Hudson’s Bay and Grey Goose: Toronto International Film Festival
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Keira Knightley, whose light-bulb luminosity is the kind that chemical peels and potions just can’t buy (not that we’re bitter or anything). The human swan glided into King West resto-lounge Patria last night to celebrate the screening of her new film, Can A Song Save Your Life?
The new-ish resto Patria (part of Charles Kabouth’s empire) was a relaxing setting for the soiree: dim, chic and lots of cozy wood. It was complemented perfectly by the Hudson’s Bay signature-stripe candles and moss strewn around, and the Grey Goose cocktails (hurray! more of the elderflower fizzies and blackberry slushies from Friday night!) being poured out of massive old-country jugs by Spaniard servers (wearing those signature stripes, natch).
The party thinned out just as the bidders did, as it soon came down to Lionsgate and The Weinstein Company. Weinstein and Glasser sat on a bench at Patria while Friedman, Wachsberger (both pictured, below left, at the Grey Goose/Hudson’s Bay Party for “Can A Song Save Your Life?”) and Andrew Kramer — a Weinstein alumnus — shared a beer.
Adam Levine and Keira Knightly fete their flick ‘Can A Song Save Your Life’ at the film’s party hosted by Hudson’s Bay at Patria in Toronto, where guests sipped cocktails infused with Grey Goose Vodka.