Kelly Ripa's Super Saturday Shopping Spree

07/28/2008 at 01:27 PM ET


Kelly Ripa joined other fashionable New York women and super-stars including Molly Sims and Christy Turlington to shop for a cause — The Ovarian Cancer Research Fund. A Hamptons tradition, Super Saturday was started to raise money for the Fund whose mission is to provide money for early detection and cure research for ovarian cancer. While Kelly browsed the racks of designer clothes from designers like Calvin Klein, Donna Karan, Ralph Lauren, Carolina Herrera, Theory, Maxx New York and more, she told PEOPLE, “I’m doing something revolutionary, I’m shopping without my stylist. So I’ll probably be meandering around here for the next 4 hours hoping that someone adopts me.” A Super Saturday veteran, Kelly didn’t have any problems last year when she walked away with two Miu Miu bags. Also browsing the heavily discounted items was Katie Lee Joel. “Last year I got a lot of hats, so I definitely want to get a new hat,” she told PEOPLE. “I got a lot of swimsuits for about $20 a piece too.” Good deals and a good cause — can you go wrong?

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mme on

is she “retarded” that cannot even buy a purse without a stylist, GOSHH!

AnnieJ on

Shopping and supporting charity – sounds like a good idea to me.

Tina on

Great job Kelly! with all of the pressure in hollywood she is able to shop without a stylist ..
i even find it difficult to shop without mine myself!

Juliette on

“I’m doing something revolutionary, I’m shopping without my stylist.”

Kelly is not being elitist, she’s BEING FUNNY! Some people just don’t get her shtick. She always gives all the credit for her public image to both her stylist and makeup artist. Having such resources are a side benefit to choosing her line of work. I would love that! But, I chose a different avenue of creativity. Sure glad she’s around because her and Reeg make my mornings! She often talks about how she’s pretty clueless without her stylist’s input. Most of us artist/creative types, like Kelly, focus on our work and kids (if we have them), and fashion falls to the wayside. Others make fashion their passion, and they’re really good at it. I say: to each their own.

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