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Courteney Cox and Nicole Kidman curate sales on Rue La La

Doing A Little Good- Courteney Cox – A Curated Boutique to Benefit EBMRF

This post has been updated. See correction below.

Members-only shopping destination Rue La La has teamed up with celebrity moms Courteney Cox and Nicole Kidman to curate online boutiques for the fashion site. The boutiques will feature the actresses' most coveted style items for moms and kids. Judging by each of their styles, there’s bound to be some interesting finds.

[For the record, 7:19 p.m.: Courteney Cox's first name was misspelled in an earlier version of this post and headline.]

All of the proceeds from Cox’s and Kidman’s curated sales go to charities of their choice.

Cox’s casual California style is apparent in her picks (comfy and durable jeans from Joe’s for the kids and a vintage Chanel bag for Mom).

Cox has chosen Epidermolysis Bullosa Medical Research Foundation, an organization that does research to determine causes and cures for epidermolysis bullosa --  a rare genetic disorder characterized by blister formations after minor trauma to the skin. Cox became aware of the disease after her manager’s nephew was born with the condition. Her sale starts this evening at 5 p.m. PST.

Kidman’s sale is set to happen sometime in the next month and will no doubt feature a few more fancy items along the lines of her sophisticated style. All proceeds from her sale will benefit Stanford University’s Women’s Cancer Center.

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-- Melissa Magsaysay

Photo: Courtney Cox with children at the Epidermolysis Bullosa Medical Foundation. Credit: Rue La La

 
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