Paris Jackson, Kathy Hilton and more celebrities arrived for the annual Elizabeth Taylor Ball to End AIDS in Los Angeles on Thursday.
For the occasion, Jackson wore a champagne-colored sparkling off-the-shoulder dress with a cutout on the bodice, a draping asymmetric shoulder strap and a thigh-high slit from Celine. She coordinated the dress with nude platform ankle-strap pumps from Christian Louboutin. For accessories, she wore Levian jewelry earrings, rings from Noudar and Cartier and a nude Rodo clutch bag.
To create her look for the event, Jackson worked with stylist duo Dani + Emma, who also work with Juliette Lewis, Dove Cameron and Peyton List.
Hilton wore a black puffed-sleeve minidress with a cutout and trio of sparkling bows from Rebecca Vallance. She topped off her look with black satin Jimmy Choo pumps with a crystal accent detail and a Jimmy Choo silver rhinestone evening bag.
Jackson served as one of the co-chairs for this evening event, alongside philanthropist and “Bling Empire” star Christine Chiu.
Chiu, who is known for her luxury fashion choices, came dressed for the occasion in a metallic silver gown with a sparkling sheen and crystal embellished detail on the shoulders from Alberta Ferretti.
NBA Hall of Fame legend, philanthropist and businessman Earvin “Magic” Johnson and philanthropist and entrepreneur Cookie Johnson were honored with The Elizabeth Taylor Commitment to End AIDS Award. In attendance was their son EJ Johnson, who wore a white lace bell bottom jumpsuit from Alaïa.
At this year’s Elizabeth Taylor Ball to End Aids, guests were treated to a performance from legendary soul singer Gladys Knight. The event was hosted by actor Courtney B. Vance, who was briefly joined by his wife Angela Bassett on stage. The gala also included a live auction in partnership with Christie’s.