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January 31, 2017

Philanthropic Society Los Angeles + Carolina Herrera Gala

Carolina Herrera, Rochelle Gores Fredston & Jennifer Hale
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Zoe de Givenchy
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Sally Perrin
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Tobey Maguire
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Tatiana Sorokko
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Mira Sorvino
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Sylvester Stallone & Jennifer Flavin
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Rob Reiner & Michelle Reiner
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Christine Chiu
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Camilla Belle
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NJ Goldston
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Trisha Cardoso & Julia Sorkin
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Gelila Puck
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Quinn Ezralow
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Kendall Conrad
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Julie Jaffe & Jenna Grosfeld
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Jessica De Ruiter
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Alexandra Dwek
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Louise Roe
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Jennifer Meyer & Kelly Gores
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Monique Lhuillier & Rosetta Getty
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Elizabeth Stewart, George Kotsiopoulos & Angelique Soave
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Jacqui Getty
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Erica Pelosini
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Acclaimed designer Carolina Herrera jetted into town from New York last week to commemorate Philanthropic Society Los Angeles 6th annual Winter Gala, which she co-chaired with founder Rochelle Gores Fredston. The elegant black-tie affair took place on Thursday, January 26 at the Beverly Hills estate of Kelly and Alec Gores, drawing a crowd of notables including Sylvester Stallone, Monique Lhuillier, Rob Reiner, Mira Sorvino and Tobey MaGuire and Camilla Belle, who presented C magazine Founder + Editorial Director Jennifer Hale with the Philanthropic Visionary Award that evening. EpiPals founders Amanda and Catherina Gores also were honored, each receiving the NextGen Philanthropic Visionary Award. The women were recognized for their generous support for PSLA’s mission to aid community initiatives for thousands of at-risk youth. “I came for Jennifer and Rochelle,” Herrera told the Los Angeles Times. “I love PSLA because I’m always involved in charities for children and this one is an important one because there are a lot of abused children in the world and we have to get together and help them.” The designer’s signature glamorous-yet-contemporary gowns donned by many in attendance were a perfect fit for the honorary night. Since founding the nonprofit in 2011, Fredston has raised more than $14 million toward this important cause and has also partnered with Children’s Institute, Inc. and architect Frank Gehry to complete the CII community center in Watts.

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