Beautiful and talented actress, much loved by the international public, Julia Roberts in elegant black pantyhose, is always very busy between recording rooms and premières to present new films. Her last red carpet was together with colleague and friend George Clooney to present the movie Ticket to paradise, a romantic comedy mixed with melodrama about a couple of parents who want to convince their daughter not to marry the man she is in love with. For this reason, the actress often finds herself very busy, but despite this she loves being able to devote herself to more delicate issues, to support initiatives and campaigns in support of the most needy, such as Serious Fun Children’s Network, a non-profit organization that since 1988 has been involved in creating programs for seriously ill children with free recreational experiences also intended for families. To promote their initiatives, they organize events like tours, stopping off in big cities. This time they stopped in New York for the evening of November 14th, e Julia Roberts he certainly could not fail to lend his support.
Julia Roberts today shows up at Serious Fun Gala wearing a perfectly coordinated two-piece layered look with striped pattern. An elegant buttoned blazer combined with an irresistible straight cut mini skirt which due to the increasingly colder season is accompanied by the pair of elegant black tights and their peek-a-boo effect (as loved as evergreen). The two key pieces of this look have the same linear pattern and the same play of colors that alternate with shades of grey, now more intense, now lighter, up to touching the very fine white lines that recall the presence of the shirt in milk nuances accompanied from a perfectly coordinated tie to the outfit. To close the Julia Roberts look a long striped jacket that in addition to the grays sees the presence of colorful lemon and blueberry nuances.
This is how, with a nude make-up look and thick caramel wave hair, the beautiful actress presents herself at the charity evening organized by Serious Fun Children’s Networkin honor of Joanne Woodward (wife of the founder Paul Newman) who, even after her husband’s death, continued their project which aims to provide for the activities of the camps promoted by the SeriousFun Children’s Network, in order to guarantee children suffering from serious illnesses moments of pure serenity in the company of the family, to have fun and smile despite like any child. Among countless sports courses made universally accessible such as swimming and more traditional activities such as bonfires, the contribution offered by Julia Roberts it is certainly fundamental and demonstrates once again how important it is to be altruistic and generous with others, thus allowing even children with serious illnesses to feel like simple children.