Mom’s Night Out!

 

When I have a free night, I love to take my girls to see the what I call is the tapestry of the city: culture, sports, and charity. Its Tuesday night, and that sometimes means “Lets go, Rangers.” This game was particularly amazing for VIP area of Madison Square Garden is brand new and looks like what I call the ‘Madison Square Garden Country Club’. We ate chicken from Jean George, lollipops, cappucinos to die for, soft serve ice cream, and sushi before the game. Of course, we feasted on popcorn during the game.

When in Rome…My youngest daughter tried everything. I mean, everything. And then if hockey and watching a fight with Sean Avery isn’t enough, Teddy sat near some of the “Gossip Girl” cast members. Chase Crawford she said has “good hair”. Even our fashion sense was commented on. Teddy wore a faux fur from Juicy Couture, and mustard dress from J Crew, while I stayed warm in Haute Hippie rabbit fur and a teeshirt.

We may not be the typical Rangers fans, but Im grateful Im able to show my girls how amazing New York City is. And the Rangers won: 4-3.

Just another night in the big city.




Posted on November 30, 2011 by , under HOME

Jimmy’s Little Helper

 

I wore these Jimmy Choo’s to the FIFi awards and they stole the show. At 4 inches, even Fergie loved them. They only been worn once and 100% proceeds  from the shoes are going to my Generosity account to build a clean water well in Ghana.

Check them out on my ebay account.

Help me help others. Love, Kelly




Posted on November 29, 2011 by , under HOME

White Tie Friday

 

For some it’s Black Friday, but for Christian girls it’s debutante time and cotillion time. This is a ‘coming out’ for girls in later years of high school and a wonderful old tradition to donate to the hospital. I got to attend with my twin at the piedmont club. Next year, make your own black tie or white tie party fund and  donate to your local hospital and kick off the holiday season with a little glamour.




Posted on November 28, 2011 by , under HOME

Happy Thanksgiving!

 

Expressing true gratefulness is difficult in one day, for grateful deeds span throughout the year. So along with your friends and family, wish everyone thanks. Donate to the needy and it will bring you joy as well as them. Be grateful !

Happy Thanksgiving!

From Kelly, Sea, & Teddy



Posted on November 24, 2011 by , under HOME

Quinn Murphy’s Holiday Liner, Lash & Glow

 




Posted on November 22, 2011 by , under HOME

Food Bank For New York City

 

I was honored to help this year at the Food Bank for New York. There is so much help needed and so many are still left hungry this Thanksgiving. Please donate and help feed a family this Thanksgiving. For those living in New York, please help your community. The Food Bank of New York is  in need of any donations possible to feed families in need. This is the time of year to be thankful for your blessings and to help others in need, even if it is for $1.

DONATE NOW

Posted on November 22, 2011 by , under HOME

Britney Spears’ Manager Takes New Client: ‘Real Housewives of New York’s’ Kelly Bensimon

Photo Credit : Jason Kempin/Getty Images

 

The reality star’s upcoming projects include a shoe line, a new book, and she’s developing a new TV show under her new management.

What is Kelly Killoren Bensimon up to now that she’s not returning to Bravo’s The Real Housewives of New York City? Apparently, the reality star has some big future plans and they include tapping one of the most well known managers in the entertainment business.

A former attorney, Rudolph was Britney Spears’ original manager and is credited with molding her into a star. They parted ways for a short time in 2007, but have since reunited. He has also represented a variety of other music clients and celebrities including Justin Timberlake, Nick Lachey, Jessica Simpson, Pauly Delvecchio, and Lindsay Lohan.

Bensimon’s upcoming projects include her shoeline with BBC International called “Kelly” debuting this spring; and a new healthy lifestyle book, “I Can Make You Hot!” with St. Martin’s Press, which will be available in April 2012. Also, her rep says that she has a new TV show in development, but was unable to tell THR any further details at this time.

She starred on the New York based Bravo reality series from Season 2 through Season 4. She’s best known by viewers for going toe-to-toe with Bethenny Frankel and appearing to have a nervous breakdown during a dramatic cast vacation on Season 3. This past September, Bravo decided not to renew her contract for Season 5 along with Jill Zarin, Alex McCord, and Cindy Barshop.

The former model and Elle Accessories editor was married to famous photographer, Gilles Bensimon, from 1997-2007. They have two daughters together.

THR has contacted Rudolph for comment, but he did not immediately respond to our request.

Former cast mate, Zarin, has also recently signed with new management, former The Hills cast member, Lo Bosworth, at Octagon Entertainment.




Posted on November 8, 2011 by , under KKB Blog

My Day Of Fun At The Florence Fuller Child Development Center

Being a mom of two girls, I know the importance of giving your kids the best opportunities to grow and learn. I’m very passionate about working with organizations that focus on children’s futures, and the Florence Fuller Child Developement Center  in Boca Raton does just that.

The high-quality early education programs offered at the Florence Fuller Child Developement Center fills a niche for economically struggling parents who have limited options for making the most of their children’s immense learning potential while giving them a foundation for success in school and in life. For all children, innovative socio-educational experiences improve academics and language, as well as help them become more emotionally adjusted. For less fortunate kids, programs like those provided by the Florence Fuller Child Developement Center , have been shown to provide significant differences in their lives, not just while in school, but for decades later.

It was such an honor to visit the Florence Fuller Child Developement Center to meet and play with the little kiddies! They are so lovable and reinforce why children desperately need the opportunity to obtain early education programs. Plus, it was down-right fun to hang out with some energetic kids for the day! (Loosing your adult inhibitions and acting like a kid every once in a while is good for your soul, too!)

My experience at the Florence Fuller Child Developement Center was so positive. Not only did I get to witness smiling little kids get their day brightened with a hug, but it also did a wonder on mine! I’ll always be a fan of centers like the Florence Fuller Child Developement Center because no child deserves to be stuck at home watching TV when they could be imagining, challenging their minds, and smiling all the way there and back.

THANK YOU FFCDC!



Posted on November 1, 2011 by , under HOME

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