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Sharon Stone joined with Louis Vuitton last night to unveil
a new line of vanity cases she designed for the luxury brand to benefit
the American Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR). The unveiling
took place at Cinema Against AIDS
Venice, a star-studded event, raising over $500,000 for the AIDS charity.
Hollywood actress Sharon Stone presented screen legend Clint Eastwood
with a special award at this year's Venice Film Festival. Eastwood
received the coveted Golden Lion Career Achievement award at the start
of this year's event on Wednesday.
Sharon Stone has adopted the baby of a Texas schoolgirl after suffering
a string of miscarriages. Stone, 42, said of her adopted son: "He's
my wonderful, precious little Buddha. He eats like a champion. He sleeps
peacefully and he's the apple of his daddy's eye." Stone, above,
and her husband Phil Bronstein, 49, decided to adopt the four-week-old
baby boy, called Roan, after a lawyer told them about the young
mother anxious to place her baby in a good home.
Sharon is taking her cues from Hollywood legend Ava Gardner as she luxuriates
in her prime at 42.
"To me, Ava Gardner was the most beautiful woman in the world
- and it's wonderful that she didn't cut up her face," says Stone.
"She addressed ageing by picking up her chin and receiving the light
in a better way. And she looked like a woman. She never tried to look
like a girl." Stone revealed her own top beauty tips use lots of
moisturiser and eat healthily adding that her husband, newspaper editor
Phil Bronstein, likes her with some flesh on her bones. She has also revealed
what she finds sexy in a man: "Humour, intelligence, wit, decency
and competence. The hopeless boy-man is not sexy to me any more."
Kazimir Malevich Sale Brings in 17 Million and Portion of Proceeds
Goes To amfAR
New York - Phillips International Auctioneers has set out to conquer the
American Art Market with the sale of the masterpiece "Suprematist
Composition" by the Russian painter Kazimir Malevich, that
went for more than 17 million dollars.
This painting is a pivotal work in the history of 20th century art.
Recently returned to the Malevich family by the New York Museum of Modern
Art (MoMA), the composition was presented to buyers, during the sale,
by the actress Sharon Stone, dressed from top to toe in red chiffon by
After the sale, Sharon Stone received a percentage of the auction's
proceeds as a donation on behalf of amfAR, for which she is a Chairman
of the Campaign for AIDS Research.
Julianne Moore and Sharon Stone Contribute to ShoppingTheWorld's Charity
Auction on eBay This Week
March 17 - 27: In honor of Oscar season and because fashion and film
are inextricably linked, ShoppingTheWorld.com has invited celebrities
to donate outfits from recent films, with 100 percent of the proceeds
from an auction going to the charity of the celebrity's choice.
Julianne Moore is offering a retro-styled suit from "End
of the Affair" designed by Oscar-winning costume designer Sandy
Powell to benefit Planned Parenthood. Sharon Stone is offering
an outfit designed by Ungaro from the movie "The Muse"
to benefit Planet Hope. Said Stone about the charity she co-founded
with sister Kelly: "Planet Hope provides dignity through jobs. It
is that important and that simple."
"We love the idea of auctioning fashion from film to benefit a good
cause," added ShoppingTheWorld.com founder Kimberly Brooks (who is
married to filmmaker Albert Brooks). "ShoppingTheWorld is all about
fashion, and I think this is a good way to raise awareness for us as observers
of global style while supporting a worthy cause. We're thrilled that eBay
could help us make it happen."
A former housekeeper for Sharon Stone, left, has been accused of stealing
more than $187,500 in jewellery and clothes from the actress.
Socorro Del Carmen Membrano, 48, pleaded not guilty yesterday when she
appeared in court in California.
Sharon Stone served as host and auctioneer at the second annual
Two By Two for AIDS and Art, a
black-tie dinner and art auction to benefit the American Foundation for
AIDS Research (amfAR) and the Dallas Museum of Art (DMA)
on Saturday, February 26. The event, which raised well over $1 million
for the two organizations, featured live, internet, and silent auctions
of a total of 120 works.
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