by Jessica Lapidos on
On the sixth floor of Saks Fifth Avenue, Montblanc brought a limited edition writing instrument to light as Kristin Chenoweth brought every guest to a hush. To welcome the first ever white resin version of the iconic pen, along with a solid white collection that benefits the preservation of the Mont Blanc mountain range in the Swiss Alps, she made the hills come alive with the sound of her voice.
Enjoy the Wicked voice of Kristin Chenoweth singing The Sound of Music to honor Montblanc and its namesake, the tallest mountain range in the Swiss Alps.
We caught up with Kristin Chenoweth after her tear-inducing performance.
What’s your favorite thing to wear right now?
Very comfortable clothes. I’m really into Proenza [Schouler] right now. I just wore a beautiful shift dress by Joie on Oprah two days ago.
Wow! What was that like being on Oprah?!
Crazy! My head’s not even… It’s still in a cloud. It was a very special moment in my life.
You are such a phenomenal talent. How does it feel to be on the stage?
Always on a stage of any kind is a blessing. Because I get so much from the audience and hopefully I can give back. It’s awesome.
Loving this white pocketed number. Who are you wearing tonight?
Theory! I’m all over the map. From Diane Von Furstenberg to Theory. I go anywhere that’s simple and looks good on me. That’s where I go.
Well she’s beautiful, it must not be very difficult.
The “Tribute to Mont Blanc” white collection will be available exclusively at Saks Fifth Avenue in NYC until May 29th, with all proceeds going to conserve the mountain range.