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Alexandra Daddario is a bombshell in black as she swings by Baby2Baby 10th anniversary gala in lace frock

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Alexandra Daddario swung by the Pacific Design Center on Melrose Avenue for the Baby2Baby 10th anniversary gala in West Hollywood on Saturday. The 35-year-old actress slipped into an elegant sleeveless black outfit that emphasized her enviably svelte figure.

 

 

Her frock was sheer over her taut midriff and included lace trim around her shoulders and neckline, as well as a lace skirt betraying just a hint of leg.

 

 
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Sweeping her dark hair back into a ponytail, the Texas Chainsaw 3D thespian sharpened her screen siren features with makeup including scarlet lipstick.

 

 

Kobe Bryant’s widow Vanessa is the guest of honor at the fete where she will be presented with the Giving Tree Award.

 

 

She is following in the footsteps of previous celebrity honorees ranging from Jessica Alba to Gwyneth Paltrow, per the Baby2Baby website.

 

 

A negative COVID-19 test plus proof of vaccination are allegedly required for entry, according to the blog Average Socialite.

 

 

The Hollywood Boulevard bar The Spare Room, located a stone’s throw from the famed TCL Chinese Theatre, will be providing custom cocktails.

 

 

Several local restaurants are also lending their talents to the bash including Baadmash, Guelaguetza, Konbi and the celebrity hot spot Craig’s. The famous McConnell’s Fine Ice Creams, whose famous fans include Barbra Streisand, will be one of the establishments contributing to the desserts.

 

 

Presiding over the food and drink will be the smash hit hospitality duo of Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo, whose restaurants include Jon & Vinny’s.

 

 

Baby2Baby is a Los Angeles-based charity whose aim is to get essential goods like diapers and clothes to underprivileged children.

 

 

Its board of directors includes but is not limited to a number of famous figures like Nicole Richie, Jessica Alba, Rachel Zoe, Kelly Rowland and Julie Bowen. Emma Grede, who helped co-found Good American with Khloe Kardashian, is also one of the members of the board.

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