Givenchy's Love Letter to New York #RiccardoTisci and #MarinaAbramovic #NYFW #GRTNYC17

 There is no date more significant to New York city, than September 11th. Hudson River Park Pier 26 is only a few blocks away from where the Twin Towers once stood. The location was chosen for Givenchy’s first-ever show during New York Fashion Week. The event was indeed a thoughtful tribute to 9/11 created by artist Marina Abramovic, whom designer Riccardo Tisci collaborated with to produce a magnificent show. A Buddhist monk sang a mantra as the guests were arriving at pier.

It was a beautiful day and a beautiful scene at the lower Manhattan. The show began with a Jewish religious song, followed by Arabic and Hindu, withLatin "Ave Maria" closing the show. It was so touching and so important for all. Riccardo Tisci and Marina Abramovic wanted to remember the tragedy that happened 14 years ago on September 11th and humanity to unite.

It was one of the most phenomenal celebrity gatherings. Among the attendees were Julia Roberts, Amanda Seyfried, Liv Tyler with father Steven Tyler, Kim Kardashian with husband Kanye West, Ciara, Nicki Minaj, Uma Thurman, Christina Ricci, Courtney Love and many more.

At least 2,000 guests attended the show by a Parisian couturier on the anniversary of 9/11. The collection which included gorgeous lingerie, men's tailoring, phenomenal make up by Pat McGrath was a contrast between elegance and ferocity.

When you asked me to work on the show I felt honored and I also felt great responsibility. The 11th of September is the most sad day in recent American history. As an artistic director I wanted to create something respectful and humble.
— Marina Abramovic
Our choice of music, from six different cultures and religions has the power to unite people without discrimination
— Marina Abramovic
It Was Beyond My Wildest Dreams of Beauty
— Julia Roberts

It was an honor to be part of this historical event and share it with all of you. Marina Abramovic, Riccardo Tisci and JOLIEGAZETTE will never forget!

Founder of Buro 24/7, Mira Duma and Founder of JOLIEGAZETTE,  Juliet Belkin

Founder of Buro 24/7, Mira Duma and Founder of JOLIEGAZETTE,  Juliet Belkin

Teen Vogue Editor Amy Astley and Founder Joliegazette, Juliet Belkin

Teen Vogue Editor Amy Astley and Founder Joliegazette, Juliet Belkin

Naseeba Adilova and Juliet Belkin

Naseeba Adilova and Juliet Belkin

Lauri Levenfeld, Mario Testino and Juliet Belkin

Lauri Levenfeld, Mario Testino and Juliet Belkin

Honest Beauty product launch at Trump Soho New York #NYFW #JessicaAlba

The Honest Company Jessica Alba is in New York for the launch of Honest Beauty products. Alba introduced her lineat Trump SoHo Hotel and looked stunning in her simplelacy Jonathan Saunders dress andpointy pump

Line contains 17 skin care products — cleansers, a facial mist, moisturizers, wipes, etc. All the products are formulated without parabens. sulfates, mineral oils, synthetic fragrance and all other bad for your skin products no one wants.

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Net-a-Porter's Natalie Massenet quits halfway through Yoox merger #Netaporter #Yoox

Net-a-Porter's Founder and Chairwoman resigns the company halfway through the it's merger with Italian e-commerce group It was ruled in August that the fair value for NAP was some 1.5 Billion pounds, 50% more than agreed in the deal. Mossenet complained that Richemont had undervalued the company.  Yoox confirmed that Massenet had resigned and wouldn't be joining the board of directors. There was always a doubt that two strong personalities like Massenet could co-exist with Federico Marchetti who is the e-commerce mind behind Yoox.

Alexander Wang's Squad for charity project with Kanye, Kim, Cara, Kate and more #AlexanderWang #Wang10

Individuality, Motivation, Positivity, Youth, Pride - Do Something!

31-year-old designer Alexander Wang teams up with on a collection of t-shirts and hoodies to raise money for charity, helping children. For the 10 year anniversary of his successful line, designer is not only throwing an awesome party but is designing his own items which are being modeled by a slew of celebrities.

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The San Francisco native Alexander Wang created t-shirts and hoodies, profits from which will go toward The profits are sure to raise a lot of money as t-shirts are being advertised by celebrities such as Kim Kardashian, Kate Moss, Pamela Anderson, Kanye West and many more.

New "Fashion Police" segment dedicated to late Joan Rivers #JoanRivers #MelissaRivers #FashionPolice

Melissa Rivers joined Fashion Police to follow her mother's steps and she did it with a sweet remind of her late mother, Joan Rivers by adding a segment called "What Would Joan Say". Guests of the show will have to guess, what the late star would have said about a celebrity's red carpet look.

Joan died unexpectedly last September at the age of 81. Melissa shares "There isn't a day goes by that I don't personally see something and think, "what would my mom say about this?"

Melissa opened the show on her knees, pretending to collect lint with a lint roller.

"Hi, yeah, it's been a little bit of a crazy year around here, and, well, I'm still cleaning up messes. But the good news is, 'Fashion Police' is back"

The show has had a few bumps since Joan's death.

Kelly Osbourne tweed to Melissa Rivers after the show, "congratulations on an awesome show tonight!"

Melissa River replied with a sweet response,  "I love you!!! The flowers are amazing and you owned the lavender carpet! Xxx"

Olsen Twins move their show to Paris #TheRow #OlsenTwins

MARY-KATE and Ashley Olsen's brand The ROW is showing in Paris this season. Sisters are heading to the city of light, just as Givenchy makes the opposite move. The Row Spring/ Summer 2011 showed in France because of the samples not making it to New York on time. Could their ransition to Paris be because of the latest headlines with former intern accusing of mistreatment?

The dates and the venue are yet to be confirmed.