Sylvie Tellier appeared more beautiful than ever in a pink gala dress during the Pink October launch party at The Peninsula Paris hotel with her association “Les bonnes fées”.
The month of October has begun and like every year, personalities, but also brands are committed to encouraging research against breast cancer and its prevention, on the occasion “Pink October”. Thursday October 6, 2023, Sylvie Tellier organized a superb event at the sublime Peninsula hotel in Paris. The goal of this annual Good Fairy gala ? Raise funds the same evening to finance the association’s actions throughout the year. But that’s not all : “It will last for a month. All the people who will come to the Peninsula to drink a coffee, come to the restaurant, drink a cocktail, have a massage… There will be a few euros donated for The Good Fairies”explains the former president of the Miss France committee at the microphone of Audience. For the occasion, the palace terrace was adorned with pink lights: a great commitment on the part of the Peninsula, but also on the part of the association Les bonnes fées.
Many personalities came forward to participate in this charity event. Among the guests, we were able to see many Misses, such as Diane Leyre, Marine Ltemporel, Amandine Petit, Camille Cerf and Rachel Trapani. The singer Amel Bent and the artist Shy’m were also there. Everyone was in evening wear, including Sylvie Tellier who dazzled us with a satin pink dress (in the theme).
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Sylvie Tellier more beautiful than ever for the “good fairies” charity gala
Sylvie Tellier was simply resplendent at the Good Fairy Association gala at the Peninsula. The former beauty queen opted for a pink dress obviously. She chose a very elegant satin model but also with a touch of sexiness thanks to the plunging neckline which highlighted her chest perfectly and the slit of her dress which slightly revealed her leg. An elegant dress that comes from Azzaro and was found at Les Prêteuses, a clothing rental service. It suits him perfectly. For her jewelry, the former president of the Miss France committee opted for very symbolic pieces. “Jewellery, personal collection of my mother-in-law whom I lost to cancer a few years ago”, said Sylvie Tellier at the microphone of Public. A beautiful tribute!
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