If you happened to hit G-Shock’s 30th Anniversary—also known as Shock The World Party—at Pier 36 in NYC last night, you weren’t only treated to beautiful NYC-based supermodels catwalking around the room, but you also got treated to a somewhat private show thanks to none other than Eminem! God damn!
I’m surprised Eminem left his luxurious L.A. cave to hit up a corporate party in NYC! It turns out the guy has his own limited edition G-Shock watch hitting stores soon. Lookout for that.
As for these latest pics, ‘X-Men’ star James Marsden pimped his favorite G-Shock watch as he stood alongside Canadian model Jessica Stam, who rocked the latest watch in the Baby-G collection.
Here’s a clip of Eminem’s performance (‘Won’t Back Down’ is below, other songs via YouTube: ‘Not Afraid‘, ‘No Love‘), ‘Kill You‘, and ‘WTP‘):
The Discover Many Hopes Charity Event was held at the Altman Building in New York City. Many Hopes was founded by Thomas Keown and the event is to help raise awareness of child exploitation in Kenya. Hosted by Jessica Stam, Jessica Szohr, and Zachary Levi, the event included a presentation, silent auction, and performances by Chloe Flower and Leela James, DJ The Jane Doze and Dj Zeke. For more information and to learn how you can get involved, visit Many Hopes.
The Samsung Hope For Children Gala took place at Cipriani Wall Street in NYC. The event honored Tony Bennett and John Legend, raising $1.5 million to benefit children’s health, education and sustainability programs. Also in attendance were the likes of Chelsea Clinton, Drew Brees, Jimmie Johnson, Boomer Esiason, Robin Thicke, Rob Thomas, Estelle and host Sherri Shepherd. In addition there were special performances by Matchbox Twenty, Robin Thicke and Estelle. Tim Baxter, president of Samsung Electronics America, presented the Samsung Hope for Children Ambassador Award to John Legend for his work with the Show Me Campaign. For more information, visit Samsung Hope For Children.
Rather than the gowns and dresses worn by the majority of the attendees, Jessica Stam and Karolina Kurkova decided to go short and put on display their sexy long legs. Jessica Stam arrived wearing Rebecca Minkoff while Karolina Kurkova wore Michael Kors. As for the show, Hillary Clinton presented Oscar de la Renta with his Founder’s Award while Vera Wang received a Lifetime Achievement Award. Winners from the “Oscars of fashion” included Thom Browne for Menswear Designer of the Year, Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez of Proenza Schouler for Womenswear Designers of the Year and Philip Lim for Accessories Designer of the Year. For more information and coverage, visit the CDFA Fashion Awards website.
Pictured with Terry Richardson:
Row 1: Kate Upton, Gisele Bundchen, Lily Donaldson, Lily Aldridge
Row 2: Barbara Palvin, Candice Swanepoel, Miranda Kerr, Doutzen Kroes
Row 3: Magdalena Frackowiak, Anja Rubik, Emily DiDonato, Eniko Mihalik
Row 4: Jessica Miller, Lindsey Wixson, Joan Smalls, Jessica Stam
Terry Richardson has the best job in the world getting some of our favorite models to strip off their clothes to pose in front of his camera. Our assumption is that he’s banged most of these chicks and they’ve willingly allowed him to perform kinky sex acts that we could only imagine. There must be a whole catalog of sex photos somewhere on his personal hard drive. We figured to display just how much jealousy towards Terry we should have given that he’s had the hotties above, more in the Gallery, and others who we didn’t post, visit his studio and get either completely naked or damn near close to it. Check out all of Terry’s exploits, including the NSFW stuff, at Terry’s Diary.
And here’s a video of Terry getting a B12 shot performed by the beautiful Miranda Kerr:
while eating a Bastardly Certified lunch by Jackson6
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Pictured: Bar Refaeli, Jena Sims, Jessica Stam, Karolina Kurkova, Nicole Trunfio, Natasha Poly
We’ve already had two posts covering The 2012 Angel Ball in New York City, on one hand featuring Irina Shayk and Bar Refaeli and on the other Kim Kardashian and Kanye West; who knows how the latter two got on the invite list. Anyways, this post is completely Kardashian-free and rather we’ll mention that The Angel Ball raised funds for cancer research and honored the philanthropic legacies of Bonnie Pfeifer Evans and the Charles Evans Foundation and the Lester and Sue Smith Foundation. For more info, visit the Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation for Cancer Research website.
while eating a Bastardly Certified lunch by Jackson7
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Pictured: Anna Kendrick, Chrissy Teigen, Dianna Agron
Taking place last night was the fundraiser benefit for The High Line in New York City. Basically the maintenance and operations of the park aren’t free so organizers had this carnival event, presented by Coach, for the second year. Basically you had a fortune teller, boardwalk games, and a bunch of food and drinks. Tickets started at $150 a pop and we’re sure the ladies in this post all got paid to appear rather than pay to support the cause. Click here for more information.
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Pictured: Elettra Weideman, Jessica Stam, Kate Mara
As we mentioned in our Candice Swanepoel post for the 2012 CFDA Fashion Awards, there were many attendees. Here’s our first batch of ladies who hit the red carpet. Needless to say none these ladies actually won or for that were nominated for any of the awards handed out last night but we’re sure they probably wear a bunch of the stuff those honored are responsible for desigining. Once again, check out a complete list of winners and nominees. For more info, visit the CFDA official website.