Scarlett's twin brother supported her at a fashion fundraiser for President Obama
Scarlett Johansson joined forces with Anna Wintour to host a Runway to Win event in New York last night, and was joined by her oh-so-handsome twin brother, Hunter Johansson.
Runway to Win is an organisation set up to raise money for the re-election of President Barack Obama and, as one way to garner funds, has released Obama-themed T-shirts and accessories, designed by some of fashion's biggest names.
Johansson, 27, looked chic in a Stella McCartney peplum dress has she arrived at the fundraiser, on the arm of her brother, who happens to work for President Obama.
The actress gave a speech during the evening about the importance of getting Obama re-elected and the ways in which Runway to Win intends to help.
Solange Knowles also showed up in place of Beyonce, whose House of Dereon brand has chipped in with some Obama-themed T-shirt designs emblazoned with some of the President's most famous quotes.
Other high profile attendees on the night included Chanel Iman, Vera Wang, Tommy Hilfiger, Kenneth Cole, Karlie Kloss, Karolina Kurkova and Joan Smalls.
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