VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE: Alexisjoyvipaccess Covers The Inspiring And Spectacular Breaking The Chains And Glitter Magazine Fall Reception Event – Recap Here!

Photo Credits: Breaking The Chains
Photo Credits: Breaking The Chains

The inspiring and remarkable foundation, Breaking The Chains has one incredible mission: to bring awareness to eating disorders through the use of art. It’s so phenomenal to see how this magnificent foundation, which has touched the lives of many, has combined a person’s passion – art: whether it be through film, poetry, dance, music, and beyond and has used the influence of art to help the individuals who have been or are affected by eating disorders. Eating disorders is something that, unfortunately, so many people suffer from, however, when we work together and show each other support, we can help put an end to the suffering from eating disorders.

When one of the most awe-inspiring foundations (Breaking The Chains) teams up with a marvelous magazine that everyone loves reading (Glitter Magazine) – what do you get? You get one outstanding event that helps encourage self love and motivates people to have confidence in themselves. It’s so great to see how so many people can join together to help make a difference in one another’s lives and always remind one another that there is always someone there who loves you.

On October 16, 2016, Breaking The Chains and Glitter Magazine hosted their first ever Fall Reception event in Los Angeles, California. The wonderful event brought together so many of our favorite celebrities for an excellent cause and a brilliant day filled with music, art, hors d’Oeuvres, raffles and more. The event had many sensational performances and moving dance numbers that brought out its own story and its own way of influencing people to love themselves and respect who they are as an individual. The event opened the eyes of many. Breaking The Chains founder, Debra Hopkins, and all behind the event including the members of the Breaking The Chains foundation and Glitter Magazine have done a spectacular job impacting the lives of many.

Debra Hopkins, founder of Breaking The Chains stated, “Breaking the Chains Foundation’s goal is to continue to work with artists and art based communities to encourage them and bring forth awareness about eating disorders. We stand as an artistic motivator to ignite a fire in a whole new light.  In order to change the face and conversation of eating disorders, we will inspire an entire new matrix.” (source: press release)

Many amazing celebrities came out to show their support towards the event including actress and Breaking The Chains celebrity ambassador, Jillian Rose Reed, who has supported the organization since its birth. Breaking The Chains Ambassador, Carolyn Hennesy and co-founder of Glitter Magazine, Zoe Fowler attended the event. Jacob Hopkins, Rio Mangini, Asia Monet Ray, Cree Cicchino, Ricardo Hurtado, Lance Lim, Thomas Barbusca, Griffin Gluck, Alexa Nisenson, Brielle Barbusca, Melissa Carcache, Brooke Lewis, Sloane Morgan Siegel, Nolan Gould, Kara Royster, Renee Olstead, Kalama Epstein, Monty Geer, M.J. Doughtery, Benjamin Stockham, Coco Jones, Brec Bassinger, Spencer Sutherland, Wess Ferguson, Chandler Kenny, Taylor Blackwell, Ashley Liao, Kamil McFadden, and Belle Shouse, amongst many others had a fantastic time at the extraordinary event as well.

I, Alexisjoyvipaccess had a terrific time covering the exceptional Breaking The Chains and Glitter Magazine Fall Reception event! Check out some VIPAccessEXCLUSIVE pictures from my coverage of the event below and stay tuned on for interviews with your fave celebs from the event. Here at, I’d like to send a big congratulations to Breaking The Chains and Glitter Magazine for a very successful first ever Fall Reception event!

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  1. Through your article we were enlightened more of this organization & Wonderful cause & keep up the good work !

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