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Plenty of Glitz

The fashion circus may have moved on to Europe, but there was still plenty of glamour to go around.

The Kering Foundation held its first Caring for Women Dinner at the Pool on Sept. 15, raising more than $3 million to combat violence against women. The black-tie affair had an impressive guest list, including Salma Hayek Pinault, François-Henri Pinault, Emma Watson and LeonardoDiCaprio, many of them dressed in the luxury group’s brands.

The Natural Resources Defense Council honored Anna Scott Carter at its annual comedy benefit on Sept. 21 at Cipriani South Street. And on the arts front, Creative Capital, which funds groundbreaking artists, held an inaugural banquet at Hutong on Sept. 20, while the IRL Gallery, a scrappy start-up from Brooklyn, celebrated its new home at the edge of Manhattan’s Chinatown on Sept. 16.

Jeremy O. Harris, in Gucci, at the Kering Foundation dinner.Credit…Krista Schlueter for The New York Times
Anna Wintour at the Kering Foundation dinner.Credit…Krista Schlueter for The New York Times

‘Penélope [Cruz] may not be my twin, but she is my style sister.’ — Salma Hayek Pinault at the Kering Foundation dinner.


Lydia Chen, in Taller Marmo, at the Kering Foundation dinner.Credit…Krista Schlueter for The New York Times
Latrice Ciricillo, in Alexander McQueen, at the Kering Foundation dinner.Credit…Krista Schlueter for The New York Times
Lauren Amos, in head-to-toe Balenciaga, at the Kering Foundation dinner.Credit…Krista Schlueter for The New York Times

‘The helmet is surprisingly light and comfortable. I would have kept it on all night if people could hear me.’ — Lauren Amos at the Kering Foundation dinner.


Kiki Kudo, in Comme des Garçons and P.A.M. x Vans, at the IRL Gallery.Credit…Rebecca Smeyne for The New York Times
Brian Close, in Snow Peak, at his art opening at the IRL Gallery.Credit…Rebecca Smeyne for The New York Times
Frantz Juin, in Fried Rice pants and Ralph Lauren sweater, at the IRL Gallery.Credit…Rebecca Smeyne for The New York Times
Everette Taylor, in a Basquiat jacket by Rome Pays Off and Yeezy boots, at the Creative Capital benefit.Credit…Gabby Jones for The New York Times

‘The theme was “Wild,” and I believe Basquiat was one of the wildest artists to have ever walked this earth.’ — Everette Taylor at the Creative Capital benefit.


Ed Burns and Christy Turlington, in Gucci, at the Kering Foundation dinner. Credit…Krista Schlueter for The New York Times
From left: Malik Roberts, in Acne; Michi Bowen, in Djerf Avenue; and Woodson Legrand at the IRL Gallery.Credit…Rebecca Smeyne for The New York Times
Hasan Minhaj, left, and Beena Patel, in Trina Turk, at the N.R.D.C. gala.Credit…Krista Schlueter for The New York Times
Nick Kroll, in a mint green suit, at the N.R.D.C. gala.Credit…Krista Schlueter for The New York Times
Jodie-Turner Smith, in Gucci, at the Kering Foundation dinner. Credit…Krista Schlueter for The New York Times
Lorraine O’Grady, in a Double D Ranch jacket, at the Creative Capital benefit. Credit…Gabby Jones for The New York Times

‘The entire structure of Creative Capital puts art and artists first. And then everything else is made to help.’ — Lorraine O’Grady


Bob Balaban at the N.R.D.C. gala.Credit…Krista Schlueter for The New York Times
Andra Day, in Alexander McQueen, at the Kering Foundation dinner.Credit…Krista Schlueter for The New York Times
Leyna Bloom, left, in Oscar de la Renta, and Kat Graham at the Kering Foundation dinner. Credit…Krista Schlueter for The New York Times
Joseph Cohen, in an Alex Ku jacket, at the Creative Capital benefit.Credit…Gabby Jones for The New York Times
Sunny Bates, in Arrey Berlin, at the Creative Capital benefit.Credit…Gabby Jones for The New York Times
Jordan Huelskamp, left, in an Acne dress with Paco Rabanne bag, and Elena Soboleva, in Prada, at the Creative Capital benefit.Credit…Gabby Jones for The New York Times

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