Jennifer Garner looked flawlessly chic in a blue and black gown on Tuesday night at the Fourth Annual Save the Children Illumination Gala in New York City.
The 44-year-old actress arrived on the red carpet of the gala looking radiant in a navy velvet top and black skirt with a side fold placed high on her hip.
The Miracles from Heaven star accessorized with a Givenchy tuxedo cape over the dress, black satin open-toed heels and a matching leather clutch.
Garner was the host for Monday night’s gala for Save the Children, which focuses on promoting children’s rights and provides relief and helps support children in developing countries.
Iman, 61, accepted the Voice Award for her dedication in sharing stories of deprived children, according to Save the Children.
Before the evening began, Garner told ET that she’s worked with Save the Children for the last eight years and thinks it’s important to teach children how to be good human beings.
“It’s so important that you model for your kids how to be a citizen of the world, and I think that’s the very best thing you can do,” she said.