The annual Angel Ball to benefit Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation brought out a long list of famous faces that support a great cause. Co-founded by Denise Rich, the foundation raised a whopping $3.7 million for cancer research, thanks to some of its biggest celebrity supporters who always make sure to get the word out.
Highlights of the gala night included great performances by Alicia Keys and Jamie Foxx. Of course, the gorgeous red carpet looks also showcased some drool-worthy jewelry. Here are some of the celebrities who wore accessories that stood out on the red carpet:
Wearing a revealing nude dress that showcased cleavage and legs, the hotel heiress looked beautiful at the ball. While she kept her dress and Christian Louboutin shoes very neutral, Paris added a touch of color by styling her outfit with a gorgeous necklace and earring set featuring pink diamonds and crystals.
Paris Hilton at the Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation Angel Ball 2014 at Cipriani Wall Street in Manhattan, New York City, on October 21, 2014
While Paris Hilton was sophisticated and girly, Alicia Keys was all about being fierce. Dressed in an oversized black frock that covered her growing baby bump, the singer rocked a silver statement necklace of multilayered chain links with coin embellishments. The heavy necklace was a great contrast to Alicia’s solid and simple dress, and it easily stood out on the glamorous red carpet.
Alicia Keys at the Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation Angel Ball 2014 at Cipriani Wall Street in Manhattan, New York City, on October 21, 2014
Reality star and momager Kris Jenner was not to be outdone, of course. The 58-year-old celebrity wore a bedazzling gown full of sparkly beads and sequins. This looks like a lovely and age-appropriate dress for Kris, who is sometimes caught wearing some of her daughters’ dresses. The beaded floor-length frock draped beautifully and was decorated with a brooch-like jewelry piece pinned to her navel.
Kris Jenner at the Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation Angel Ball 2014 at Cipriani Wall Street in Manhattan, New York City, on October 21, 2014
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