Kelly Ripa Kim Kardashian QVC Super Saturday public service announcement

Kelly Ripa (left) and Kim Kardashian (right) in the public service announcement promoting QVC's Super Saturday event. Photo courtesy of QVC

The tales of steals and deals from Super Saturday are so outlandish, they make people want to travel to the Hamptons from far and wide. Half-price Marc Jacobs? Hundred-dollar handbags? Donna Karan in the flesh, helping you shop? All true.

This widely publicized shopper's paradise, the proceeds of which benefit the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund (OCRF), happens in East Hampton, NY, this weekend.

If you're not lucky enough to get in on the action, don't fret: QVC is offering its own version of Super Saturday, with a special two-hour segment featuring red-carpet interviews with celebs at the sale as well as Super Saturday deals.

Starting at 2 pm this Saturday (July 31), QVC will offer fashion, jewelry, accessories, and home bits at half the suggested retail price, with net proceeds benefiting the OCRF.

Some of the brands available on QVC include Amrita Singh and Judith Ripka jewelry; Nars, Bare Escentuals, Tarte, and L'Oréal cosmetics; Theory fashion and more.

"'QVC Presents Super Saturday Live' continues to be one of our most exciting shows of the year," Claire Watts, president of QVC's U.S. commerce, said in a statement.



"To have the opportunity to work with OCRF and help raise money for such a great cause is truly amazing."

Kim Kardashian and devoted shopper Kelly Ripa appear in the public service announcement promoting QVC's event and both will be at Super Saturday. Ripa has served as the host of the event for the past six years and has been taken to task for her own haul.

"It's guilt-free shopping at bargain-basement prices," she said in a statement. "No husband can argue with that, not even my own!"

Super Saturday was founded in 1998 by Donna Karan and Harper's Bazaar editor Liz Tilberis, who was then suffering from ovarian cancer. She passed away one year later.

In other Hamptons news, read about the publication of "Grey Gardens" star Little Edie Beale's childhood diaries.