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Married to Medicine Houston” starlets fete Hollywood themed costume party at Bar Bleu

Reality television stars attend West University “Holly ween” party benefiting breast cancer foundation

Great photos of you & your friends from our event on Saturday Bar Bleu~ thank you to from the Houston Chronicle:

#MarriedtoMedicine Houston starlets fete #Hollywood themed costume party at Bar Bleu Movie & Reality TV television stars attend Rice Village West University “Holly ween” party benefiting breast cancer foundation

By Amber Elliott

“Reportedly, 8 Marilyn Monroes, 12 Audrey Hepburns, 3 Grace Kellys, one Donald Trump, and 2 Karl Lagerfelds walked into a bar – Bar Bleu, to be specific – last Saturday night.

The occasion? The Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation cleverly coined “Holly ween” as the name of its first-ever Hollywood-themed Halloween Soiree.

Cindi Rose--photo by Herb Hochman
Cindi Rose–photo by Herb Hochman

Founder Cindi Rose named the non-profit after her sister, Holly Harwood Skolkin, who lost her battle with breast cancer, some 10 years ago. The organization supports the disease’s survivors by providing them with free breast reconstruction, college scholarships, and more.

Rose, who cameos in Bravo Media’s upcoming “Married to Medicine Houston,” dressed as Jessica Rabbit for the West University bash. Dr. Monica Patel, another of the show’s stars, was a dead ringer for reality show queen Kim Kardashian despite Patel’s bright blonde wig.

Neal Hamil presided over the fundraiser chaired by Tracy Faulkner and Executive Director Lily Paxson. Rosemarie Johnson was honored on behalf of her mother, Dolores Davis.

Lily-Paxson--photo by Herb Hochman
Lily-Paxson–photo by Herb Hochman

More than $30,000 was raised to further the foundation’s mission.”

Read the story in it’s entirety and view the slideshow of photos:

Jason Gibson, Aries Milan, Jonathan Blake, Corbett Daniel Parker, and Madellaine Paxson - Celebrity Costume Judges - photo by Herb Hochman
Movie Star Jason Gibson, Aries Milan, Jonathan Blake, Corbett Daniel Parker, and Madellaine Paxson – Celebrity Costume Judges – photo by Herb Hochman

Even MORE photos via photographer Jaquel Andrews/ BethieLife available on her blog:
“Get out your costumes everyone because Halloween is coming soon and so the parties are beginning!! The Hollywood Hollyween Bash held at Bar Bleu benefiting the Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation was a people-watching costume bonanza!! The evening honored Rosemarie Johnson, on behalf of her mother Dolores Davis, with Master of Ceremonies Neal Hamil taking the helm during the super fun costume contest. There were Audrey Hepburns, Marilyn Monroe’s and so much more to choose from! Guests celebrated the excitement of Old Hollywood glam, walking the rose colored carpet to get that true Bar Bleu VIP experience like a star. The evening included amazing dance tunes by DJ Senega, Hollywood impersonators, a Brando Cigar and Scotch bar, live auction and Houston stars everywhere. So fun!! I decided to follow the yellow brick road to this rose carpet in my Dorothy costume. I love Halloween!

Master of Ceremonies: Neal Hamil/Chairs: Tracy Faulkner and Tiffany Taylor/Honoree: Rosemarie Johnson/Honorary Star and Starlet: Dr. Franklin and Cindi Rose/Director: Nancy Golden/Producer: Lily Paxson/Holly Hope Ambassador: Hollie Wells” – via Beth Meuke

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Photos by Daniel Ortiz

ABOUT THE HOLLY ROSE RIBBON FOUNDATION: The Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation was established in 2004 in honor of Holly Harwood Skolkin and now in her memory by Houston Plastic Surgeon Dr. Franklin Rose and silhouette artist Cindi Rose. The Holly Rose Ribbon Foundation is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization that provides 100% free reconstructive surgery to un-insured and under-insured post-cancer patients at no-cost to the survivor. We also offer grief counseling, college scholarships to cancer survivors or to those who have lost a parent to cancer, and arts in medicine activities for children currently undergoing cancer treatment at area hospitals in Houston, Texas.

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