Another week, another splashy event for Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Lisa Vanderpump. The fashionista spent her weekend in her favorite getaway town, Palm Springs—and she was honored this year as Grand Marshall for the city's Palm Springs Festival of Lights.
The event took place on Saturday and she brought along a few pals to get into the holiday mood with. Lisa was joined by her Giggy, of course, who looked characteristically adorable in his little white formal wear. Lisa also made it a date night bringing along her husband, Ken Todd. But that's not all. The guys who work for her at Pump also got an invite.
Lisa, who was escorted around town in a convertible, looked glamorous in her blue dress and white fur coat. But instead of wearing green and red to honor the season, the guys of Pump wore pink.
Lisa posted pictures from the event to her Instagram, where she noted she was "honored" to be the leading lady of the night.
Back in October Lisa was the queen of another holiday-themed event. She was honored as the Queen of the Carnaval during West Hollywood's annual Carnaval event on Halloween. In addition to that honor, Lisa also officiated her first gay wedding earlier this month and previously donned a cowboy hat to walk in the 30th Annual AIDS Walk Los Angeles on October 12.
It's been a busy year for the entrepreneur, who in addition to growing her restaurant businesses, she also announced the launch of a housewares line dubbed The Vanderpump Beverly Hills Collection by Pop Culture Promotions. The glamorous line includes a pearl- and rhinestone-encrusted ice bucket, beaded champagne flutes, and scalloped silver tea trays. And, yes, it also includes touches of her signature color of pink.
"I was born that way," she said of loving the hue last month. "I’ve always loved it, always. But I do want to point out that if you look at my house—it’s been seen on the series—though, it’s not Barbie pink. The roses on the table might be pink and there might be a few bits of petal pink in the accessories, but it’s really very neutral, there’s a lot of white. I don’t have twee taste at all."