FENDI CASA, the home design collection for the international luxury House of FENDI, is returning for the third consecutive year to sponsor and dress the Screen Actors Guild Awards Green Room and to honor the charitable work of actors and the Screen Actors Guild Foundation.
"For the third year, we are honored to continue our involvement in the SAG Awards Green Room and to support the inspiring artistic achievements of the SAG foundation," said Raffaella Vignatelli, President of Luxury Living, exclusive retailer for FENDI CASA. "We are pleased to celebrate the recognition of this year's outstanding performances and the unsurpassed standard of charitable, humanitarian and educational efforts of the Foundation."
In the same spirit of the House of FENDI, whose unrivalled age-old craftsmanship and selection of only the finest materials, the home collection is true Italian luxury. Sumptuous materials, creative manufactures and distinctive details that include the double 'F' Logo and the unique Spy Bag fastener characterize FENDI CASA's stylishly customized, contemporary furnishings.
The SAG Awards Green Room offers an elegant, comfortable retreat in which SAG Awards presenters can await their moment on stage and privately review their awards ceremony scripts away from the activity of the SAG Awards showroom. FENDI CASA chose classic neutrals - such as silver, ice grey, mother of pearl, champagne and ice - to adorn the room in an elegant yet understated tone while adding touches of glamour to create a luxurious and refined environment. Guests will be immersed in perfect combinations of simplicity and minimalism of boldness and timeless elegance. A skillful use of printed leathers, rich fabrics, and twisted silk rugs translates into a world of comfort and beauty.
The Screen Actors Guild Foundation develops and maintains programs to assist, educate and inspire SAG-AFTRA members toward their fullest potential in career, life and community. The SAG Foundation provides economic relief and catastrophic health care for union members in distress, including those affected by Superstorm Sandy; video preservation of the creative legacy of performers; and scholarships for union members and their children. The SAG Foundation also operates two award-winning children's literacy programs: BookPALS (Performing Artists for Literacy in Schools), reading to over 60,000 children monthly in classrooms and hospitals nationwide, and Storyline Online, reaching an average of 750,000 global views each month. Additionally, it offers valuable casting seminars and related professional workshops and operates The Actors Center and Don LaFontaine Voice-Over Lab. For details, visit sagfoundation.org.