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Cornelia Guest and Veronica Webb co-hosted a black-tie ball and benefit for Susan G. Komen for the Cure.

A group of New Yorkers mixed charity and costumes at a masked black-tie ball and fund-raiser for Susan G. Komen for the Cure, held Saturday at Sir Richard Branson and Robert Wojtowicz’s mansion on Natirar, the historic estate in New Jersey once owned by the King of Morocco and the Royal Family. Co-host Cornelia Guest, Veronica Webb, Italian billionaire Stefano Pessina and Matthew Settle viewed a selection of David LaChapelle photos, enjoyed a performance by opera star Nathan Gunn and had a chance to bid on a holiday on Branson’s private island, Necker, during a live auction.

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