Gold Medal Performance For Children's Charity

by NATASHA STORER · May 14, 2010

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    Featuring fencing photography from both sports and fashion luminaries, including Philip Moy, Nigel Barker, Patrick McMullan, David Burnett and Serge Timacheff, "En Garde for Charity" was a photo exhibit and auction held at Barney's, that raised upwards of $15K for Right to Play.


    Matt Doyle and Olympic fencing medalists, Tim Moorehouse and Jason Rogers hosted the event that raised funds to benefit the Right to Play foundation, which is committed to every child's right to play - giving children all over the world the chance to participate in sport, regardless of gender, disability, ethnicity, social background or religion. (This is the same charity that recently ousted Celebrity Apprentice contestant Summer Sanders was also representing)

    Other notables mingling in the famed Barneys Penthouse included: Serge Timacheff, New York State Governor David Patterson and everyone's favorite Americas Next Top Model photog Nigel Barker who also contributed some moody black and white pictures of the US Men's Olympic Fencing Team shot against New York in all its Gotham glory.