The Center for Contemporary Arts, based in Bedminster, held its "Look Good, Feel Good" Spring Benefit, "She's All That," Sunday at the . The event included reality show celebrities, celebrity and fashion bloggers and many fashion and beauty vendors.
Among the special guests were Gayle Giacomo, star of the reality TV show, "Jerseylicious." Giacomo, a Bridgewater resident, is a the owner of the Gatsby Salon in Green Brook.
Another celebrity guest was Elisa Jimenez, an avant-garde designer and former contestant on the Bravo's "Project Runway."
Model and and TV personality Lea Rannells was a special guest, and worked the red carpet at the event.
The event was designed to be a look good, feel good experience, and a unique opportunity to rub elbows with celebrities and learn from the pros. Guests also enjoyed fabulous fashion and hair consults, make-up touch-ups, and shopping for trendy accessories, hot products, nail art and more.
Local shops and vendors displayed their services and products, including the in Basking Ridge, and Le Fashion Cottage in Bernardsville.
Events, Exhibits, Programs at Center for Contemporary Art
The Center for Contemporary Art, formerly known as the Somerset Art Association, is a vibrant regional art center with a comprehensive studio art school, professional exhibition program and important community outreach component.
An example of that outreach is a class for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), now open for registration, at The Center for Contemporary Art location at Burnt Mills Road in Bedminster. Thanks to funding from Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc., the CCA is able to offer this class free of charge to participants for a second year.
The class is offered for children ages 6 to 9, and takes place on five Wednesdays from 4 to 5 p.m. beginning on May 30, according to information from the CCA. Space is limited to eight students and available on a first-come first-served basis. Please contact The Center at 908-234-2345 for more information or register online.