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Last night, a number of celebrities attended the DKMS 4th Annual Gala: Linked Against Leukemia at Cipriani 42nd Street in NYC.
The event raised $1.7M to support the fight against leukemia and other blood related cancers.
The money raised jointly by Coty Inc., a leading global beauty company, and DKMS, the world’s largest bone marrow donor center, will help register over 19,000 bone marrow donors and work to save lives worldwide.
Read more to see who was there and what they wore.
For more information about DKMS visit www.dkmsamericas.org.
Ever walked through the cosmetics aisle, thought about trying the Rimmel brand but then totally bypassed it for something more familiar (and American)?
Well, Rimmel is trying to change that.
How? By splashing a few celebrity faces across their marketing efforts.
Chanel–an undeniably classic fashion label–has got my attention during the past few days.
Maybe it’s because I’ve seen young celebrity after young celebrity rocking the brand more often than usual during the past few days.
Spotted have been Nicky Hilton, Solange Knowles and Lily Allen adding their own touch to luxury accessories.
In addition, Kim Kardashian and La La Vazquez got the photogs’ attention shopping at the Chanel store on Robertson Blvd in LA.
It doesn’t hurt to know that Lily Allen, is the new face of the fashion house’s new handbag line, Chanel Coco Cocoon, which launches October 2009.
Solange recently joined a whole bunch of celebrities on the beach.
They were celebrating Op’s “Summer of Music.”
The popular beach clothing brand managed to get the “I Decided” singer, AnnaLynne McCord, Sophia Bush, Joel Madden, Brody Jenner, Cody Linley and Bow Wow together.
The cast rocked out to a Good Charlotte concert, while the photog snapped a great load of pics.
You’ll see a whole lot of them being featured in advertising for Op, which is being carried at Wal-mart stores.
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