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Sharon and Jack Osbourne honored at 'Race to Erase M.S.' gala

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Sir Elton John and Taio Cruz entertained at the star-studded 20th anniversary "Race to Erase M.S." gala fundraiser Friday night in Los Angeles. Kelly Osbourne presented the charity's Medal of Hope to her mother, Sharon, and brother Jack. Charity founder Nancy Davis hosted and among those attending were fashion designers Tommy and Dee Hifiger and a host of celebrities including Rod and Penny Stewart, Neil Patrick Harris, Marg Hellenberger, Howie Mandel, Anne Heche, Cybill Shepherd, La Toya Jackson, Daisy Fuentes, Lisa Rinna, Harry Hamlin, Mel B, Victoria Justice, Cat Deeley, Aly Michalka, AJ Michalka, Bella Thorne, Ziggy Marley, Kristin Cavallari, Kathy Hilton, Camille Grammar and Kim Richards. [Society News L.A.]

Keira Knightley wore a custom Chanel gown to marry musician James Righton in the south of France over the weekend.  She accessorized with pink flowers in her hair, an antique necklace and blush ballet flats. [The Cut]

The body count has now reached 620 at the site of the garment factory that collapsed in Bangladesh in April. Meanwhile the International Labour Organization issued a plan on Saturday to improve worker safety. Among other things the plan, posted here, calls for structural inspections of all garment factories in Bangladesh and for the hiring of 200 additional plant safety inspectors. [WWD] (Subscription required)

WWD took a preview tour of the Costume Institute’s “Punk: Chaos to Couture” exhibition, which is scheduled to open to the public on Thursday at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Besides clothes from designers such as Vivienne Westwood, Versace and John Galliano for Christian Dior, it features toilets in a replica of the bathroom at CBGB, a New York nightclub that was a birthplace of punk. [WWD]

An exhibit at the Palais de Tokyo that traces the origins and mystique of classic fragrance Chanel No. 5 opened to the public in Paris on Sunday. [WWD]

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