John Varvatos 13th Annual Stuart House Benefit
Posted On Apr 18, 2016
On Sunday, fashion designer John Varvatos and many celebrities attended John’s 13th annual Stuart House event at his West Hollywood boutique. Stuart House offers support services for child sex-abuse victims and their families.
Over the past years, Varvatos has raised more than $6 million. He hopes this year’s event raises over $1.5 million.
Many celebrities and their families gathered for the block party, which was attended by more than 1500 guests. There was a Hasbro Studios-sponsored tent for the kids, which had Jenga, My Little Pony-inspired hair extensions, a life-size Operation game, and much more.
There was a performance by Sammy Hagar, Vic Johnson, Michael Anthony, and Chad Smith. A live and silent auction included items such as a shopping spree with Varvatos, a signed Sammy Hagar guitar, Chad Smith’s signed drums, and much more.
New You spoke with some of the celebrities that came out to support a great cause.
Scandal star Tony Goldwyn has two daughters, so supporting the Stuart House means a lot to him.
Actor Peter Facinelli is a big John Varvatos fan.
John Varvatos knew that when he visited the Stuart House 13 years ago, he needed to dedicate his company and time to help support what they do.
Actor Jesse Metcalfe loves the event and John Varvatos. He also thinks the work that the Stuart House does is very important and effective.
Bill Bellamy has been supporting Stuart House for eight years.
Gene Simmons is fine with dressing like a “clown” as long as the celebrities are helping someone improve their life.
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