The Open Circle necklace was created exclusively for Sexy Beast by Gabriela Artigas, a Los Angeles-based fine jewelry line celebrated for their effortlessly wearable, everyday statement pieces.

Sexy Beast partnered with influential contemporary artist Jenny Holzer and fashion powerhouse Virgil Abloh on an exclusive series of T-shirts, to benefit Planned Parenthood Los Angeles. 

In May 2018, Sexy Beast joined forces with Planned Parenthood Arizona to present a panel about Creative Resistance at FORM, the music and culture festival held in Arcosanti, Arizona. 

In June 2018, Sexy Beast partnered with Society6 on Girls Art Now!, a summit for female-identified artists hosted at Urban Outfitters' project space, Space 15 Twenty. The inspiring event featured a series of panels moderated by Sexy Beast and Society6 with creatives from all corners of the art world, discussing topics ranging from monetizing your work, to community-building, to social responsibility. 

During the 2017 holiday season, Sexy Beast's new directors Kristen Stegemoeller, Sonny Ruscha Granade and Tera Uhlinger co-hosted an exclusive fundraising shopping event with 3.1 Phillip Lim at their beautiful Arts District concept store. The evening featured remarks from Planned Parenthood Los Angeles' VP of Development, Bess Walkes and a dance performance by Rebecca Bruno with a sound composition by Yann Novak.

Sexy Beast 2016 built on the fabulous success of the 2014 Gala, raising nearly $500,000 for Planned Parenthood Los Angeles through an epic auction of over 40 artworks. The evening was hosted by Andy Richter, featuring entertainment from performance art trio, WIFE, and honored the efforts of documentarian Dawn Porter whose film Trapped won the 2016 Sundance Social Impact Award. 

The inaugural edition of the Sexy Beast Gala was an evening art auction and variety show benefiting Planned Parenthood Los Angeles, put on by Los Angeles darlings and local Night Gallery co-owners, Davida Nemeroff and Mieke Marple. The pair brought together the some of the biggest names in the art world in an effort to rally the creative community and spotlight critical family and women's health services.