizabeth Olsen and Andreja Pejic this weekend, Axel Huynh opened the doors of his Croisette heaven to new encounters and emotions. Earlier, he invited representatives of the American studio Millenium to celebrate its 25th anniversary with its founder, producer Avi Lerner, who came to present the film “Hellboy” featuring actor David Harbour. It was the opportunity to let our friends from across the Atlantic taste the French Riviera lifestyle as the tropical Lemon Lemon terrace’s lemon trees protected guests from the hot Southern sun. Villa AH also supported a good cause with an elegant cocktail evening dedicated to the Artists for Peace & Justice association. Co-hosted by Leopoldine Huyghues Despointes and actor Jimmy Jean-Louis, the magic worked on the red carpet with a crowd of guests all dressed to the nines (who all came thanks to the official fleet of Citroën E-Mehari). The evening was organized in support of association which helps communities in difficulty in Haiti through education, health and artistic expression programs. At sunset, all shed light on the importance of solidarity with a slogan: “help us do more.”

Photos: Say Who
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