Project Ladybug Fund, Bergdorf Goodman
Some fabulous peeps turned out at Bergdorf Goodman, and it wasn’t in order to do a little holiday shopping. No, it was in honor of the recent launch of the Project Ladybug Fund at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. The luxury department store invited a host of celebs, charitable contributors and skincare aficionados to enjoy an evening of pampering courtesy of ReVive Skincare’s latest Limited Edition Artbox 8 skincare collection, which was unveiled.
Check out all the details and fabulous pictures from the event after the jump!
The event went down December 1st, and due to its name, ‘Project Ladybug’, this years’ featured selected artwork was “The Bug that Bugs No One”- a ladybug print by American artist Charlie Harper.
But the event didn’t just provide a night of pampering, it also featured a meet and greet with Project Ladybug founder Dina Manzo, as well as one-on-one skin consultations with ReVive Skincare’s founder Dr. Gregory Bays Brown.
Among the guest attendees were Brittny Gastineau, Jill Zarin of the Real Housewives of NY, and fashion designer Kay Unger.