Personalities like Willem Dafoe, Debra Messing, Zachary Quinto, Paolo Maldini and Isabella Rossellini, among others, said yes to the campaign “Save the children ‘for education with a commitment ring created by Bulgari.
Through the purchase of this piece, funds are raised for disadvantaged children, so several celebrities have decided to participate and pose with the jewel to promote this campaign.
This project is carried out by Bulgari and consist in acquiring the small ring, with the engraved logo of “Save the children”; the 60 percent of the price is set aside to provide economic education to disadvantaged children, as reported the magazine “InStyle.”
In its June issue, the magazine shows in its interior pictures of actors that are the image of the campaign, which will be open throughout the year, which aims to raise more than 10 million. Other personalities who support the cause are Ginnifer Goodwin, Terrence Howard and Jennifer Esposito.
Read more about “Save the Children”.
Thanks to di_elle for the heads up and translation to english. Original source, here
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Zachary Quinto became a household name by playing the charismatic sociopath Sylar on NBC’s Heroes. Since then he went on to be the first actor since Leonard Nimoy to play the iconic character Spock in a Star Trek TV series or film. Zachary Quinto shares his experiences in a tell-all interview. Read »
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A short film featuring Zachary Quinto, who plays the young Spock in the new “Star Trek” movie, will be shown at this month’s Edinburgh International Film Festival.
In “Boutonniere,” Quinto dons metal braces and slicks down his hair to play a shopkeeper who helps a timid girl and her overbearing mother search for a prom dress. Quinto, a friend of “Boutonniere” director Coley Sohn, had already completed “Star Trek” when the 11-minute film was shot last summer.
Sohn is talking to investors about developing a feature- length version of the film.
“He just let me put him in braces and horrible pants and shoes and he was just a great sport,” Sohn said in an interview. “I’m hoping, schedule permitting, he’ll be able to reprise his role.”