Celebrities like Howard Stern, his girlfriend Beth Ostrosky and "Sex and the City" star Kim Cattrall turned out on Saturday for the most highly anticipated summer event of the New York charity circuit: the Robert Wilson Watermill Art Center Benefit.

The center, a residency program that's the brainchild of experimental theater artist Robert Wilson, brings together more then 80 artists from 30 countries and from all disciplines for intensive creative examination and artistic development.

The benefit in New York's ritzy Hamptons gives guests a chance to step into the performance world that artists have created in five weeks of working together.

Click here to see photos from the event.