“Married to Medicine Houston” starlets fete Hollywood themed costume party at Bar Bleu
Reality television stars attend West University “Holly ween” party benefiting breast cancer foundation
Great photos of you & your friends from our event on Saturday Bar Bleu~ thank you to Chron.com from the Houston Chronicle: https://www.chron.com/life/society/article/Married-to-Medicine-Houston-starlets-fete-10414776.php
Thanks to Houston CultureMap for the featured story: https://houston.culturemap.com/news/society/10-27-16-drag-queens-and-houston-stars-dress-up-for-outrageous-hollywood-hollyween-party-1/#slide=0
The scoop: Houstonians turned out in their best Hollywood glam costumes to benefit the Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation, which provides free reconstructive surgery to post-cancer patients who are not able to afford health insurance.
Event planners Lily Paxson and Nancy Marcus Golden transformed West University’s Bar Bleu into an Oscar-worthy party space, complete with an Andy Warhol impersonator, neon lights and red carpet entrance.
Emcee Neal Hamil noted the abundance of celebrities in the crowd of 220, including eight Marilyn Monroes (Golden included), 12 Audrey Hepburns (including Jennifer Roosth and Ruchi Mukerjee), three Grace Kellys, one Donald Trump, a Cher, two Karl Lagerfelds (JMichael Soliz and Enrique Salinas), one Jennifer Lopez (Claudia Sierra), a Dorothy (Beth Meuke), a Yul Brenner (Dr. Franklin Rose) and numerous rock stars.
Tracy Faulkner chaired the evening, which honored Rosemarie Johnson for her support of the foundation. Johnson paid tribute to her late mother who passed of cancer at age 67.
DJ Senega spun tunes as partygoers, including several well-known drag queens, hit the dance floor until late in the evening.
Who: Married to Medicine Houston cast member Monica Patel, Erika Bagwell, Angelica Ximenez Chapman, Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation co-founder Cindi Harwood Rose, who also appears on this season’s Married to Medicine Houston, Nicole Fertitta, John Styles Jr., Azar, Dr. Ahmad Taleghany, and Edward Sanchez, who served as the evening’s co-auctioneer.
Also celebrating were Ella Markovsky, who was a co-winner in the costume contest for her elaborated feathered ensemble, Jennifer Garret, Miya Shay, Corbett Parker, Gregg Harrison, Michael DeMarse, David A. Cagney, Alan Pike, Tammie Anne Johnson, Anne Marie Vancas, Casey Jordan, Renee Danielle, Robert English, and Jurate Kopecky.
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HOLLYwood HOLLYween Fête I Sat., Oct. 22, 8 – 12 a.m. |
Take a star-studded stiletto step back into Old Hollywood glam and don your best silver screen inspired ensemble to walk the rose colored carpet for a Bar Bleu VIP experience. Party perks include a costume contest, live auction, lounge areas with bottle service, beats from DJ Senega IIles, celebrity impersonators, martinis and bubbly and a Brando cigar and scotch bar. Tickets range in price and proceeds benefit cancer survivors via The Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation.
Please come celebrate the excitement of Old Hollywood glam, as guests walk the rose colored carpet and get that true Bar Bleu VIP experience like a star. Lounge areas with bottle service will be sold as well as general admission tickets. For the “true bleu” swanky VIP’s there will be an exclusive VIP area.
Dance to DJ Senega IIles alongside HOLLYwood celebrity impersonators, and the men can show their swagger as they step into the old time Brando Cigar and Scotch bar.
Food will be fabulously fun and include signature martinis and bubbly flowing.
Live auction along with a costume contest for all that want to participate including a 1st, 2nd and 3rd fabulous prize giveaways.
Please visit https://hollyroseribbon.org/hollywood-halloween/ for tickets and more details
ABOUT THE HOLLY ROSE RIBBON FOUNDATION: The Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation was established in 2004 in honor of Holly Harwood Skolkin and now in her memory by Houston Plastic Surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose and silhouette artist Cindi Rose. The Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization that provides 100% free reconstructive surgery to un-insured and under-insured post-cancer patients at no-cost to the survivor. We also offer grief counseling, college scholarships to cancer survivors or to those who have lost a parent to cancer, and arts in medicine activities for children currently undergoing cancer treatment at area hospitals in Houston, Texas.