Monday, October 30, 2017

Kate Hudson
in conversation with Jennifer Meyer

discussing her book, 
Pretty Fun: Creating and Celebrating a Lifetime of Tradition

The Aero Theater
1328 Montana Avenue
Santa Monica, CA 90404

$55 Reserved Section Seat + book*
$45 General Admission + book*
$20 General Admission
* all books are pre-signed and available for pick up at check-in

Kate Hudson is a Golden Globe Award winner and Academy Award–nominated actress, producer, entrepreneur and best-selling author of Pretty Happy. She is best known for her roles in Almost Famous, How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days, and Bride Wars, which she also produced. On television, Kate received critical acclaim for her guest-star appearance on the hit show Glee. She is the voice of Mei Mei in Kung Fu Panda 3.

Kate’s love of design and fashion has seen her become an international style icon and muse for some of the world’s top designers. She has also been featured in many global advertising campaigns, most recently the renowned Campari Calendar, and has been the face of major retail brands, including Ann Taylor and Almay.

In 2013, Kate cofounded Fabletics (, a line of stylish and affordable activewear designed to inspire and empower women to get physically fit and as a way of living that promotes health, community, and passion.

In Pretty Fun, Kate Hudson shares her philosophy behind gatherings, how to be in the moment, make them uniquely yours, embracing occasions to just be together. Pretty Fun is a warm and welcoming, lifestyle and entertaining guide, complete with delicious, healthy recipes and even some more indulgent snacks and beverages, and infused with her mindful approach to life. 

Jennifer Meyer is a Los Angeles based jeweler whose designs are founded on the idea that jewelry could be more than an accessory. The Jennifer Meyer collection is designed to become an extension of the woman wearing it — a symbol of luck, celebration & love — a way for every woman to reflect on the important milestones in her life.

After working in communications for visionaries like Ralph Lauren and Giorgio Armani, in 2005, the time finally came to share her own creative vision – to start telling her unique story. More than a business endeavor, making jewelry has been a part of Jen’s life since learning to make pieces from enamel at the age of six from her grandmother, California artist Edith Meyer.  
As an adult, Jen made pieces to mark important milestones in her life; to celebrate friends, and remember family. The brand started as a way for Jen to not only reconnect to her roots, but also pay homage to the women who inspired her along the way. Visit her website.