Jessica Seinfeld and Baby Buggy supporter Delphine Krakoff hosted a shopping and cocktail event at the flagship Reed Krakoff boutique in support of Baby Buggy in New York City last Wednesday night (October 12). The event previewed the Reed Krakoff Pre-Spring 2012 Collection and all guests received a hand painted, monogrammed leather hangtag with purchase of a Reed Krakoff handbag. A portion of the proceeds went to Baby Buggy, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing families in need with essential equipment, clothing, products, and educational tools and services for their children.
Also in attendance were Ali Wentworth, Nina Garcia, Amy Weschsler, Gayle King, Jamie Tisch, Rosie Pope, Stefani Greenfield, Veronica Beard, Veronica Swanson Beard, and other friends, board members and long-time Baby Buggy supporters.
Ali Wentworth, mother of two daughters with husband, ABC News host George Stephanopoulos, opened up to Celebrity Baby Scoop about this charitable event.
Every underserved woman deserves the right children’s clothes and gear to help her in the first years of motherhood,” Wentworth said. “Baby Buggy recycles love and help in the most important and vital ways and I am so proud to be a part of it. And I have always admired all the beautiful things in Reed Krakoff’s line and didn’t feel as guilty purchasing a stunning bag knowing that proceeds were going to Baby Buggy.”
Expectant mom, Pregnant in Heels star Rosie Pope, also talked to Celebrity Baby Scoop about supporting this great cause.
Baby Buggy is a charity very dear to my heart and I love the Reed Krakoff brand, so the collaboration between the two to support those most in need is remarkable,” Pope said. “As a mother myself, it is great to see these women come out to give back to other mothers.
Baby Buggy, founded in 2001, is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing families in need with essential equipment, products, clothing, and educational services for their infants and children up to age 12. With an extensive network of community-based organizations across the country, Baby Buggy has donated over 5 million items to thousands of children.