Brr! Stars Let It Snow At UNICEF Snowflake Ball

The UNICEF Snowflake Ball, at Cipriani 42nd Street, is a Big Deal for the philanthropic set - and a perfect chance to wear lots and lots of winter white! And let's not forget all that frosty crystal! (Sandra Lee...)

Brr! Stars Let It Snow At UNICEF Snowflake Ball

I'm guessing Sandra Lee was troubled by the somewhat minimal adoption of the "snowflake" motif, complete lack of tablescapes, and sought to remedy things with her choice of gown.


Brr! Stars Let It Snow At UNICEF Snowflake Ball

Hillary Gumbel, meanwhile, did Grecian Winter Wonderland.


Brr! Stars Let It Snow At UNICEF Snowflake Ball

Can I tell you how much I love that Lauren Bush is rocking the eccentric Italian widow from a Fellini film look? (The bag, one supposes, is Unicef-related.)


Brr! Stars Let It Snow At UNICEF Snowflake Ball

Wonder what her cousin Jenna thinks? Gotta say, she's looking understated-holiday chic.


Brr! Stars Let It Snow At UNICEF Snowflake Ball

As for Barbara (with a classically-clad Maggie Betts ), that icy smile really says it all.


Brr! Stars Let It Snow At UNICEF Snowflake Ball

Alicia Blythewood does classic 60's benefit - complete with cruel under-arm abrasion.


Brr! Stars Let It Snow At UNICEF Snowflake Ball

Deborah Roberts may get the prize for best holiday-ball attire: can you beat metallic brocade for classic regal and sheer weight?


Brr! Stars Let It Snow At UNICEF Snowflake Ball

Ok, her or Gillian Miniter.


Brr! Stars Let It Snow At UNICEF Snowflake Ball

Annette Lauer: ready for the Ascotte Gavotte, the licorice candy stick, the 80s and, apparently, the charity ball.


Brr! Stars Let It Snow At UNICEF Snowflake Ball

Model Dayle Haddon has that deer-in-a-headlights look of one in a classic Marilyn gown and a miniature bag.


Brr! Stars Let It Snow At UNICEF Snowflake Ball

I know how Muffie Potter Aston feels: I'm always the gnome in pix, even when the other isn't as tall as Somers Farkas. Well, except for feeling like a full-time socialite in shantung benefit-wear, that is.


Brr! Stars Let It Snow At UNICEF Snowflake Ball

Singer Chrisette Michele's pompadour and Lillian Russell silhouette make for a pleasantly retro bombshell effect, no?
that is.


Brr! Stars Let It Snow At UNICEF Snowflake Ball

David Duchovny's all, "I'm a sex addict, get me out of here!" Tea Leoni's all, "not a chance."



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