After the tragic night that took place in Paris (November 13, terrorist attacks in the restaurant and nightclub), the gloomy mood was also known in Los Angeles, so the event was honored with a minute of silence. But even so, there was much to celebrate at the 4th Baby2Baby Gala, which was attended by, among other things, very important people from the world of fashion, politicians and businessmen. The whole evening was held to celebrate Kerry Washington, which awarded the prize for her work for children in need. Jessica Alba said about Kerry that she is a great role model and that she is passionate about children. “Everything is great this evening, all contributions will help this organization. We help 100,000 children, but there are over 300,000 who need our help, ”Jess said. Jessica was wearing – in my opinion – a great dress by Giambattista Valli (yellow), Brian Atwood pumps,
Jessica Alba and Honor were photographed arriving at the Baby2baby offices in Los Angeles on Tuesday (September 18, 2012) where they dropped off donations. Click on the previews above to view more photos.
“I talk to Honor about not wasting and recycling. I talk to her about having so many things and that there are children out there who don’t have what she has,” Alba, 31, told PEOPLE at Self magazine‘s Women Doing Good Awards on Wednesday.
“So when she is done playing with something or outgrows something,” she continues, “it goes to a baby who doesn’t have it.”
“Honor is just running her mouth about her observations on the world, and her desire to be a doctor mermaid,” Alba shares, adding Haven has been hitting a few milestones of her own lately.
“I think Haven will be walking soon and every day she is saying a new word — right now it’s hot,” she says.
From her acting — she will next appear in A.C.O.D. — to running her eco-friendly company, Alba is a strong believer in staying organized — but admits even the best laid plans can go awry.
“I am really into schedules. It helps me stay sane,” she says. “You will never be perfect so just trying to take it one day at a time, do as much as you can and live in the moment.”