With the so-called “War on Women” raging all this year, we’re left wanting to support the young ladies in our lives—while catching up with our closest social-circuit pals. Arden Wohl chairs the committee for tonight’s Girls Like Us benefit in support of Girls Educational and Mentoring Services along with fellow philanthropic types including model Karen Elson and (male) director Jesse Peretz. Hostess Jada Pinkett Smith, who knows a thing or two about raising self-confident young ladies—her daughter Willow is a brash and successful young recording artist—will keep things running smoothly as the likes of Natasha Lyonne and Stella Schnabel present readings about self-esteem. Read More
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