- Racked: Alice + Olivia’s Stacey Bendet on Dressing Down, Kid’s Fashion
“Last night, a host of celebs gathered at The London for Alice + Olivia’s now-annual party to celebrate Jessica Seinfeld’s charity Baby Buggy. Among the attendees: Maria Menounos, who was wearing a sparkly gold minidress; Ali Later, who was also wearing sparkles (of the black variety); Taryn Manning, who was definitely not wearing anything sparkling or mini; and Evan Handler of Sex and the City fame, in a suit, looking somewhat petite. We managed to finagle some time alone with Alice + Olivia designer Stacey Bendet, who was sharing hosting duties with Seinfeld, to ask her about her charitable leanings and her version of mom style.”
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- WWD: Baby Buggy Hosts Holiday Drive in L.A.
” Jessica Seinfeld made her way to Los Angeles for the 2nd Annual Baby Buggy Holiday Drive, sponsored by Alice + Olivia, Monday night at The London hotel. “It’s really because of Stacey [Bendet Eisner] that we are able to open up our West Coast branch and have been embraced by the Los Angeles community. She is our fairy godmother,” said Seinfeld.”
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- WWD : Baby Buggy Celebrates 10th Anniversary
“The Seinfeld-founded charity, which supplies children’s products to families in need, was celebrating its 10th anniversary. The event included stand-up sets from Colin Quinn, Jon Stewart and that other Seinfeld. The proceedings stayed mostly PG-13 and drew a parent-heavy crowd that included Hugh Jackman and Deborra-Lee Furness, George Stephanopoulos and Ali Wentworth and Julianne Moore.”
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- NY Daily News : Jerry Seinfeld, Jon Stewart, Colin Quinn bring the laughs at N.Y. Baby Buggy charity event
“The Big Apple turned into The Big Joke Monday as some of New York’s funniest comics fanned out across the city to raise money for worthy causes.
Jerry Seinfeld, Jon Stewart and Colin Quinn brought their standup acts to the Baby Buggy 10th Anniversary Gala and the trio elicited big laughs from the highbrow crowd inside Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center.”
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- Fashion Week Daily: Back At Lincoln Center! In December?
“Last night, Alice + Olivia’s sweetie Stacey Bendet treated a few select and lucky editors (including your Chic) to the 10th anniversary benefit for her pet charity Baby Buggy. The charity was founded by her pal Jessica Seinfeld to distribute new and gently used essentials including cribs, strollers, clothing, diapers, and bottles to families in need. Since its inception, an astounding 5 million+ items have been donated. Jerry Seinfeld, Colin Quinn and Jon Stewart performed standup at Lincoln Center’s Avery Fisher Hall for a crowd that included Hugh Jackman, Kelly Ripa, Mark Counsuelos, Narcisco Rodriquez, Julianne Moore, Wendi Murdoch, Desiree Gruber, Adam Glassman, Gayle King and that Oprah lady. We laughed ’til we cried, and we saw OPRAAAAAAAH!!!!! ”
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- Babble : Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld Light up the Empire State Building
“(Baby Buggy), which works with organizations in six cities to distribute new and gently used baby items to thousands of families, also offers social service assistance to help parents (many of them single moms) become more self-sufficient. To commemorate Baby Buggy’s 10th anniversary this year, the Empire State Building was lit in the charity’s signature colors of blue and green last night – with the Seinfelds as guests of honor.”
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- AM New York: Do some good this season with alice + olivia
Through Christmas, bring a new or unused book, toy, package of diapers or other children’s item into an alice + olivia boutique and get 15% off a purchase of full-price merchandise.
Donations go to Jessica Seinfeld’s New York-based charity, Baby Buggy, which helps families in need.
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- Empire State to be lit blue & green in honor of Baby Buggy on December 5th
To commemorate the organization’s 10th Anniversary, the Empire State Building will be lit on Monday night in Baby Buggy blue and green. Jerry and Jessica will be attending the official lighting ceremony Monday morning, which will pay tribute to the work Baby Buggy has done over the past 10 years. Please spread the word to all of your friends and family about this momentous occasion.
- Baby Buggy Charity Celebrates 10 Years
- Laughspin : Jerry Seinfeld, Jon Stewart, more join for Baby Buggy benefit Dec. 5
It’s not every night – even in New York City – comedy giants like Jerry Seinfeld, Jon Stewart and Colin Quinn come together to perform on the same show. But it’s happening, folks.
On Dec. 5 at Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center in New York, Good Morning America anchor George Stephanopoulos will host an A Night of Comedy with Jerry Seinfeld & Friends, featuring that trio and more. The show will benefit the non profit Baby Buggy, an organization founded by Jerry’s wife Jessica 10 years ago, which provides families in need with essential equipment, products, clothing, and educational services for their infants and children up to age 12.
Tickets are now $125; and get this– $50 is tax deductible. You can purchase the tickets by mentioning the code “Recycle” by calling Liz at 212-867-1117 or emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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“(We hear) THAT Jerry Seinfeld and Jon Stewart will perform together for the first time on Monday at a Lincoln Center gala to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Jessica Seinfeld’s charity, Baby Buggy. The star-studded audience is expected to include Julianne Moore and Kelly Ripa”
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The eighth annual Lucky Shops is invading the Highline Stages on West 15th Street this weekend, bringing up to 70 percent off wares from some top designers.
While looking your best may be motivation enough, the fashionable event is for a good cause: This year it will be benefitting the nonprofit Baby Buggy.
“A portion of the proceeds from ticket sales go to this great organization which is in its 10th year. It was founded by Jessica Seinfeld and it helps families in need — families who have babies who need essentials like strollers, bottles, diapers. You can also make additional donations in increments of $1, $5 and $10,” says Lori Bergamotto, contributing style editor at Lucky Magazine.
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“They just announced she’s expecting again – and James Van Der Beek and wife Kimberly had babies on their mind during a benefit for Jessica Seinfeld’s Baby Buggy charity at Giggle, a childrens’ boutique in Santa Monica, Calif.”
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