Celebrities and Designers Decorate Model Homes For Women in Need
Posted on November 11, 2009
Celebrities and designers decorated houses to raise money for Women In Need, Inc. (WIN), an organization that provides housing, help and hope to New York City women and their families who are homeless and disadvantaged. The houses are being auctioned off online in an auction that runs until November 30th. Houses were designed by Sean Avery; Lidia Bastianich; the Beckham family; Halle Berry; Mary J. Blige; Chris "Ludacris" Bridges; Bobbi Brown; Cast of the Broadway Musical Hair; Cast of the Broadway play Race; Cast of the Broadway play Superior Donuts; Sean "Diddy" Combs; Oscar de la Renta; Cheyenne Jackson; Donna Karan; Monica Rich Kosann; Dylan Lauren; Richard Leach for Park Avenue Autumn; Deborah Lloyd for Kate Spade; Jennifer Lopez; Isaac Mizrahi; Moby; Debra Messing; Josie Natori; George Rodrigue; Cameron Silver for Decades; Justin Timberlake & Trace Ayala; Today Show Anchors; Diane Von Furstenberg and Vera Wang. Parsons The New School for Design collaborated on several of the house designs.
Diddy's house feature a black helicopter on top.
Isaac Mizrahi designed his house to be like a jewelry box that opens up. It's fabulous. Bidding is already at $1,750 for Isaac's house.
Bobbi Brown's house designed for WIN resembles her makeup collections.
All the WIN celebrity designed houses can be found on Charity Buzz.