Frederique Constant supports the variety’s power of women luncheon in New York

Variety’s Power of Women Celebrates the Entertainment Industry’s Most Philanthropic and Inspiring Women Honorees at the April 24th New York City Event Include Glenn Close, Lena Dunham, Whoopi Goldberg, Rachel Weisz and Kim Kardashian West. Frederique Constant is pleased to support the Variety’s Power of Women Luncheon in New York at Cipriani Midtown on April 24, 2015. Variety is thrilled to gather an intimate group of the entertainment industry’s most philanthropic women who have been selected as Variety’s “Inspiration Impact Honorees.” Through their humanitarian efforts, these women have made a significant difference to their chosen causes. The exclusive luncheon hosted four hundred invite-only guests comprised of entertainment and media insiders, who will come to celebrate, support and pay tribute to the philanthropic efforts of these incredible women. The honorees include three-time Emmy Award® and three-time Tony Award® winning actress Glenn Close (for her work with Bring Change2Mind), two-time Golden Globe® winning actresses Lena Dunham (Girls Educational & Mentoring Services – GEMS), EGOT (Emmy ® , Grammy® , Oscar® and Tony® ) winning actress Whoopi Goldberg (Figure Skating in Harlem), Academy Award® winning actress Rachel Weisz (The Opportunity Network) and TV and social media icon and entrepreneur Kim Kardashian West (Children’s Hospital Los Angeles). The star-studded affair was also attended by actresses Cobie Smulders, Jennifer Morrison, Dascha Polanco, Lucky Editor-in-Chief Eva Chen, and more.

Peter Stas said: “We are proud to support Variety’s Power of Women events. The passion that Variety has to continually recognize the extraordinary achievements and leadership of women in entertainment and making “Power of Women” a biannual event in New York and LA is definitively helping all those foundations to get awareness. It will for sure improve the well being of many under privileged persons. Frederique Constant is happy to be able to help to make a difference.”