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Sarah Jessica Parker: Brain Trauma Foundation Gala

Sarah Jessica Parker: Brain Trauma Foundation Gala

Sarah Jessica Parker looks fabulous in a vintage dress and Manolo Blahnik heels at the Brain Trauma Foundation 2011 gala held at The Pierre Hotel on Monday (December 5) in New York City.

The 46-year-old actress was joined at the charity event, to support improving the outcome for brain trauma patients, by Sigourney Weaver!

SJP recently talked about how she makes her style choices.

“Anything I can put on quickly and not embarrass my son in,” she said. “I try to dress appropriately for my age and I’m a realist about what I look like.”

FYI: SJP accessorized with a VBH bag and Fred Leighton jewels as well as a Love bracelet from Sydney Evan Jewels.

10+ pictures inside of Sarah Jessica Parker and Sigourney Weaver at the Brain Trauma Foundation gala…

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Credit: Astrid Stawiarz; Photos: Getty
Posted to: Sarah Jessica Parker, Sigourney Weaver

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4 Comments

# 1

Sigourney Weaver is so classy and gorgeous that horse-faced pales in comparison.

# 2

SJP’s age has really caught up with her…

# 3
longchamp @ 12/06/2011 at 1:06 pm

gorgeous dress on SJP!

# 4
Shaun Best @ 03/07/2012 at 12:57 am

Dear Mrs. Parker:

I activate, educate, initiate, motivate, stimulate, & validate that survivors of coma can be successful. I survived a three month coma at age 12 (#1 disability among children in US) & have suffered 40 additional cognitive challenges as a primary result of non-accessible streets & buildings. I’ve recovered 85-90% of my former skills/competencies. I would like other survivors of cognitive challenges that success can be achieved. http://www.lapublishing.com/blog/2009/brain-injury-words-people/ Thank you for the opportunity to serve my country.

Shaun Best, Protector of the Natural State

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