The Official MAXIM Halloween Party, produced by Karma International, took place on Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017 at Los Angeles Center Studios.
Over 2,000 people showed up to the party downtown including celebs such as Lamar Odom, Peta Murgatroyd, Joanna Krupa, “Botched” star Dr. Paul Nasif, EJ Johnson, James Kennedy and Maksim Chmerkovskiy.
“Bachelor in Paradise” stars Corinne Olympios and DeMario Jackson attended the party together once again sparking dating rumors. Corinne was dressed as a space girl, while DeMario went as a biker. Actress Nicky Whelan dressed as “The Fifth Element‘s” Leeloo, Tara Reid showed up as sexy devil and Aubrey O’Day arrived as a gypsy.
Lucky attendees that joined us experienced a trip into Maxim’s rendition of an alien invasion. With multiple themed vignettes, hair-raising, haunted theme decor perfectly placed by Hollywood’s best production designers, and scare actors exciting partygoers at every turn. Like always, MAXIM and Karma International worked seamlessly to bring back their unparalleled level of experiential production, immersive lighting and riveting sound.
PURE’s world-renowned models and other A-List celebrities attended, making this Halloween the sexiest event of the year. Event-goers stayed hydrated at the event with CORE Water, the smooth taste of Provincial Vodka, and the beer of imperial quality courtesy of Tsingtao. Morning Recovery was provided for guests to boost their body’s natural response to alcohol, preventing hangovers the following day. Kandyshop Bikinis custom-made all of MAXIM’s bottle service girls, hosts and models into elaborately themed characters, while The Gypsy Shrine put a sparkle into the design with their glitter and jewel-oriented looks. BellaDonna Sweets provided premium desserts for the third year in a row, giving guests sweet treats to nosh on throughout the duration of the event.
Inside the party, guests were treated to beats by DJ Drew, a Prince tribute show, world-class magicians, a fashion show by the Black Tape Project and a lively perfoamceb by Jason Derulo. The singer arrived on the red carpet as himself, but then changed into his costume of the Night King from “Game of Thrones.”