What to Wear: 2012 Robin Hood Benefit

Published on May 10, 2012

Robin Hood Foundation

Punch your Metro Card and hang on tight for most sensational party of the year,   The 2012 Robin Hood Foundation Annual Benefit takes place on Monday, May 14 in Sherwood Forest at the Jacob Javits Center and is generously chaired by Gretchen and Steve Burke, Eli and Abby Manning, and Sheri and Howard Shultz, and Co-Hosted by Brian Williams and Seth Meyers. And with mega watt Guest Star Performer Rihanna rocking the room, the sky is the limit to this extraordinary entertaining event. The over-the-top, Live Auction is the best show in town, as you hob nob with the merry men of finance, all turned out  to reveal their generous, Little John alter-egos.  100% of donation go directly to poverty-fighting programs that Robin Hood supports.  For tickets and information, please contact debbief@eventassociatesinc.com.

What to wear to such a glamorous event?    Well Maid Marion, for this one, you need a little WOW Factor and we turned to NET-A-PORTER for three chic and stylish ensembles.  Start with a basic black either strapless, sleeved sheath or peplum and load on the bling and pop a little color for maximum visual effect!

Robin Hood Foundation

DRESSES: D&G Stretch Satin Dress ($665),  Stella McCartney Stretch-jersey Peplum Dress ($875), D&G Stretch-satin Bustier Dress ($580)

ACCESSORIES: Bijoux Heart Parfait Crystal Earrings ($450), Emilio Pucci Plexiglass and Crystal Cuff ($990), Oscar de La Renta Beaded Tassel Earrings ($395), Matthew Williamson Graphic Leopard Scarf ($350), Oscar de La Renta Gold-plated Bracelet ($275)

BAGS & SHOES: Jimmy Choo Caro Glitter-covered Leather Mini-bag ($525), Alexander McQueen De Manta Clutch ($525), Jimmy Choo Denton Neoprene Peep-toe Sandal ($795), Christian Loubotin Yolanda Pumps ($895)

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Robin Hood Benefit

Since 1988, Robin Hood has targeted poverty in New York City.  By applying sound investment principles to philanthropy, they have helped  the best programs save lives and change fates.  It is the largest private poverty-fighting organization in New York City.

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