Lovely Ladies! Kaia Gerber, Jaime King & Coco Rocha Go Glam For Charitable NYC Gala: Photos
Several celebs dressed to the nines to attend the DKMS 30th Anniversary Gala on October 28.
Held at Cipriani in New York City, the event raises money to "provide blood cancer patients with a second chance at life" through stem cell and bone marrow donations.
Scroll down to see who came out for the charitable night!
The young model was standing tall in a black sequined floor-length dress by Marc Jacobs that featured a tailored waistline. The American Horror Story alum went for a natural look for her hair and makeup and donned a few Tiffany & Co. jewels.
"Gorgeous. glamorous. chic," the designer gushed of her presence, while pal Delilah Belle wrote on her social media post, "This dress ❤️🔥 your face 🔥 the organization 🙌."
For Geber, the event was more than just an excuse to get all dolled up.
"So honored to have attended the 2021 @dkms_us gala in new york last night with my @marcjacobsfragrances and @cotyinc family. over the past 30 years, DKMS has registered 11 million blood stem cell donors," she wrote on Instagram. "More than 95,000 of these donors have selflessly given a part of themselves to save the life of a stranger. patients around the world are still searching for their lifesaving donors. link in my bio to learn more about this cause and to register to help those in need find a match ❤️ #swabtosavelives."
The Hart of Dixie actress turned heads in a floor-length number by Rani Zakhem. She accented the red and black off-the-shoulder dress with a pair of gloves by Dolce & Gabanna.
Photographer Abby Drucker documented the mom-of-two getting ready via social media, captioning some pictures of the star, "Once a Muse Always a Muse Reunited after 2 Years."
She didn't come to play! The fashion guru's black Christian Siriano outfit featured sheer sleeves adorned with lots of tulle.
"Ready to hit the town dressed up in @csiriano and @luminousdiamonds," she said of her look, having picked out her jewelry that same day.
To learn more about DKMS and how you can help or donate, click here.