Rickshaw Bagworks joins Slumdog Millionaire at the Oscars!

Sunday, February 22, 2009

 

The Grafton on Sunset

The Grafton on Sunset

I’m writing from the Grafton Hotel on Sunset Blvd in West Hollywood, just about to walk three blocks to the Slumdog Millionaire Oscar Party (not the awards ceremony, mind you, but the pre, viewing and after party) at the ONE Sunset restaurant — hosted by Hewlett Packard.

Thanks to Ken Feldman of Stylit.tv, and the good folks at Phenomenon.com, we’re honored to donate our laptop computer bags to compliment 40 HP Mini 1000 Vivienne Tam Edition netbook PCs (http://tinyurl.com/67ooec) for the Slumdog movie stars and execs. We used 5 colors from our TED2009 Designtex”Kola” bottles-to-bags collection to spice-up the presentation (pictures to follow). This could be the party of all parties tonight! I’ll let you know how it goes… -Mark

Satellite uplinks at the Vanity Fair party at the Sunset Tower

Satellite uplinks at the Vanity Fair party at the Sunset Tower

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One Response to “Rickshaw Bagworks joins Slumdog Millionaire at the Oscars!”
  1. Mike Kaylor says:

    I know you’re a busy guy but this blog has been on hold for a while.

    I have 2 of your bags and am saving for the new side pocket and Moleskine folio. I have an older side pocket that came with the baby bag w/o the extra front pocket . I think your bags are the best thing going right now. Over the years I have had Timbuktu, Waterfield, Billingham, Crumpler and others but your design sensibility and production quality is better than all of them. The new backpack looks great, and the side pockets are excellent.

    Sincerely,
    Mike Kaylor

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