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Catt Sadler, Ronan Farrow and Heather Graham were among the leading names and faces of the #TimesUp and #MeToo movements at a Soho House gathering on Thursday night. The packed event honoring Women in Hollywood and benefitting Time’s Up drew star support from all corners of the entertainment ecosystem:  film, TV, journalism, music, comedy, reality and influencers.

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  • New Vanity Fair editor Radhika Jones (left) and superstar creative Ava DuVernay (right) hosted the event.

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  • Catt Sadler, who walked away from a job at E! that countless mic-wielding wannabes aspire to, is a significant get. She’ll be back on-air Oscar night hosting Vanity Fair’s livestream from inside their famed party.

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  • Ronan Farrow (posing here with actress Isabelle Fuhrman) is a metaphorical Paul Revere. His 10-month investigation on Harvey Weinstein, published in the New Yorker days after the initial New York Times Weinstein story, elevated a scandal into a flashpoint.

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  • Heather Graham poses on the impromptu red carpet.

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  • Comedy was well represented: Mary McCormack, Aisha Tyler and Chelsea Handler. 

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  • #MeToo founder Tarana Burke hung with “Creed” and “Thor: Ragnarok” actress Tessa Thompson.

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  • The scene inside Soho House. This private club with a no photography rule rarely allows these type of major events.

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  • On the left, VF Executive west coast editor Krista Smith with Zendaya. On the right, Caitlyn Jenner.

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  • Padma Lakshmi, who recently crowned the latest winner of “Top Chef,” is more of an Emmy weekend regular. She was among the “leading and inspirational” women invited to the event co-produced by VF and advertising partner Lancôme Paris. 

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  • This was not a women-only event. Rita Wilson chats with Paul Feig. These two go back to 1996’s “That Thing You Do!” directed by Mr. Rita Wilson, Tom Hanks.

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  • Gaby Hoffmann and Connie Britton. Hoffman’s “Transparent” has been rocked by the allegations against Jeffrey Tambor and his subsequent departure from the show.

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  • Showing support from all corners of the industry, former reality star Whitney Port and fashion commentator Louise Roe were in the mix. Belvedere vodka cocktails and a new female focused Johnnie Walker (“Jane Walker”) were also the beverage partners on the night. 

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  • Alia Shawkat, Aubrey Plaza and Zoe Kravitz demonstrate three different ways to sort of smile.

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  • Chris Mitchell is the VF Publisher and architect of an elaborate week of nightly sponsor-driven activations featuring the magazine’s advertisers. Partnering with films and philanthropies, they colonize the city’s choice venues for events that are independent of the magazine’s glossy Oscar night bash. Here, he poses with Mindy Kaling.

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  • J. Alexander and Kat Graham. This is The Party Report’s pick for “Duo of the Night.”

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  • It-girl Paris Jackson, “Stranger Things'” Joe Keery and Maika Monroe.

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  • Nina Dobrev steps in with Clifton Collins Jr.

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  • Sarah Hyland and Selma Blair.

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  • Oscar parties are just beginning. For TheWrap’s full preview on where the nominees will be celebrating before and after the show, click over to here:

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  • Stars from across the entertainment ecosystem gather at Soho House as the first significant gathering of Oscar weekend

    Catt Sadler, Ronan Farrow and Heather Graham were among the leading names and faces of the #TimesUp and #MeToo movements at a Soho House gathering on Thursday night. The packed event honoring Women in Hollywood and benefitting Time’s Up drew star support from all corners of the entertainment ecosystem:  film, TV, journalism, music, comedy, reality and influencers.

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