The Associates Committee of The Society of Memorial Sloan KetteringCancer Center held its23rd Annual Bunny Hop sponsored by GUCCI on March 4th, 2014. This event is one of the most noteworthy and upscale events for New York families and children, the event featured an enchanted atmosphere for children including live animal shows, magicians, balloon artists, and a world famous juggler from The Big Apple Circus.
Ryder and Siella were in pure excitement the entire time and didnt know what to do first. The setting was so magical and actually had talking wall flowers. From bunny shaped grilled cheeses to sand art, my children were completely in their element and couldve stayed forever. In fact, they are still talking about it! This year the Bunny Hop raised over $300,000 to benefit innovative Patient Care initiatives at Sloan Kettering. The Bunny Hop chairmen included Melissa Meister, Marcie Pantzer, Annie Taube and Ferebee Taube.
For more information on the Bunny Hop & The Society of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center visit www.mskcc.org
I have been a huge fan of Rachel Pally for many years. In fact, the only leggings I own are from Rachel Pally. She is known for her luxe jersey pieces. Rachel Pally's style has been distinguished by her ability to blend the "easy and elegant" with the "chic and classic. Her ability to fuse simplicity with glamour has resulted in a collection that looks beautiful on everyone.
I was so excited to discover Rachel's newest line for kids. The collection is an extension of Rachel's namesake contemporary collection and was created after Rachel was faced with the challenge of finding suitable, cute clothing for her firstborn son. Rachel Pally Baby consists of separates, one-pieces and accessories for sizes 0 24 months, with most pieces being unisex, for $29 - $80.
To view the entire line visit www.RachelPally.com.
Fashion Week for kids is one of my favorite events to cover. petitePARADE is one of the most coveted fashion shows for kids. This event features the best designers and cutest kids around town and was hosted by two fashionable twins Tristin & Tyler.
A newcomer to petitePARADE was Alivia Simone. The Alivia Simone collection features bold, gorgeous colors, whimsical prints, interesting textures and vibrant patterns. Their fabrics are imported from Europe, primarily France and Italy, and are selected for their beauty as well as quality, feel, and wearability. Her mission is to design beautiful clothes for beautiful souls and was definitely shown on the runway.
Another designer that I was swooning over was Imoga. Imoga has always sought to reinvigorate and reinterpret classic designs for children. The collection showcases silhouettes with exotic new materials along with new designs thats sure to capture your hearts. They believe there is wisdom in every childs whimsy. This collection is filled with colors, prints, and textures that are fun and bold, yet timeless. I fell in love with every piece that walked the runway!
Visit www.petiteparade.com for more kids fashion week pics.
This past week, mom and philanthropist Aviva Drescher hosted a charity event at Cozy's Cuts for Kids salon on the Upper East Side to benefit the Max Cure Foundation and celebrate the launch of her new book, Leggy Blonde.
Aviva was on hand with her two youngest kids, Sienna and Hudson, to sign books and pose for photos with fans. The event was an amazing way for Aviva to celebrate the launch of her new book while also teaching her kids about the power of giving back, and that it can start at a young age and is easy and fun to do. The salon was packed with kids, and they raised great awareness for the cause.
For more information about the Max Cure Foundation visit www.maxcurefoundation.org
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