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Luann de Lesseps cuts an elegant figure in a white tuxedo for the benefit of the Tom of Finland Foundation

She was told that she was drinking a vodka drink in the trailer earlier this week for the twelfth season of The Real Housewives Of New York.

But Luann de Lesseps looked somewhat muffled on Friday when she attended the Tom of Finland Foundations Art Benefit in Los Angeles.

The 54-year-old reality star was accompanied by her daughter Victoria de Lesseps when they celebrated the organization that wants to preserve and protect erotic art.

Uniform front: Luann de Lesseps attended the Art Benefit of the Tom of Finland Foundation in Los Angeles with her daughter Victoria de Lesseps (2nd R) on Friday

Uniform front: Luann de Lesseps attended the Art Benefit of the Tom of Finland Foundation in Los Angeles with her daughter Victoria de Lesseps (2nd R) on Friday

Luann looked sleek and elegant in a low-cut white tuxedo with black lapel.

She dressed her look with a pair of black sneakers and added some flair to her look with a pair of large gold earrings.

The cabaret singer supported her daughter Victoria de Lesseps, who set up a sultry display with a pure black shirt over a black bustier, which she combined with matching pants.

The artist, whose work contains many erotic components, wore her dark locks in messy curls and covered with a rippling pure green cloak.

Suitable: Luann looked sleek and elegant in a low-cut white tuxedo with black lapel. She covered her gaze with a pair of black sneakers. Ugly Betty actor Mark Indelicato (R) stood out in a pea-green suit and tie-dye shirt underneath

Suitable: Luann looked sleek and elegant in a low-cut white tuxedo with black lapel. She covered her gaze with a pair of black sneakers. Ugly Betty actor Mark Indelicato (R) stood out in a pea-green suit and tie-dye shirt underneath

Suitable: Luann looked sleek and elegant in a low-cut white tuxedo with black lapel. She covered her gaze with a pair of black sneakers. Ugly Betty actor Mark Indelicato (R) stood out in a pea-green suit and tie-dye shirt underneath

Seeing green: the cabaret singer supported her daughter Victoria de Lesseps (R), who set up a sultry display with a pure black shirt over a black bustier and a green cloak. Artist Nicole Nadeau (2nd R) glittered in a dress consisting of oil slick stripes and golden shoes

Seeing green: the cabaret singer supported her daughter Victoria de Lesseps (R), who set up a sultry display with a pure black shirt over a black bustier and a green cloak. Artist Nicole Nadeau (2nd R) glittered in a dress consisting of oil slick stripes and golden shoes

Seeing green: the cabaret singer supported her daughter Victoria de Lesseps (R), who set up a sultry display with a pure black shirt over a black bustier and a green cloak. Artist Nicole Nadeau (2nd R) glittered in a dress consisting of oil slick stripes and golden shoes

Woman in red: Luann posed with independent art curator Brooke Wise when they achieved the benefit. She looked fierce in a shiny red python print with thick gold buttons

Woman in red: Luann posed with independent art curator Brooke Wise when they achieved the benefit. She looked fierce in a shiny red python print with thick gold buttons

Woman in red: Luann posed with independent art curator Brooke Wise when they achieved the benefit. She looked fierce in a shiny red python print with thick gold buttons

Artist Nicole Nadeau glittered in a dress consisting of oil slick stripes and golden shoes.

Ugly Betty actor Mark Indelicato stood out in a pea-green suit and a tie-dye shirt underneath.

Luann posed with independent art curator Brooke Wise when they achieved the benefit.

She looked fierce in a shiny red python print with thick gold buttons.

Rocking out: artist Sean Powell rocked a jacket covered with colored panels along with a red cap and weathered jeans. Dani Miller, leader of the punk band Surfbort, stood out in a blue jumpsuit covered with decorative patches

Rocking out: artist Sean Powell rocked a jacket covered with colored panels along with a red cap and weathered jeans. Dani Miller, leader of the punk band Surfbort, stood out in a blue jumpsuit covered with decorative patches

Rocking out: artist Sean Powell rocked a jacket covered with colored panels along with a red cap and weathered jeans. Dani Miller, leader of the punk band Surfbort, stood out in a blue jumpsuit covered with decorative patches

Brave: Josh Wyatt, CEO of NeueHouse, was stuck with a smooth white shirt without a tie. Curator Jeffrey Deitch looked neat in a navy suit with double row of buttons with wide pinstripes and glasses with a round frame

Brave: Josh Wyatt, CEO of NeueHouse, was stuck with a smooth white shirt without a tie. Curator Jeffrey Deitch looked neat in a navy suit with double row of buttons with wide pinstripes and glasses with a round frame

Brave: Josh Wyatt, CEO of NeueHouse, was stuck with a smooth white shirt without a tie. Curator Jeffrey Deitch looked neat in a navy suit with double row of buttons with wide pinstripes and glasses with a round frame

Artist Sean Powell rocked a jacket covered with colored panels along with a red cap and weathered jeans.

Dani Miller, leader of the punk band Surfbort, stood out in a blue jumpsuit covered with decorative patches.

Josh Wyatt, CEO of NeueHouse, a workspace for artists and makers, is stuck with a supple white tie shirt.

Jeffrey Deitch, the former curator of the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Los Angeles, looked neat in a two-tone navy suit with wide pinstripes and round-frame glasses.

Pioneer: Durk Dehner (standing) helped found the Tom of Finland Foundation, which evolved from preserving the work of the artist who was known for his homo-erotic drawings to preserving all erotic art

Pioneer: Durk Dehner (standing) helped found the Tom of Finland Foundation, which evolved from preserving the work of the artist who was known for his homo-erotic drawings to preserving all erotic art

Pioneer: Durk Dehner (standing) helped found the Tom of Finland Foundation, which evolved from preserving the work of the artist who was known for his homo-erotic drawings to preserving all erotic art

Interface: Luann hobnobbed with artists in favor

Interface: Luann hobnobbed with artists in favor

Interface: Luann hobnobbed with artists in favor

The Tom of Finland Foundation was founded by the artist of the same name, whose real name was Touko Laaksonen.

He was best known for gay erotic drawings of men with muscles, often in motorcyclists.

The organization originally preserved its own artworks, but its mission eventually extended to the preservation of all erotic artworks, and it mentions promoting “more tolerant views about sexuality” as one of the main goals.

Helping hand: the RHONY star supported her daughter Victoria, an artist

Helping hand: the RHONY star supported her daughter Victoria, an artist

Helping hand: the RHONY star supported her daughter Victoria, an artist

Risqué: her work often contains erotic components, a perfect fit for the base

Risqué: her work often contains erotic components, a perfect fit for the base

Risqué: her work often contains erotic components, a perfect fit for the base

Striking: Victoria gave a show with her green outfit for photographers

Striking: Victoria gave a show with her green outfit for photographers

Striking: Victoria gave a show with her green outfit for photographers

The event included live performances for attendees, along with a display of erotic art.

Victoria took the opportunity to set up a show as she wrapped her green cover, while her mother bumped with artists.

Luann returns to Bravo for season 12 of RHONY on April 2.

The new season misses long-term cast member Bethenny Frankel, who was there from the start, although she broadcast seasons four through six.

Fashion designer and married to Mob’s CEO, Leah McSweeney, will join the series instead.

Fascinating: the event contained live performance art, as well as erotic paintings that adorn the walls

Fascinating: the event contained live performance art, as well as erotic paintings that adorn the walls

Fascinating: the event contained live performance art, as well as erotic paintings that adorn the walls

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