On Saturday, the ladies wore pink — at least, Jennifer Garner and Rachel Zoe did, as they co-hosted Elyse Walker’s 10th annual Pink Party at Santa Monica Airport’s Hangar 8.
This year’s philanthropic party raised more than $1.8 million, benefiting the Women’s Cancer Program (WCP) at the Cedars-Sinai Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute. Since the event’s inception 10 years ago, it has helped raise more than $11.5 million to support the program dedicated to cancer research and treatment.
Having taken part in the fashionable charity event in past years, Garner expressed hope for breast cancer cure in the near future. “Getting a tour [at Cedars-Senai], you realize that there is a cure,” the Men, Women & Children star, who arrived in a bright rosy Christian Dior dress and Christian Louboutin heels, told reporters on the carpet. “We’re so close, and it’s just about having these great minds in the same place, at the same time, and to see the different hospitals doing different cancer research, all collaborating all over the world. It’s so inspiring.”
One of those great minds included attendee Dr. Beth Y. Karlan, a renowned and leading expert in women’s cancers, who has been at the forefront of developing research programs and diagnosis to fight the deadly disease with the funds raised from the Pink Party. Read More »
Jennifer attended the 10th anniversary Pink Party hosted by Jennifer Garner and Rachel Zoe at HANGAR 8 on October 18 in Santa Monica.
– Charity Functions 2014 10th Pink Party
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– Magazine Scans In Style – November 2014
This year and last year Jen attended Day of Indulgence. Held at producer Jennifer Klein’s Los Angeles home, the star-studded list of attendees included Kerry Washington (in Parker), Zoe Saldana, Kristen Bell (in Wayf), Jennifer Lopez, Amy Adams, Selena Gomez, Leslie Mann, and more, who took part in an all-girls afternoon filled with shopping, sweet treats, and luxurious spa treatments.
“I just look around and I see women I know from like all different parts of my life,” says Jennifer Garner, who helped stuff gift bags in years past. “Leaving the house on a Sunday and having time with other women. That is the indulgence.”
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– Magazine Scans Elle – November 2014
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– Magazine Scans Time – October 20 2014
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Jennifer Garner, who stars in the new movie about the perils of the internet Men, Women & Children, has nothing particular against porn. She just doesn’t want her three kids to see it online before she’s had a chance to talk to them about sex. “I really hope my kids don’t run across stuff online that could appear violent to them,” she said in an interview with TIME.
Garner, who admits she takes a pretty disciplined approach to bringing up Violet, 9, Seraphina, 5 and Sam, 2, says she’s done a lot of thinking about how to teach her kids, especially her daughters about sex: she’s attended talks, she’s read books and she’s talked to experts, but says she’s still no quite sure what’s the right approach. Her own mother and father, whom she calls “the best parents in the world,” have still never talked to her about it. “I’m waiting for The Talk, mom, dad,” she jokes in the interview, which TIME subscribers can read here.
Of her kids, Garner says, “I want them to see sex as something joyful, as a gift, as a celebration of love and of their bodies. And I’ve never thought about that before, but it makes me feel really cool and hippie-ish to even think of it that way.”
Elsewhere in the interview Garner says she’s not nearly as connected online as her husband, Ben Affleck, and although she doesn’t want her kids to enter the digital world just yet, he may have other ideas. “It’s definitely a team sport, parenting,” she says.
While Garner says she quickly closes pages that have any mention of her or her family on them, she does sometimes take online courses. She was an active participant in a course run by New York Times writer Nick Kristof when his and his wife Sheryl WuDunn’s book Half the Sky came out. Anonymously, of course.
Because on the Internet, nobody knows you’re a movie star.