Schiaparelli’s Neiman Marcus Cocktail Event at the John Sowden House in Los Angeles on last week brought out tons of celebrities, including Taraji P. Henson, who had an epic link-up with fellow actors Regina King and Angela Bassett at the star-studded event.

According to Hello Beautiful, the Curious Case of Benjamin Button star stunned in an all-white textured dress with a show-stopping bubbled hem. She complimented the look with a white handbag, black pumps and white and gold jewelry. Her hair look was just as complimentary — her slicked-back ponytail made sure her dress was the main event.


King dazzled in a pink and red corset top that appeared to have a velvet-like texture. She kept it simple on the bottom with black slacks. She complimented her look with a chunky gold necklace, a matching black handbag and natural curls.

The Oscar winner’s appearance at the party is one of her first following her son’s passing in 2022.

Bassett looked just as gorgeous as King and Henson in a black blazer with gold, embellished details. She paired her look with black slacks, a cream-colored handbag and beach-waved hair.

The trio posed for several pictures together, one of which Henson reposted on her Instagram.



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According to The Daily Mail, Henson also took pictures with gal pal Gabrielle Union at the party. Union wore an olive green jumpsuit with gold heels and a light blue purse.



Though paying celebrities to wear their creations at fashion events is a norm in Hollywood, Schiaparelli told The Hollywood Reporter that that’s not the brand’s approach.

“The best thing about Schiaparelli in my opinion [is that] we have a house policy: We don’t pay anyone to wear the clothes,” Daniel Roseberry, the celeb-adored artistic director of Schiaparelli, said at the party, according to The Hollywood Reporter. “We don’t have any contracts. If someone wears it, it’s because there’s a natural connection. It’s a relationship and because they want to wear it. That’s something that’s important to me. We tried to make it more natural.”

The party was thrown by Neiman Marcus in celebration of the brand opening a shop-in-shop at the store earlier this year.