Style Watch

updated 11/28/2005 AT 01:00 AM EST

originally published 11/28/2005 AT 01:00 AM EST

These celebrity bargain hunters wore—and bought—designer goodies at the CFDA 7th on Sale Online benefit in New York City. Total raised? A chic $1.5 million for AIDS research

SCARLETT JOHANSON in Calvin Klein Collection

ELLEN POMPEO in Michael Kors

LEANN RIMES In Marc Jacobs

JENNIFER LOPEZ in Dolce & Gabbana

Behind the Seams

Eva Longoria gave good face—and lace—in a snug Michael Kors dress and Kara Ross jewelry at an N.Y.C. magazine event.

KITS AND MISSES: The lovely ladies known as Victoria's Secret angels do get help looking heavenly. This year's runway show wing bearers, including Gisele Bündchen, Heidi Klum and Tyra Banks, all wore makeup from Victoria's Secret Make Me Gorgeous Supermodel Makeup Kit. The 10-piece set is for sale and comes in colors that flatter every skin tone. "If you want the look of the show," says VS angel Adriana Lima, "you can buy the kit." As for getting the killer bod? You're on your own....
Victoria's Secret Make Me Gorgeous Supermodel Makeup Kit, $45;

MASSAGE A TROIS: Christina Aguilera wants to make sure her guests have a good time during—and after—her upcoming wedding to Jordan Bratman. The singer purchased 80 of Kama Sutra's Massage Cream Trios from Lemon Tree Bungalow in LA. and is leaving them as favors in all her guests' hotel rooms. Ought to be a feel-good affair....
Kama Sutra Massage Cream Trio, $22;

GIRLS IN DA HOODIE: The Pussycat Dolls are a burlesque cabaret act better known for what they're not wearing. However, the group's sweatshirt (emblazoned with lyrics from their hit single "Don't Cha") is gaining quite a fan club of celebs like Lindsay Lohan, Gwen Stefani and Sheryl Crow. It's the Pussycat's meow.
Pussycat Dolls sweatshirt, $49.95;

INTRODUCING Jennifer Meyer
CLAIM TO FAME: A former fashion publicist turned jewelry designer SIGNATURE STYLE: A single leaf and delicate diamond, turquoise pieces

Talk about turning over a new leaf. Last June, with no formal training in jewelry design, Jennifer Meyer left her job in fashion PR to create her own line. Only five months later her first piece, a single leaf pendant, is dangling from some pretty famous necks. "It's the ultimate!" says L.A.-based Meyer, 28, of seeing Jennifer Aniston wearing her jewelry on camera—in her upcoming film The Break Up—and off. Kate Hudson and Kirsten Dunst are also fans. "How much better do you get? It feels good when people like what you do," she says. Inspired in her new career by her grandmother, who taught art and designed jewelry, Meyer says, "I know how I feel when I put on a beautiful piece and I wanted to give people that."
Gold leaf earrings, $1,800 (left), gold rings, $125 each (right), turquoise leaf necklace, $2,250. "All my pieces are 18k gold because I like to feel the weight of something substantial." Kaviar and Kind, 310-659-8857.

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BOTTEGA VENETA BAG. We can always count on Jennifer Aniston to deliver simple, chic looks that are fabulous, but somehow Everygirl. During a recent jaunt to N.Y.C. to promote her film Derailed, the actress toted her trusty, year-old Bottega instead of swapping "It" bags daily. Part of Aniston's appeal is her accessibility—the bag's was less so at $1,950.

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