Sharon Stone wows in white gown at Cannes Film Festival

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Sharon Stone ruled the red carpet on the final night of the Cannes Film Festival.

The 63-year-old actress oozed glamour in a white Dolce & Gabbana gown — featuring a high slit and body-skimming silhouette — at the festival’s closing ceremony and screening of “OSS 117: From Africa With Love.”

Stone looked every bit the queen of the red carpet that she was — waving to fans and blowing kisses to the crowd with a wide smile that never seemed to leave her face.

Hairstylist Franck Provost created Stone’s flawless waves, while makeup artist Nicolás Berreteaga whipped up the star’s natural beauty look.

“Sharon – the older she gets, the more beautiful she shines,” one fan wrote on Twitter after Stone shared the details of her look.

“Stunning spirit shining through a beautiful body,” another commented.

“Oozing radiant energy,” another person wrote.

The “Basic Instinct” star is “definitely having a hot girl summer,” a source told Page Six earlier this month.

The Hollywood icon has been wowing fans with her fashions — including a statement-making floral Dolce & Gabbana gown at another Cannes event and a yellow bikini for a recent day of lounging — as well as her personal life.

As Page Six recently revealed, the star has been “hanging out” with 25-year-old-rapper-RMR — though he wasn’t seen at Cannes with her.

“They’re enjoying each other’s company right now and hanging out,” a source told Page Six. “They’re having a great time together.”

On Cannes’ final night, Stone co-presented the Palme d’Or — the biggest award at Cannes — to the film “Titane,” after legendary director Spike Lee mistakenly revealed the winner earlier in the evening.

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Sharon Stone & More Stun At 2021 amfAR Gala

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See Sharon Stone's Son Now at 21 in a Rare Photo

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Sharon Stone has been a Hollywood mainstay for the past 40 years. But despite starring in dozens of movies and doing hundreds of interview, Stone has managed to keep much of her personal life to herself. In fact, you probably forgot she was the mother of three boys. Recently, the actor revealed a whole lot more about her life in her 2021 memoir The Beauty of Living Twice, in which she said she was tricked into filming her infamous Basic Instinct scene without underwear and she was pressured to sleep with a co-star for the sake of onscreen chemistry. But the 63-year-old legend is now revealing the happier aspects of her life behind-the-scenes, including her role as a mother; her oldest son, Roan Bronstein Stone, even made a rare appearance with her at a gala at the Cannes Film Festival on July 16. Read on to see Stone and her oldest son now, and to find out more about her other children.

Read the original article on Best Life.

Roan—who Stone adopted with her second husband, investigative journalist Phil Bronstein, in 2000—accompanied his mom to the amfAR Annual Cinema Against AIDS gala at the Cannes Film Festival in the South of France on July 16, clad in a navy and black tux.

Stone wore a purple gown, and the two happily posed for photos on the red carpet.

When Bronstein and Stone divorced in 2004 after getting married in 1998, the judge ruled that Roan should primarily live with his dad, with Stone receiving visitation rights. But Roan's relationship with his mother is clearly close. In addition to attending numerous Hollywood events with her over the years, in 2019, the then 19-year-old filed to legally change his name to be Roan Bronstein Stone (he was born Roan Joseph Bronstein). According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Roan said: "I would like to take the surname of each of my parents."

It's not clear when exactly the paperwork was finalized, but in April 2020, Stone referred to him as #RoanBStone on Instagram, noting she "could not be more proud" of him.RELATED: 50 Celebrities Whose Real Names You Never Knew.

In the spring of 2020, Roan appeared on the cover of Odda magazine, a biannual fashion and culture magazine that has featured other celebrity children, like Laura Dern and Ben Harper's son, Ellery Harper.

The magazine referred to Roan as "highly inquisitive and studied," noting he's a "traveler and explorer at heart." On the magazine's Instagram, they quote Roan as saying the characteristics that matter most to him are empathy and caring for one another. "Without them, we lose our humanity," he said. "Everyone has their own 'norm,' the way they live and think, and it's important to have the understanding that it's not the way the rest of the world may think."Stone reposted multiple photos from the Odda shoot. In one, she wrote, "First magazine cover. My handsome son." Another, she captioned: "I know, EVERY Mom thinks their kid is the cutest, but come on."And for more celebrity news sent right to your inbox, sign up for our daily newsletter.

After her divorce from Bronstein, Stone adopted two more childrenLaird Vonne Stone, in 2005, and Quinn Kelly Stone, in 2006. Stone last posted a photograph of them three years ago, in 2018. (Laird is on the far left and Quinn is up front.)

In a 2015 interview with Closer Weekly, Stone talked about the challenges of motherhood. "Like every mom, there are just not enough hours in the day, especially when you're a working mom," she said, adding that she only now connects to fellow parents. "I find that it creates such an incredible meaning and such a compelling sense of intimacy and understanding that it's hard to relate to people that don't have children."

As her boys have grown up, Stone has been sure to have honest conversations with them about some of the darker parts of her childhood and earlier days in Hollywood. "We really talk frankly," she said in a 2021 interview with The New Yorker. "They know everything that I've been through."RELATED: See Jodie Foster and Her Wife Make a Rare Red Carpet Appearance.

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Sharon Stone wows in white dress at final night of Cannes

Yahoo Canada Shine On 18 July, 2021 - 07:20am

The actress, 63, stepped out in a Dolce & Gabbana dress on the final evening of the glamorous French film festival.

It featured a glittering, silver bodice as well as a one-shouldered sash and a thigh-high split.

The star – who attended the event with her 21-year-old son Roan – finished off her dazzling look with sparkly drop earrings and strappy heels.   

The mother-of-three shared images of her Cannes outfit on Instagram, with the post receiving more than 79,000 'likes'.

Fellow actress Andie Macdowell wrote: "Beautiful picture I love the light."

Another Hollywood star, Naomi Watts, commented: "Stunning!!!"

Earlier this week, she slipped on an off-shoulder, voluminous blue dress with floral detailing that was also created by Dolce & Gabbana.

She also stepped out one evening in a slinky, blank Alberta Ferreti gown.

On Friday evening, she hosted the amFAR Gala in a purple halter-necked dress, again by Dolce & Gabbana.

The picture, which appeared to be taken at home, was popular with her followers – who included a number of fellow famous faces.

Fellow actress Rose McGowen wrote: "You deserve all the Oscars that ever existed."

While Kate Hudson left a series of yellow hearts, and Andie McDowell shared a fire emoji.

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Sharon Stone & Son Roan Stun In Rare Red Carpet Appearance in Cannes

Yahoo Entertainment 17 July, 2021 - 02:20pm

Sharon wore a lavender floor gown adorned with crystals to the star-studded event. (Orlando Bloom, Regina King, Swizz Beatz, Rachel Brosnahan, and many more were at the gala.) She accessorized her look with pink crystal and green drop earrings. As for her plus-one, Roan wore a classic black tuxedo accompanied by a very dapper bow tie. The 21-year-old posed for and swung his arm around his mom. It’s no surprise that Sharon wanted to share the special moment with her son, and the pair looked so happy to be at the event together.

In addition to Roan, Sharon is also mom to sons Quinn Kelly, 15, and Laird Vonne, 16. Sharon and her ex-husband Phil Bronstein adopted Roan in 2000; Sharon adopted her two other sons on her own years later. Since then, Sharon has made sure to maintain a rather private life for all of her children — so this rare glimpse of the proud mama and her oldest child is all the more welcome.

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The actress stepped out on the red carpet wearing Dolce & Gabbana.

The 63-year-old actor was the emcee and host at the Cannes’ annual amfAR gala on Friday night.

Sharon Stone hosted and Alicia Keys gave a dazzling performance as the lavish amfAR gala that raises money for AIDS research returned to Cannes Friday evening. "I think we’re staying on mission and we’re back at it which is really nice.”

Hollywood A-listers, music stars and fashion models mingled at the amfAR charity gala on the French Riviera on Friday, as the swanky dinner and auction returned to the sidelines of the Cannes Film Festival, slimmed down due to the pandemic. Actress and amfAR Global Campaign Chair Sharon Stone hosts this year's star-studded gala, with Grammy Award winning singer Alicia Keys set to perform for guests gathered to raise money for the American Foundation for AIDS Research.

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Cannes Film Festival 2021: Stars arrive for closing night premiere

Daily Mail 17 July, 2021 - 12:20pm

By Roxy Simons For Mailonline

The stars graced the red carpet in their droves for the closing night of the Cannes Film Festival.

And Sharon Stone was sure to turn heads as she led the stars alongside Rosmund Pike and Gemma Chan for the premiere of OSS 117: From Africa With Love on Saturday night. 

The actress, 63, oozed elegance as she graced the red carpet in a stunning ivory gown that had a silver sleeveless corset and chic white satin train. 

Leading ladies: Sharon Stone stunned in a white gown as she led the stars with Rosamund Pike and Gemma Chan for the event's closing night premiere of OSS 117: From Africa With Love on Saturday

Sharon's ensemble fit snugly on her slender frame and featured a daring thigh split so that she could also put on a leggy display while out at the event.

Her blonde locks were styled into a coiffured style and she wore a light palette of make-up to accentuate her natural beauty.

Giving her look a glamorous flair, Sharon accessorised with a pair of dangling diamond earrings that perfectly complemented her ensemble.

Wow! Sharon's ensemble fit snugly on her slender frame and featured a daring thigh split so that she could also put on a leggy display while out at the event

Elegant: Giving her look a glamorous flair, Sharon accessorised with a pair of dangling diamond earrings that perfectly complemented her ensemble 

The 74th Cannes Film Festival has provided us with countless unforgettable style moments (Bella Hadid in Schiaparelli comes to mind!) and the closing night is no exception.

Sharon Stone, Gemma Chan and Rosamund Pike have already made an appearance on the infamous red carpet and had us fashion hearts fluttering in the process. We particularly love this Dior look, as seen on Rosamund...

This tulle-laden dress is giving us serious Queen of Hearts vibes thanks to the voluminous silhouette and heart-shaped neckline. This dress closed the designer's Fall 2019 runway show, so it seems like a fitting pick for the Cannes red carpet.

Unfortunately us mere mortals can't rummage through the Dior archives, but we can shop similar dresses via the carousel (right).

From Chi Chi London to Maria Lucia Hohan and beyond, we've got billowing red gowns to suit every style and budget. Alternatively, click (right) to take a look at Dior's ready-to-wear collection.

Maria Lucia Hohan dress at Luisa Via Roma

Chi Chi London dress at ASOS

Beaming: Sharon appeared to be in great spirits as she stepped up Cannes' famous staircase

Family: Sharon stepped onto the red carpet alongside her son Roan, 21, who dressed up in a dark blue suit

Beguiling: Sharon was seen strolling gracefully along the red carpet

Friendly: Sharon was seen waving at onlookers and photographers at the premiere

Enjoying themselves: Sharon and Rosamund were seen enjoying a joke together while waiting to step onto the red carpet

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Rosamund looked sensational in a red gown that featured flared tulle detailing on the torso and also had a chiffon skirt that fell elegantly to the floor.

Her backless ensemble also featured semi-sheer panels to either side of her torso to show off a glimpse of her cleavage as she posed for snaps.

The Gone Girl star wore her blonde locks in a poker straight bob that framed her face well, and she wore a light palette of make-up for the occasion.

Crazy Rich Asians star Gemma, 38, looked sensational as she stepped out in her glittering gold ensemble which featured an intricate floral design. 

Stars: Sharon flashed a peace sign as she waited to get onto the red carpet

Gorgeous: Rosamund looked sensational in a red gown that featured flared tulle detailing on the torso and also had a chiffon skirt that fell elegantly to the floor

Revealing: Her backless ensemble also featured semi-sheer panels to either side of her torso to show off a glimpse of her cleavage as she posed for snaps

Refined: The Gone Girl star wore her blonde locks in a poker straight bob that framed her face well, and she wore a light palette of make-up for the occasion

Strike a pose: Rosamund posed for a number of photos in front of the festival's famous staircase before going up it

Stars of the show: The film's cast (L-R) Jean-Francois Halin, Fatou N'Diaye, Jean Dujardin, director Nicolas Bedos, Pierre Niney, and Natacha Lindinger were seen on the red carpet

Posing up a storm: Roan was seen posing alongside a female friend on the red carpet

The pattern on Gemma's halterneck dress was stitched into semi-sheer fabric, and the flowers covered her modesty and had a chic train.

Her ensemble also featured a thigh split to show off her slender legs as she strolled along the red carpet and posed for photos.

Gemma boosted her statuesque figure in a pair of simple black stiletto heels and she kept her accessories simple so all attention could remain on her outfit.

The Eternals star pulled her raven tresses into a chic high bun and she added a glittering touch to her look by wearing gold sequins under her eyes. 

Host with the most: Rosamund was on duty to host the closing ceremony at the event

Gorgeous: Gemma pulled her raven tresses into a chic high bun and she added a glittering touch to her look by wearing gold sequins under her eyes

All that glitters: The Crazy Rich Asians star looked sensational as she stepped out in her glittering gold ensemble which featured an intricate floral design

Starlet: Gemma looked glamorous as she shot a sultry look over her shoulder

Maggie Gyllenhaal looked elegant in her gown that had a gold satin bodice and red skirt that had an asymmetrical tulle detailing along the sides.

Her dress was stylish thanks to its panel detailing and multiple spaghetti straps, and she complemented the ensemble by stepping out in gold heels.

The star wore her brunette locks in loose waves that fell over her face in a sideswept style, ad she also wore a pair of diamond earrings. 

Also in attendance: Maggie Gyllenhaal looked elegant in her gown that had a gold satin bodice and red skirt that had an asymmetrical tulle detailing along the sides

Graceful: The star wore her brunette locks in loose waves that fell over her face in a sideswept style, ad she also wore a pair of diamond earrings

Jury: Jury President of the 74th Cannes Film Festival Spike Lee (centre) and Jury members (L-R) Song Kang-ho, Maggie, Jessica Hausner, Mati Diop, Melanie Laurent, Tahar Rahim, Mylene Farmer, and Kleber Mendonca Filho posed together

Androgynous chic: Tilda Swinton also made an appearance at the premiere, and her blonde locks where styled into a coiffure

Stunner: Hofit Golan looked stylish in a plunging pink gown that had an asymmetrical skirt

OSS 117: From Africa With Love is the third film in the OSS 117 franchise, French parodic spy adventures starring The Artist's Jean Dujardin in the lead role of Hubert Bonisseur de La Bath.

The third film is set in 1981, 14 years after the events of the second film Lost In Rio, and finds OSS 117 on a mission to Kenya where he teams up with young spy OSS 1001, played by Pierre Niney.

2006's OSS 117: Cairo, Nest Of Spies and Lost In Rio were both directed by Michel Hazanavicius, who first worked with Dujardin in The Artist which earned both of them Academy Awards. 

The third film is instead directed by Nicolas Bedos, whose 2019 film La Belle Époque earned him a nomination for Best Director at the César Awards.

Espionage: OSS 117: From Africa With Love is the third film in the OSS 117 franchise, French parodic spy adventures starring The Artist's Jean Dujardin (pictured) in the lead role of Hubert Bonisseur de La Bath

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Oops: Jury President Spike accidentally revealed the winner of the prestigious Palme d'Or was Titane before the rest of the awards during the closing ceremony

Error: The Do The Right Thing director, 64, mistakenly announced early that Titane had won the top prize after appearing to misunderstand being asked 'which prize is the first prize' as who was the 'first prize winner'

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Winner: Rosamund gave director Nadav Lapid the Jury Prize award for the film Ha'berech (Ahed's Knee / Le genou d'Ahed),

Chat: Spike was seen talking with Titane director Julia Ducournau during the awards show

Emotional: Julia was seen accepting the award from Sharon later on in the ceremony

Accomplishment: Julia's prize marks only the second time a female director has been given the award in the festival's history (Julia pictured with Sharon, Spike and Titane co-stars Vincent Lindon, centre, and Agathe Rousselle, second right)

Work it! Sharon stepped out on stage to present the Plame d'Or award during the closing ceremony

Enchanting: Sharon was sure to capture the audience's attention as she got up on stage to present the award

Jury President Spike Lee accidentally revealed the winner of the prestigious Palme d'Or was Titane before the rest of the awards during the closing ceremony.

The Do The Right Thing director, 64, mistakenly announced early that Titane had won the top prize after appearing to misunderstand being asked 'which prize is the first prize' as who was the 'first prize winner'.

Titane is directed by Julia Ducournau, and the prize marks only the second time a female director has been given the award in the festival's 74-year history. 

Dressed up: Actress Doria Tillier, French ice dancer Nathalie Pechalat, and Blogger Maja Malnar were sure to turn heads

Looking good: French actress Géraldine Nakache and TV host Laurie Cholewa put on a stylish display

Arrivals: French actresses Reem Kherici, Ana Girardot and American actress Kat Graham wowed in their ensembles

Chic: Pregnant French actress Roxane Mesquida wore a black polka dot dress and OSS 117 star Fatou wowed in yellow

Suited and booted: Korean actor Lee Byung-hun, Call My Agent star Nicolas Maury and OSS 117 actor Pierre looked dapper

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Sharon Stone, Alicia Keys and Orlando Bloom Unite for amfAR Gala

WWD 17 July, 2021 - 10:43am

CANNES, France The annual amfAR gala brought a bit of glamour back to Cannes, with a dinner and fashion show at the Belle Epoque Villa Eilenroc in Cap d’Antibes, and an emotional Sharon Stone as host of the evening.

The longtime activist took to the stage to the somewhat bewildering tune of The Verve’s “Bittersweet Symphony” to celebrate her return as host after a seven-year absence. Going off script, she asked for a glass of Champagne to toast the audience. “We’ve been on this journey together for so long and for so many years, we didn’t know what was going to happen,” she said of advances in AIDS research. “I am so damned proud to be standing here with you.”

Cannes Film Festival jury president Spike Lee, who attended just long enough to lend his signature to a Sacha Jafri painting to commemorate the night; Orlando Bloom; Rachel Brosnahan and Regina King were among the bigger names on the eclectic guest list, which also included Julianne Hough, Darren Criss and Bella Thorne.

The Carine Roitfeld-curated fashion show gave a much needed injection of energy into the evening, which started off subdued due to unseasonably cold wind and rain. Joining a bevy of models including Stella Maxwell on the runway, Roitfeld’s daughter Julia Restoin Roitfeld walked in Chanel, while “RuPaul’s Drag Race” star Miss Fame rocked in a white Louis Vuitton suit, despite a damp runway. A model took a tumble and a few simply removed their shoes.

Roitfeld pulled together the show on short notice by calling on longtime supporters including Balmain, Celine and Dior, as well as new designers Alled Martinez, Ludovic de Saint Sernin and Nensi Dojaka.

“It’s like the first day of school, you know when you are all back together and really excited and having fun,” Roitfeld said of the atmosphere backstage. “It’s the biggest show in public in a long time, I think. There have been shows, but not with many people. This is the first big show with an audience. I haven’t been with so many people since a long time, to see these happy faces and smiling faces — we feel the good vibes.”

With Miss Fame walking alongside James Turlington and Alton Mason, the show expanded traditional notions of beauty, said Roitfeld. “I want to push different bodies and different types of beauty,” she said. Casting was assisted by Piergiorgio Del Moro.

Sharon Stone and Orlando Bloom  Stephane Feugere / WWD

Ellen von Unwerth, in a silver sequined suit, celebrated the return to dressing up. “Everyone looks so incredible after being so frumpy for one year and a half,” she said. The photographer reconnected with Stone after working together 20-plus years ago. She admitted to sometimes getting a little bit starstruck. Who could possibly intimidate the peroxide blonde photographer? “I think Madonna. It’s like two blondes and there’s a little bit of rivalry there,” she joked.

While she took the last year to slow down, it’s now back to business. Von Unwerth is working on a new book about the ‘90s supermodels, since the looks of the era are back in style. “People still dream about that time and about those girls and that fashion, and everybody wants that big hair again,” she said. It will be published by Taschen before the end of the year.

Brosnahan was in a custom Vivienne Westwood gown. The apricot-colored frock is part of her new collaboration with stylist Law Roach. “We are new bedfellows. He has a really special eye. I had been a fan from afar. He creates such a unique look for each one of the clients that he works with, and I feel very lucky to be in his aura right now,” she revealed. The actress is heading “to the desert” — which one was not disclosed — for a shoot, but will protect her pale skin. “I am an SPF 100 girl all the way.”

Rachel Brosnahan and guest.  Stephane Feugere / WWD

There were moments of levity in what was a somewhat chaotic night. Guests, perhaps overly enthusiastic about being at a social gathering for the first time in months, could not be corralled and tabled-hopped despite increasingly desperate pleas from the auctioneers. Bloom chatted with artist Vasily Klyukin, and “Emily in Paris” star Lucas Bravo palled around with Hough.

The post-1 a.m. appearance of Alicia Keys united the guests in front of the stage for a set including hits including “If I Ain’t Got You” and “Fallin’” for her first post-pandemic performance.

“Seeing as this is my first show back, tonight is really about hope, and tonight is about just the way that if you believe in something, you can make anything happen. I think we are all a living, breathing example of that,” she said.

And yet there were still hours of auctioning for at least a dozen more items left to go after Keys. A painting from Chloe Wise went for a cool 175,000 euros, a Kennedy Yanko sculpture went to Swizz Beatz for 350,000 euros, while a golden armored car from Sacha Baron Cohen’s 2012 film “The Dictator” sold for 200,000 euros. The evening raised more than $11 million for the research charity. It was also the first time the event accepted cryptocurrency, taking Bitcoin or Ethereum as legal tender.

Stone planned to share a late-night snack with son Roan after the event. “I never get to eat at these things, so we always order pizza. It’s a tradition,” she said. Still, the 2.30 a.m. ending time might have been a bit late even for Stone, who was ready for bed in her final costume change of the night. She took to the stage in a flowing floral robe for the last items of the night. “I know it’s late, that’s why I’m wearing my pajamas.” While Stone retired, guests with tired feet still had to wait upward of an hour for their cars.

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Sharon Stone Sells First-Edition ‘The Great Gatsby’ Signed by Leonardo DiCaprio for $200,000 at amfAR Cannes Dinner

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Around midnight on Friday night in France, after a dazzling fashion show on the lawn of a mansion in Antibes, the actor-turned-emcee was auctioning off 32 one-of-a-kind gowns by designers such as Versace, Louis Vuitton, Dior, Givenchy and Balenciaga at the amfAR Cannes gala.

Joined onstage by the 32 models who’d walked a makeshift runway — which was so slippery, two of them had tripped — Stone was ready to pocket a big check for the non-profit devoted to fighting HIV/AIDS.

In the end, the 32 gowns curated by Carine Roitfeld sold for $265,000. In glitzier years, the fashion show has brought in more than $1 million from generous donors.

Yet the charity event has recently navigated scandal. In 2018, Kenneth Cole resigned as chairman, after allegations that he’d funneled $600,000 to Harvey Weinstein, a loud and boisterous backer of amfAR, from a 2015 dinner.

After cancelling last year due to Covid-19, amfAR Cannes returned with less glitz and fewer people. Instead of the Hotel du Cap, the dinner was held at Villa Eilenroc, with a layout of tables that restricted dancing or schmoozing as part of social distancing efforts. The crowd was about half of its normal size.

The bidding also wasn’t as fierce for the live auction that featured 24 items, including extravagant vacations (eight nights in Zanzibar for eight people went for $118,000), art pieces (a bronze astronaut sold for $472,000) and even the gold SUV driven by Sacha Baron Cohen in his 2012 movie “The Dictator” ($236,000).

In keeping with the night’s “The Great Gatsby” theme, Stone auctioned off a first-edition copy of the novel by F. Scott Fitzgerald signed by the two actors who played Gatsby in the movies — Robert Redford and DiCaprio (neither were in attendance). The package came with more extravaganza perks: the cufflinks the men wore in their movies; and a lunch with Stone at the villa where the gala was held.

At around 1:30 a.m., Alicia Keys performed a set of four songs, including “Empire State of Mind,” in what she described as her first post-COVID concert.

Presenters included Regina King, Mj Rodriguez, Rachel Brosnahan and Lucas Bravo, the French model and heartthrob from “Emily in Paris.” Spike Lee, who was billed as a “featured guest,” made such a brief appearance that most of the attendees never saw him.

Orlando Bloom sat next to Stone but didn’t take the stage. Stone returned to the event as host after an absence of seven years.

At the top of the evening, the actor made a toast to all the donors in the crowd, as she spoke about how far the efforts to end HIV and AIDS have come.

“We have been together for so long,” Stone said. “For so many years we didn’t know what was going to happen. And now we have commercial for AIDS medication on television, because of you. We can stop mother to child transmission, because of you.”

Through multiple costume changes, Stone did her best to wrangle money from the crowd. At around 2:30 a.m., she emerged in a robe to sell a limited collection of watches designed by Chopard in the likeness of Gatsby and Daisy for $100,000 apiece.

But after she was only able to get the asking price for a pair of watches, when she had an inventory of 42, she left the podium annoyed. “Thank you for coming,” she said tersely. “Adios.”

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