NOBLE EFFORT: It’s been a busy — and philanthropic — week for Evelyn Lauder. On Wednesday, Lauder joined Stephen I. Sadove at Café SFA on the top floor of Saks to host a kickoff lunch for the retailer’s Key to the Cure Initiative. The annual event, which starts Friday, benefits various national and local women’s charities including Lauder’s Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Emmy Rossum, Sela Ward and Becki Newton were among those on hand for the luncheon, where each guest received a Michael Kors-designed Key to the Cure T-shirt.
On Monday, Lauder was again promoting her foundation when she joined Elizabeth Hurley, Dylan McDermott, illustrator Marisa Marchetto and Bloomingdale’s chief executive officer Michael Gould in lighting the retailer’s 59th Street flagship pink.
To date, BCRF has raised more than $252 million to support cutting-edge research aimed at eradicating the disease.
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