Dressed To Kilt 2010 Brings Out The Scottish In Everyone

by LIZ JENEAULT · April 6, 2010

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Celebrities hit the Dressed to Kilt runway last night in traditional tartans, feather embossed hats, and kilts for the eighth annual charity event at M2 Lounge.


The "Scottish evening of fashion and fun" was held to benefit Wounded Warriors and The Friends of Scotland--an organization that raises funds for injured soldiers in Scotland and the United States.

Guests joined in on the plaid-craze by adorning themselves in "Mad for Scotland" attire. However, the most "eccentric clothing award" of the night goes to  Mike Meyers - his bright blue shirt was not part of traditional Scottish attire. The runway hosted famous models for the night such as  Joan Jett, Alan Cumming and Al Roker as well as heroes for a lifetime like the four wounded veterans who proudly displayed their Celtic heritage and indomitable spirits as they modeled kilts, strutting in the runway with artificial limbs amid wild cheers from a supportive crowd.

Prior to the runway show, guests enjoyed  the sounds of violinists over cocktails. And as the fashion show began, guests were captivated by Kellie Pickler and Kelly Bensimon, both of whom graciously swung dresses down the runway.

The event, hosted by Sir Sean Connery (who auctioned off his super sexy voice for a special guest's answering machine), drew in celebrities such as Donald Trump and Kyle Maclachlan.