Watch brand hosts glamorous dinner in New York for charity.
Frederique Constant hosted the Passion Awards for Charity Dinner at Cipriani Wall Street, awarding the American Heart Association with a $50,000 (£32,900) cheque for their charitable efforts to prevent heart disease and stroke.
The cheque was presented by Frederique Constant founder and chief executive Peter Stas to American Heart Association senior vice president Helaine Baruch in front of 80 guests.
Actress Candice Accola from CW hit show The Vampire Diaries also attended the event and accepted the cheque alongside Baruch.
Through the Frederique Constant Passion Awards, Peter and Aletta Stas aim to reward the charitable organisations driven by true passion, and celebrate and support their entrepreneurial success.
The Passion Awards has evolved into an institution through which Frederique Constant gives back to society, and seeks to support less fortunate members of society.