Ovarian Cancer Research Fund (OCRF) brought its popular Super Saturday shopping event today at the Grand Canal Shoppes in The Venetian & The Palazzo, and Fashion Show Las Vegas with unique spin. Vegas Scene was at the red again to meet and cover the event with a fashion icon like no other Rachel Zoe, designer, Stylist, Editor and Author. We talked about her recenent experience at Fashion week in NewYork and her clothing line. She shared with me some of the trending pieces that stuck out in her mind from NY fashion week were alot of lace and detail to the clothing this season. We were able to see up close one of a kind pieces as she wore it on the red. Rachel and husband / business partner, Rodger Berman hosted the fashion event this weekend along with taking famaily photos with sons Kaius, and Skyler all dresssed to perfection.
The exclusive Las Vegas weekend showcases an assortment of special retail incentives from luxury brands including Michael Kors, Tory Burch, DVF, Fendi, Robert Graham, Melissa Shoes, Ted Baker London, Topshop, Links of London and Island Company to name a few. Most participating retailers will donate a percentage of weekend sales to OCRF. Attendees at the event were able to meet designer, stylist, editor and author Rachel Zoe as she signed copies of her newest book Living in Style.
The two-day extravaganza features a VIP brunch at Barneys New York, a Pucker Up Bar, Canyon Ranch SpaClub pop-up spa, a Pepsi Lounge, and Sephora makeup touch-ups. A signature gift with purchase -- two complimentary show tickets to Rock of Ages -- will be available for those who spend $750 (restrictions apply – see official event guide for complete details). Fashion Show will also highlight not-to-be-missed runway shows on the center’s elevated stage, featuring Saks Fifth Avenue and top seasonal must-haves. "We are thrilled to bring OCRF’s Super Saturday to the Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian, The Palazzo and Fashion Show Las Vegas. Their support of OCRF's research programs will further propel us in our fight to find a cure for ovarian cancer," says Audra Moran, president & CEO, Ovarian Cancer Research Fund.