This past Saturday May 16th marked The Ovarian Cancer Research Fund’s 2nd annual ‘Super Saturday’ held at Barker Hanger in Santa Monica, CA. The star-studded event was hosted by none other than Molly Sims and Rachel Zoe, whose entrances oozed style in the luxurious Chrysler 300.
OCRF Super Saturday marked Molly’s first appearance post baby, and she looked phenomenal as she stepped into the Matrix Style Link booth for a quick touch up. Rachel Zoe made quite the splash in her “World of Rachel Zoe” booth while signing copies of “Living in Style”. The always in-demand Zoe, had a line around the corner of anxious devotees hoping to snag a moment with the style queen.
Barker Hanger was completely transformed into a stylish shopping mecca with designer goods deeply discounted and one hundred percent of proceeds going to charity. Complimentary manicures were courtesy of Bellacures and Alex and Ani; Mary Kay was on hand giving away samples of their new convertible lip and cheek colors;but the best part of their complimentary make over section was their flower wreath station!
The area was filled with roses and flowers of every color with long vines to create your perfect flower crown. After getting all glammed up, stopping by L’Oreal for sunscreen was a must on such a sunny day, followed up with tray-pass delivery of Fiji water. If you found yourself more in the mood for a cocktail, Skinny Girl provided signature cocktails in honor of the occasion. In addition to all the glam stations celebs like Maria Menounos stopped by the Venetian’s prize wheel in support of Super Saturday heading to Las Vegas. Before going inside, Sprinkles Cupcakes were on hand with a build-it-yourself cupcake bar, next to Otis Spunkmeyer Cookies: Decisions, decisions.
Inside the historic Barker Hanger, illustrious brands such as: Trina Turk, French Conncetion, Rachel Zoe, Soul Cycle, and Bella Dahl to name a few offered discounted threads with 100% of proceeds benefitting The Ovarian Cancer Research Fund and it’s affiliated programs. Ashley Greene, Camille Grammer, Patti Stanger, Tasha Smith, and more opened their wallets for designs and charity this past Saturday. Dating back to 1998 OCRF has donated more than 65 million to researchers around the country. Currently there is no method for early detection, to find out how you can help or become involved please visit: www.ocrf.org