Guests included Leonardo DiCaprio (not photographed as usual), Rita Ora (who wore a custom David Korma gown with a serpentine neckline) , feathered mermaid hem and matching opera gloves), Tobey Maguire, Naomi Watts (in a sheer patterned Roberto Cavalli gown), Billy Crudup, Luke Evans, Edward Enninful Obe, Karolina Kurkova (in a mercury-like The metallic Dolce & Gabbana leggings and tunic set), Maxwell, Kygo, Liya Kebede, Kiernan Shipka and Georgia Palmer. Everyone arrived around 8pm, and the cocktail hour was dotted with a few of the evening’s auctions – Steve McQueen’s own 56 Cooper T-56 Formula Junior race car by year old Diptych to the Hero of Persia, 2022 by painter prodigy Andres Valencia and Iranian artist Soraya Sharghi . Guests scout for available items before taking their seats in dinner tents bathed in blue light reminiscent of nearby waters.
“The partnership between LuisaViaRoma and UNICEF over the past five years has shown that solidarity really makes a difference in the lives of many children around the world,” said daughter Luisa Panconesi. Andrea and the individual who conceived the partnership with Tommaso Chiabra. Dressed in a flowing white gown, she thanked everyone in the room and encouraged them to dig deeper in the ensuing auction. “There is no future without children, and your generosity will help UNICEF continue to provide care and protection for the world’s most vulnerable.”
Entertaining Simon de Pury; Take the mallet and encourage the audience to raise their paddles. However, he has the help of a series of star assistants. Rita Ora introduced the work of Chris Levine, serenading the crowd with ABBA’s “Money, Money” in acapella. Event co-chair Karolina Kurkova impressed the audience, and given the current geopolitical situation in Iran, Soraya The importance of Sharghi’s painting. It sold quickly, like all other lots gobbled up by the deep pockets, and the guests were delighted to gain magnanimous status (and bragging rights) among their fellow partygoers.
At midnight, attendees were rewarded with a musical finale. Wearing high-heeled thigh-high boots, a satin coat, and a diamond-encrusted top, Kravtiz was more like a necklace, Rocking on stage; he opens with “American Woman,” then improvises with his guitarist and saxophonist, and closes with “It Ain’t Over ‘Til It’s Over.” With the quintessential rock star With swagger, instead of greeting the crowd (he’s too cool for the format), he has guests standing on their dinner chairs and dancing to the beat.
after a short pause, Drake came out, promising to keep the party going since it was past midnight. In a real way, he injected a little emotion into his scene, wishing all the guests a Happy New Year and sending out He performed a mash-up of snippets from his hits (“God’s Plan,” “One Dance”), ending with an unexpected song he didn’t actually perform himself; instead, he Audiences are encouraged to participate in Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You.” With a crowd of all ages and nationalities, it’s a shared moment; this much-loved tune is one that absolutely everyone knows the lyrics to, so Most people did sing along. A reminder of the importance of being together and this moment was the perfect way to end the night.