Sharon Stone and Kiehl’s Life Riders Add Moto-Chic to M Street

Sharon and Stone and John Corbett.
Robert Devaney
Sharon and Stone and John Corbett.

You know you are special when the police hold parking spaces for you on M Street during rush hour. The Kiehl’s store in Georgetown was the conclusion of Kiehl’s LifeRide for amfAR (American Foundation for AIDS Research), where riders for the motorcycle charity pulled up July 20. Off the noisy bikes leapt actresses, actors, chefs and Chris Salgardo, president of Kiehl’s USA. Salgardo welcomed the crowd as they posed for photos in the store. Also there was actress Sharon Stone, the top fundraiser for amfAR, who accepted a $115,000 check to amfAR from Kiehl’s along with the non-profit’s CEO Kevin Robert Frost — all nicely timed for the International AIDS Conference, which began in D.C. July 22. (The after party was at Mike Isabella’s Bandolero one block away; Sharon Stone dined at Cafe Milano.)

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