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Lululemon Flip Flop Soiree
Wilson's Steakhouse and
Signorello Edge Wine for Cancer

Aug 13, 2004

By Catherine Barr


Last weekend's events got off to a good start on Friday the 13th with Lululemon's 3rd annual Flip Flop Soiree. Benefitting the Centre for Integrated Healing, hundreds gathered at Shaughnessy's Cenacle Estate for a night of revelry.

Also on Friday, brothers Drew and Blair Wilson celebrated the opening of their new Wilson's Steakhouse on Beatty street with a salute to the Olympics.

And then on Saturday, winemaker Ray Signorelllo launched his newest "Edge" wine at Quayside in Yaletown with a fundraiser for breast cancer.


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At Flip Flop: Campo Verde event organizer Rachel Greenfeld (left), friend Philip Chewee and art promoter Karmina Lake.
At Flip Flop:The vodka was flowing thanks to Aotearoa's Phillippa Abbie (left), Andrew Comber, Tonia Reid and Vanessa Leblanc and their 42 Below.
At Flip Flop: Claire Lamont and her beau Alan Bedingfield added their special touches to the event planning.
Elaine Henderson was fundraising at Ray Signorello's "Edge" wine launch as she heads out next weekend to walk 60 km for breast cancer. She's one of the province's top five fundraisers.
Brother's Drew (left) and Blair Wilson invited celebs, family and guests to watch the Olympic opening ceremonies at the grand opening of their new Wilson's restaurant.



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