The Art of Elysium is a non-profit organization dedicated to enriching the lives of critically ill children through the arts.
I was honoured to wear an Elie Saab Spring 2011 look thanks to laChambre.
The look consisted of a blush embellished draped top paired with satin oversized blush pants.
Before you say it, yes the pants are way long, but I had rolled them up as high as I could and I wore my highest Louboutins.
Now I know the dilemma some celebs must face when they want to wear something so badly, but don’t want to ruin the look by altering it. The pants did look awesome in motion.
I tied my hair back into a loose bun and carried a Rafe New York clutch which I had purchased in Nordstrom the day before.
Inside the venue it was a mix of art deco, Spanish revival and California eclectic architecture set to resemble a dreamy afterworld thanks to the imagination of Cameron Silver (left), who was the recipient of this year’s ‘Visionary Award’ due to his support of the charity.
After a cocktail reception we took our seats for dinner, which was followed by a fashion show of cocktail dresses and gowns of vintage couture from Cameron’s Decades Boutique.
Estelle also got the crowd going by performing a few toe-tapping jams.
After an auction of paintings and speeches from the organisers and Elijah Wood, who was the recipient of the Art of Elysium Spirit Award for his ongoing support of the charity, was an after-party which saw celebrities dance the night away alongside go-go boys in hot silver-and-gold shorts.
If you would like to make a donation to the Art of Elysium check out their website.
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