Quintessentially and Harper’s Bazaar Raise Cash for Charity in Moscow

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The third annual Charity Bazaar pairs international glossy magazine Harper’s Bazaar and British premium concierge firm Quintessentially to raise funds for Planeta Mira, Life Line, Directorate of International Programs and supermodel Natalia Vodianova’s charitable foundation Naked Heart.

The Bazaar provides money to children suffering from serious diseases and the development of youth social projects. All 12 lots for the auction were presented by top luxury brands including Piaget, Chanel, Leviev, Versace Unique, Je T’aime, Golkonda, Soho Jewelery, Helen Yarmak, Alex Soldier, podium Jewelery, Stephen Webster, Prima Exclusive and two special lots from Natalia Vodianova and Harper’s Bazaar. Especially for Charity Bazaar, the event’s partner Martini Asti has given designer’s New Year tree to one of the charity organizations.

All of these luxurious handmade jewels helped raise more than $465,000.

The charity event took place in the fashionable opulent Ritz-Carlton Hotel, gathering a thrilling crowd of A-listers, celebrities and businessmen. Glamorous guests were treated with Amin Agalarov’s concert and the evening gowns and fur coats fashion show from world-renowned designer Gilles Mendel.

The fund-raising project was definitely a success raising not only money, but also awareness.

Naked Heart Foundation, www.nakedheart.org

Planeta Mira Charity Foundation, www.peaceplanet.ru

Life Line Charity Fund, www.life-line.ru

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