QVC is Getting Red Carpet Ready for the Oscars with Deals on Fashion & Jewelry

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Discount shopping powerhouse QVC is getting ready to roll out the red carpet for viewers in preparation of this weekend’s Oscars. QVC will be broadcasting  “Buzz on the Red Carpet – Live from LA” to  take viewers behind-the-scenes with exclusive content from top fashion designers, beauty newsmakers, celebrities and more.”  There will be two live broadcasts, this Friday at 9 p.m. (ET) and Saturday at 8 p.m. (ET). To celebrate the occasion, QVC is having an online contest to giveaway a $750.0 gift bag similar to the kind celebrities will receive at the awards.  To enter, go to QVC and tell them who you hope to see on the Red Carpet. 

I’ll be a the party this Friday at the Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills to see for myself what QVC has on offer.  One thing I hope to see is the Jacqueline Kennedy jewelry collection.  “Gossip Girl” actress Kelly Rutherford will debut her luxury handbag line during the Saturday broadcast.

“Much like New York during Fashion Week, there is no place like Los Angeles during awards season,” QVC U.S. CEO Claire Watts said. “’The Buzz’ on the Red Carpet broadcast aims to offer engaging programming that takes our viewers where they want to go. With our lineup of personalities and industry experts, we feel confident that this season will be full of excitement for our customers.”

Fashion designers including Isaac Mizrahi, Dennis Basso and Marc Bouwer are scheduled to appear during the broadcasts along with Lori Goldstein, the Kardashians and Melania Trump. The Kardashians I can live without, but I’d like to see what  Isaac Mizrahi and Marc Bouwer have to help us all get Red Carpet ready!  I think the Marc Bouwer collection has some great pieces at great prices. Visit qvc.com/redcarpet to learn more.


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