LOS ANGELES, Feb 27, 2011 / FW/ — The Oscars itself is tonight but tinsel town is already in a party mood.

Last night, Hollywood’s A-List arrived adorned inMontblanc at the Montblanc Cocktail Event the night before the Oscars co-hosted byMontblanc and Harvey and Bob Weinstein celebrating the Weinstein Company’sAcademy Award® Nominees and the New Montblanc Charity Partnership with the
Princess Grace Foundation-USA.

Celebrities who attended the event held at the SohoHouse showed their support for the foundation by wearing Montblanc men’s andwomen’s accessories including: signature watches, earrings, necklaces, rings and bracelets.

Jennifer Lopez was seen wearing Montblanc 4810 White Gold and Diamond Rings, Montblanc Hymne a
L’amour Diamond Bracelet, Montblanc A Petits Pas Diamond Bracelet and Montblanc Diamond Earrings Seven Stars Collection Sophia Earrings while her husband Marc Anthony donned a Montblanc Diamond Ring A Petits Pas.

Elsa Pataky selected a Montblanc Haute Joaillerie Seven Stars Kate Necklace and Earrings and her date for the evening, Chris Hemsworth chose Montblanc Sport Steel DLC Chronograph Automatic Watch;

Gossip Girl star Chace Crawford was seen wearing a Montblanc Sport Steel DLC Chronograph Automatic Watch; actress Malin Akerman was spotted wearing a pair of Montblanc A Petits Pas Diamond Earrings while Tom Hooper sported Montblanc TimeWalker Chronograph Automatic Ceramic Black.

The evening became more than just a Hollywood party with Montblanc’s announced that it is collaborating with the Princess Grace Foundation-USA, a non-profit organization dedicated to identifying and assisting emerging talent in theatre, dance, and film by awarding grants in the form of scholarships, apprenticeships, and fellowships through the Princess Grace Awards program.

The Foundation reflects Princess Grace of Monaco’s life-long commitment to helping emerging artists realize their potential.

The American-born icon was an artist herself, not only celebrated by audiences for her unique elegance and style but also an Academy Award winning Best Actress in 1955 for her portrayal of Georgie Elgin opposite Bing Crosby in “The Country Girl”.

In the spirit of actively supporting this goal, Montblanc will make a donation of $1 million dollars to support the Princess Grace Awards program.