Vanity Fair and United Way Raise Awareness in Sagaponack

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This weekend, celebrities and socialites took a break from their not-so-busy August schedules to do what they do best— go to parties, of course! Saturday evening, however, guests convened in Sagaponak for a good cause. Vanity Fair and United Way of New York teamed up for an event to raise awareness about hunger in New York City. The party was hosted by Julianne Moore, fresh from her recent Big Lebowski reunion, and Top Chef star Tom Colicchio.

Other guests included Fern Mallis, Baroness Dini von Mueffling, Christy Turlington, Mickey and Leila Strauss, Jennifer Jones Austin and Bart Freundlich.

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