Key to the Cure

Annual breakfast event raises more than $100,000 to benefit women’s cancer research

Saks Fifth Avenue hosted the annual Key to the Cure on Oct. 5. The well-attended breakfast event drew more than 200 guests and raised $100,000-plus to benefit women’s cancer research, specifically breast and ovarian cancer, at TGen. Dr. Jeffrey Trent, TGen president and research director, and Dr. Will Hendricks, assistant professor, Integrated Cancer Genomics Division, were the featured speakers.

A fashion show followed, highlighting “Best of Saks” trends and Zang Toi fashions from his Spring 2019 collection.

Lisa Portigal, Jan Lewis and Mary Ellen McKee co-chaired the event.

HAUTE EVENT PHOTOGRAPHY

Angela Zdrale, Saks Fifth Avenue marketing manager

Erin Gogolak and Carrie Hulburd; Lauri Termansen and Libby Cohen

Dr. Jeffrey Trent and Jacquie Dorrance

Zang Toi on the runway

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