Ah, one of our favorites: what to wear to a luncheon. We cannot wait for the 3rd Annual Women’s Luncheon hosted by the Associates Council of The Society of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center under the direction of its President, Heather Leeds. The high profile lunch held on Tuesday February 8, 2011 at Rouge Tomate will honor Dr. Farid Boulad, Director of the MSKCC Pediatric Day Hospital, and will also raise funds for the Pediatric Family Housing Endowment. What to wear is simple as the event is sponsored by Milly, (whose latest fun prints also grace the front of the invite) so we suggested this lovely Annalise dress with cardigan and trench. Keep your heels sky high and don’t forget your perfect Milly tote and accessories to complete that stylish ladies who lunch look! Please click MSKCC for more info on this important event or keep reading below!
What to wear from left to right: Milly Open Tab Cardigan ($265) and Annalise Dress ($355), Piped Trench Coat ($575), Milly Chain Necklace ($185), Milly Nautical Bangles ($165), Milly Luxe Leather Flap Bag ($395), Christian Louboutin Platform Pumps ($695)
On Tuesday, February 8, 2011, The Associates Council of The Society of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center will host the third annual luncheon at Rouge Tomate. The event, Chaired by Gretchen Gunlocke Fenton, Eugenie Niven Goodman, and Melanie Holland and sponsored by Milly by Michelle Smith, will honor Dr. Farid Boulad, Director of the MSKCC Pediatric Day Hospital. Associates Council members Leslie Coleman, Anne Grauso, Dayssi Olarte de Kanavos, Suzie Kovner, Christina Smith, and Leslie Stevens will serve as Vice-Chairmen. Proceeds from the Associates Council Luncheon will continue to fund The Pediatric Family Housing Endowment. The Associates Committee has pledged to raise $2 million over five years for the Pediatric Family Housing Program, which pays for overnight stays when children and their families come from out of town for treatment at MKSCC’s Department of Pediatrics and are unable to afford this expense themselves. In the past year, approximately 225 pediatric patients and their families were accommodated for over 1000 nights in New York City through this endowment.Past Honorees: 2010: Dr. Michael La Quaglia2009: Dr. Jane A. Bowling. For more information, please visit The Society MSKCC.