ShangriLa Global, the new online shopping destination founded by iconic producer Charles Band and actress/inventor Robin Sydney, opened its doors yesterday, marking the occasion with a pop-up store event in Beverly Hills. Friends, family and a roster of noted celebrity guests and influencers came out to test some of ShangriLa’s amazing globally sourced and curated items, with all purchases benefiting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Sweet Shop Scented Jewelry Fidget Toys including Stick N Spin Award Winning Twiddle and Fidget Counter

Attending celebrities and influencers included Mo Collins (Parks and Rec, F is for Family), Meg Donnelly (American Housewife, upcoming Disney movie Zoms vs Poms), Jet Jurgensmeyer (American Sniper, Adventures in Babysitting), Alex Skuby (The Fosters), Justin Ellings (Disney’s Girl Meets World), Maile Flanagan (Disney’s Lab Rats), Jill Bartlett (Netflix’s One Mississippi), Medallion Rahimi (ABC’s Still Star Crossed), Granny Potty Mouth (YouTube sensation), Daniel DiMaggio (American Housewife), James Preston (MTV’s Teen Wolf), William Brent (Disney’s Lab Rats), Jessica Morris (Role Models), Tanya Tate (writers, cosplayer, adult actress) and many more.

Medallion Rahimi and Jessica Morris with Stadium Approved Clear Creations Meg Donnelly with Clear Creations Backpack designed by Taryn Band Rodriguez

Guests and stars mingled while the ShangriLa Global team showcased the company’s innovative line of gifts, toys and accessories for men, women and children. From signature, stadium-approved clear purses designed by Taryn Band Rodriguez to award-winning fidget toys and jewelry. Shangrila Global curates only the finest, most unique items from around the world and brings them direct to the customer.

Kids with Joy of Coloring Stained Glass Mandalas

ShangriLa Global is dedicated to providing the planet with purposeful products that resonate with the spirit of fun and eternal youth, curated by people who have devoted their lives to making people happy.

Justin Ellings and Granny PottyMouth

Via Brittney Le Roy