Donna Karan, Kelly Ripa, InStyle To Host Super Saturday 13. Fashion designer Donna Karan, InStyle editor Ariel Foxman, and Kelly Ripa will be hosting Super Saturday 13, the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund’s 13th annual celebration, on July 31. The event will include the highly anticipated fashion garage sale. Super Saturday 13 will be set up to benefit OCRF. It will be a family-oriented, daylong fundraiser that will feature kids’ carnival and activities, a luxury raffle and gourmet treats. The fashion garage, once dubbed the Rolls Royce of garage sales, will include merchandise from over 200 renowned designers and brands such as Donna Karan, theory, Carolina Herrera, Catherine Malandrino, Charlotte Ronson, Calvin Klein, Diane von Furstenberg, Elizabeth & James, Ralph Lauren, and Giorgio Armani. The special Super Saturday Accessories Salon will feature luxury accessories. Past designers who participated included Emilio Pucci, Tory Burch, and Louis Vuitton. Stylist Rachel Zoe is also set to open her booth, Designers A to Zoe, for the third consecutive year. It will feature merchandise from Chloe, Derek Lam, Temperley London, Judith Leiber, Kara Ross, Giuseppe Zanotti, Oscar de la Renta, and Stella McCartney.Tickets are priced at $450 each for regular passes, $650 for preview for adults, and $150 for kids ages 5-16. Kids under 5 are admitted free.
The celebrities at this year’s Grammy Awards all had one thing in common: ready-to-wear. They nearly all modeled ready-to-wear fashions from some of the biggest designer’s collections, including Versace, Zac Posen, and Emilio Pucci. Black Eyed Peas member Fergie hit the stage to perform with the group and sported a futuristic-looking visor, which has yielded love-it-and-hate-it comments. But on the red carpet, she wore the bright royal blue mini-dress from Pucci’s Spring 2010 collection, complete with a metallic streak. Jennifer Lopez sported the mini-dress gown hybrid from Versace’s Spring 2010 collection. She also looked she was sporting shoes from Christian Louboutin, who she name-drops ad nauseum in her latest single. Katy Perry wore the floor length, flesh toned gown from Zac Posen’s Spring 2010 collection. The dress contains gold metal flower detailing as well. Miley Cyrus wore a dress from Herve Leger by Max Azria, who she collaborates with on her own Wal-Mart line. Some celebrities also wore ready-to-wear but with some modifications to their liking. Britney Spears wore an embellished sheer dress over a black leotard from Dolce & Gabbana from their 2010 collection, while Mary J. Blige rendered a dress from from Gucci’s Spring 2010 collection nearly unrecognizable in its new fuchsia floor-length form