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CAT'S EYE: Real Housewives of Vancouver Season 2 premiere party

Cat Barr, Feb. 14, 2013.  - Catherine Barr
Cat Barr, Feb. 14, 2013.
— image credit: Catherine Barr

Vancouver’s real housewives are back — for Season 2! And once again, there are more than a few North Shore faces scheduled to appear on your television screen.

Last week, the glam girls gathered at the Loden Hotel to watch the premiere episode of Real Housewives of Vancouver - Season 2 at a private party with friends, family and invite-only guests.

The champagne was flowing and the ladies all sparkled in fabulous bejewelled gowns and designer name accessories. New wives Ioulia Reynolds, Amanda Hansen and Robin Reichman joined returning stars Jody Claman, Mary Zilba and Ronnie Negus for a night of celebrity celebration.

Fashion wise, it was basic black mixed with sparkles everywhere you looked. Mary, Ronnie and Ioulia rocked the red carpet in anything-but-basic black which made them all look equally gorgeous, elegant and fetching.

West Van’s flamboyant mother-daughter team of Jody and Mia Claman were big time Hollywood glam in floor-length bejewelled gowns which sparkled even more than the Moet. And newcomers Robin and Amanda were extra glittery in gold and see-through hues encrusted with enough sequins and beads to make Cher jealous.

After the reception, it was time to see the action — and reactions. Everyone turned to the televisions as nervous giggles filled the air. In the end, it was a spectacular evening that sets the stage for an even more exciting season of entertainment and fun.

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