On February 20, Vanity Fair and the Chrysler brand hosted a private cocktail party at Eveleigh restaurant to toast Academy Award-winning director Tom Hooper and the cast of the four-time Golden Globe-winning and Academy Award-nominated film Les Misérables in support of The Los Angeles Fund for Public Education, a philanthropic organization dedicated to driving positive change in the Los Angeles Unified School District.

Notable attendees included Vanity Fair Vice President and Publisher Edward Menicheschi along with Les Misérables Director Tom Hooper, producer Eric Fellner, and cast members Anne Hathaway, Amanda Seyfried, Sacha Baron Cohen, and Eddie Redmayne. Additional guests included Isla Fisher, Adrien Brody, Abigail Spencer, Judy Greer, Annabeth Gish and more.

As a co-sponsor of Vanity Fair’s Campaign Hollywood, Chrysler focuses on restoring glamour to the American automotive industry with a new initiative dedicated to style. Celebrity and V.I.P. guests arrived at Eveleigh in the sophisticated and smart 2013 Chrysler 300, and other attendees experienced the vehicle, which was on display throughout the evening. V.I.P.’s are being transported to Campaign Hollywood events throughout the week in the Chrysler 300.

Vanity Fair and Chrysler’s support of the Los Angeles Unified School District is part of Vanity Fair Campaign Hollywood, the magazine’s annual week-long series of events in support of charitable causes leading up to the Academy Awards.

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