This past Saturday, the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund hosted its 14th Annual Super Saturday event. Throngs of fashionistas brought mayhem to the ritzy hamlet of Watermill, scooping up designer must-haves from labels like Diane von Furstenberg, Etro, Marchesa, Jean Paul Gaultier and Helmut Lang at the upscale garage sale, which took place at Nova’s Ark Project.
It was the place to be with co-hosts Donna Karan (a Super Saturday co-founder), Paula Putton, InStyle’s Ariel Foxman and Kelly Ripa on board, and many more notables in attendance to raise funds for OCRF.
Scooter recently tracked down New York City-based mom and children’s luxury lifestyle designer Bonnie Young for a little Q&A on her the story of her brand and how she raises her two kids (Celia and Brando). Founded in September 2006 while Ms. Young worked as Senior Creative Director for Donna Karan Collection, her namesake label offers fanciful fashion and lifestyle products for children ages 0-16.
Now, with a freestanding boutique in Aspen and a retail presence at Harvey Nichols, Bon Marché and boutiques around the globe in posh cities like Milan, London, Paris, and Dubai, the Bonnie Young label has attracted an A-list clientele including Julianne Moore Kate Hudson, Dakota Fanning, Rachel Weisz, Angie Harmon, Courtney Cox, and Goldie Hawn.
Here’s what we found out.
Meet Celia Babini, Bonnie Young’s 11 year old daughter, a Scooter star in her own right, who single handedly raised over $11,000 for Solving Kids’ Cancer. The organization works to find, fund and manage clinical trials and scientific programs to rapidly develop the most effective treatments and cures for childhood cancers.
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