Bridget Marquardt will host her first trunk show to debut her apron collection through her label, Celebrate with Bridget on Friday, June 20 at Sugar Factory Paris.
The trunk show will showcase Marquardt’s flirty, whimsical aprons, priced at $109.95 for children and $119.95 for women. Each apron is entirely hand sewn, from start to finish by Marquardt. Her collection is a fun girly take on the kitchen fashion accessory. Bright fabrics and pastel prints in A-line silhouettes are adorned with signature Bridget details, including pink tulle piping, buttons in the shapes of milkshakes or lollipops and oversized bows. The aprons will be available for purchase during the show.
The event will feature Bridget Marquardt, television star and former “Girl Next Door” from E!’s hit reality series. Marquardt will be on site from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. for a personal appearance as well as to sign autographs for fans.
Bridget Christina Marquardt is an American television personality, model, and actress. She is best known for her role on the reality television series The Girls Next Door, which depicts her life as one of Playboy magazine publisher Hugh Hefner’s girlfriends. Although not a Playboy Playmate, she has appeared in nude pictorials with her Girls Next Door costars and fellow Hefner girlfriends Holly Madison and Kendra Wilkinson.
February 2009 marked Marquardt final appearance in Playboy, in a nude photo spread shot with Madison and Wilkinson that was touted as a farewell to the Girls Next Door. After leaving Playboy, she hosted Bridget’s Sexiest Beaches, a TV series on Travel Channel, which debuted on March 12, 2009, but ended after one season.
In April 2010, Marquardt announced plans for her own reality show. The pilot was to begin shooting in April and would cover her life after leaving the Playboy Mansion, and on her current relationships. She stated on Twitter “I shot a pilot for a reality show that E! has been sitting on for a few months”. In March 2011, she announced via Twitter that E! decided to not pick up her reality show but stated that she is looking forward to other opportunities.
In 2012, she worked as a contributor to Yahoo’s Animal Nation series, writing articles and shooting related short documentary pieces. – Wikipedia