Scott Lipps’ gallery opening with Diesel proves that rock music never dies
Last night, Diesel and Scott Lipps hosted a fabulous viewing party to celebrate the photo exhibition called, “Rocks Not Dead.” Everyone from rock royalty to young Hollywood to new rappers were in attendance!
Everyone was there to be the first bunch to preview Scott Lipps’ photography exhibition that features photos of Courtney Love, Anthony Kiedis, The Kills, Brandon Boyd, Wild Belle, Cassie, James Goldstein, Keanu Reeves, and Matt Sorum.
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Scott Lipps and Courtney Love
Notable attendees were Courtney Love, Anthony Kiedis, Ross Butler (“Riverdale”), Violet Benson (@daddyissues), Rola, Sevyn Streeter, Randy Jackson, Brandon Boyd, Lil’ Twist, Jessica Serfaty, Lexi Pantera, and so many more.
Aka, it was obviously an amazing turnout and an even more amazing party.
Diesel and Scott Lipps have a long-standing relationship, so it was only natural for the two to pair up for the party of the week. Particularly, Scott love the brands’ commitment to supporting local talent.
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“I am so excited to have partnered with Diesel and Stefano for this event. I have been a friend of the brand for a long time, and love how they are supporting talent. Putting together all the shots of these amazing celebrities has been so incredibly inspiring and seeing the exhibit come to fruition has been fantastic,” says Scott.
Diesel feels that it is important to acknowledge the creative community in LA, so being a part of this collaboration is a no brainer to the brand.
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“Scott has always been a creative talent and Diesel is always looking to support creativity. We are glad to have supported his first exhibition and hope for this to only be the first of many artistic successes for him,” says Stefano Rosso, the CEO of Diesel in North America.
Better yet, a portion of the proceeds of any photography sold from the show will be given to Adopt The Arts charity.
Check out the photos here.