CAT'S EYE: Pretty Please Gala and Real Houswives of Vancouver
It was a get gorgeous gala last week as the Pretty Please spring cosmetics and fragrance event was held at The Bay, Park Royal in West Vancouver. At the Outlook-sponsored event, there were designer names like Prada, Chanel, Dior and Gucci, and everyone got a chance to feel pampered and glamorous. Makeovers, product displays, samples and demonstrations helped round out the evening which was held in support of the Look Good, Feel Better charity which is Canada’s only national cancer charity helping women feel better about their appearances as they go through treatment. Also, Real Housewives of Vancouver star Mary Zilba held a special charity event in honour of Purple Day and the fight against epilepsy. As an official “Purple Day Ambassador” and mother, the reality TV star raised money at the launch of her newest single “Hero”– a song she wrote in honour of her son Chase and his battle with the disease. Chase also accompanied her on stage.
1) Gucci rep Payam Mirzaei and Thierry Mugler rep Yana Chu hand out samples of this season’s hottest fragrances at The Bay Pretty Please night. 2) Helping make guests feel glam at the Pretty Please beauty night are The Bay beauty reps Peggy Sinclair, left, Nathan Culver, Kathryn Wall and Renee Cherrier. 3) Singer Christi Hall, left, cuddles up to mom Dana Hall who also happens to be The Bay store manager and main organizer of the Pretty Please evening. Christi also serenaded mom with a special song written just for her in honour of Mother’s Day. 4) Prada rep Anna Lambert shows off some “Prada Candy” perfume which has some sexy-sweet notes and a fabulous pink tote to match. 5) Real Housewives of Vancouver star and singer Mary Zilba poses with her handsome sons Chad, left, Cole and Chase at the launch of her newest single “Hero.” 6) CTV news gals Sarah Galashan, left, and Keri Adams are more than impressed with Mary Zilba and her beautiful song dedication to her son Chase. 7) Real Housewives of Vancouver cast member Christina Kiesel , left, and friend Nadia come out in support of the fight against epilepsy.