Katy Perry, John Legend to headline UNICEF Capri charity auction



“I’ve seen the craziest things. I have seen children in plastic bags wrapped in ordinary desk lamps to swaddle the children. They really try anything and everything, ”Klum said. Thinking of her over 10 years as an Ambassador, she added, “There are so many bad things going on in the world. But how can you ever say no

Shifting gears in her sparkling silver Elie Saab gown, the Making The Cut co-host also said picking the winner of Season 2 is a fierce victory as the show is about to launch its final episodes. “We fought until, I mean, maybe 2 or 3 in the morning? Because we all fought for our favorite which is great, ”she said. “It was not unanimous, which I like a lot too. Everyone has their ‘feist'[iness]’, especially Jeremy,’ referring to the show’s new judge, Moschino creator Jeremy Scott.

Klum was one of a slew of bold names who stood out in the well-heeled crowd, including the other half of Perry, actor Orlando Bloom, who took the stage to help bid on the Steve race car. McQueen fully restored, even sitting in the seat with a glass of champagne. Actress Vanessa Hudgens and model actor Jon Kortajarena (whose resourceful character tried to memorably woo Colin Firth’s character in Tom Ford’s A Single Man) also cheered on the crowds at the auction, which also included striking works of art by Andy Warhol and Alex Israel, a sketchbook by Pablo Picasso and a Carrera marble Mickey Mouse by Roman sculptor Gaultiero Vanelli. Dylan Penn, Natasha Poly, Emily Ratajkowski, Nicky Hilton Rothschild and Karolina Kurkova were also spotted during the evening.

In an unmissable Chartreuse Matičevski dress, Food Network star and founding board member of the Los Angeles Chapter of UNICEF, Sandra Lee, also walked the red carpet. The ex-girlfriend of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo took the arm of People magazine editor Dan Wakeford and his wife, actor Lucas Baker, who were part of a contingent of American guests as LouisaViaRoma is gearing up for its new online launch effort in the United States. month.

In a throwback to a group of Slim Aarons photographs that were also on sale during the evening, Perry, invoking the legendary style of Mediterranean glory, appeared on the red carpet, with Bloom, wearing a vintage black and cream. Couture Pierre Cardin dress with spectacular knotted sleeves.

Later on stage, she became the golden maid of the night in a gold sequined sheath with a flowing chiffon cape by Dolce & Gabbana. After Legend wowed the crowd with his standards and a particularly thoughtful post-pandemic rendition of George Harrison’s “Here Comes the Sun,” the crowd took to the stage for Perry’s set, the iPhones soar as they went. urges them with the familiar “Let’s Go All the Way Tonight. Cooing” Isn’t it so nice to go out with friends again “- after concluding Breakfast At Tiffany’s theme song with Legend – she turned launched into the ever more fitting “Firework” that echoed above the pink lights in the Italian night sky above.

This article originally appeared on THR.com.



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