For the eighth consecutive year, Esquire magazine has opened the doors to “the ultimate bachelor pad” for a special charity party.

Hosted by Sienna Miller and benefiting the International Medical Corps, the party attracted guests such as Felicity Huffman, Marlon Wayans, Lance Bass, Kate Bosworth, Aaron Eckhart, John Legend, Alexander Skarsgård and many more.

Branded Esquire House LA, the 9,000-square-foot luxury home located in the Hollywood Hills has been completely rebuilt from the ground up and newly outfitted by top designers to create a dynamic living environment. The $18.9 million House continued its tradition of playing host to some of the season’s most highly anticipated charity and celebrity events by hosting a benefit for the International Medical Corps on Friday night.

Since its founding in 1984, International Medical Corps has delivered more than $1 billion in emergency relief and health care services to tens of millions of people in 50 countries, including during the refugee crisis in Darfur, the Rwandan genocide, the Indian Ocean tsunami, the earthquake in Haiti and the recent floods in Pakistan. The organization’s global ambassador, Sienna Miller, has traveled with International Medical Corps to their health clinics in Democratic Republic of Congo and Haiti to raise awareness for the great health needs worldwide.

“After seeing International Medical Corps’ courageous work up-close I was determined to become more involved,” said Miller. “These people work in the toughest conditions imaginable, saving lives every single day, and bringing self-reliance and hope to the world’s most vulnerable people. I am honored to be their ambassador.”

Please share this page:

comments powered by Disqus

Latest news

Stars Attend TWO X TWO For AIDS And Art

Stars Attend TWO X TWO For AIDS And Art Oct 31, 2014

On Saturday, October 25, the 16th annual TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art benefit dinner and contemporary art auction raised a record $7 million with funds benefiting amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research, and the Dallas Museum of Art. More
More news