Connie Britton, Sheryl Crow, Tony Bennett, Gayle King and more stepped out for the Elton John AIDS Foundation's 17th Annual An Enduring Vision Benefit in New York City on Monday night, November 5. Scroll through to see who else went to the charity event and what they wore!
Elton took a moment in his foundation's busy night to pose with his husband, David Furnish. The British-born singer looked dapper in a black sparkly suit jacket that he paired with black slacks and shiny dress shoes. David, who has been married to Elton since 2014, dressed to the nines for his man and opted for a traditional black and white tux.
Former Nashville star Connie made a loud statement in black, orange, and white patterned mini dress. She added a pair of sheer black tights to show off her long legs and kept her auburn hair down.
Sheryl looked elegant in a strapless and loose-fitted black gown with a slit right up the middle. The "If It Makes You Happy" singer completed her look with a black belt around her waist and simple gold dangly earrings.
The longtime friends were both seen inside the venue, all smiles as they posed for a photographer.
Tony and his wife, Susan, seemed happy to be supporting a good cause on their night out on the town. The 92-year-old wore a black suit while his leading lady elegantly pulled off a deep brown strapless gown. Susan accessorized with a silver clutch and minimal jewelry.
Gayle looked great in a lime green gown that included a sweet heart neckline. The CBS News co-anchor added a floral clutch and showed off her radiant skin in glamorous but natural makeup.
Which outfit from the benefit is your favorite? Let us know in the comments!