Stars Walk The Runway For Autism Speaks La Vie En Blue Fashion Gala


Big stars arrived at Warner Bros. Studios to show their support for Autism Speaks at Metropolitan Fashion Week’s Vie En Blue Fashion Gala on September 30th. Perez Hilton, Vivica A. Fox,  Hilary Rhoda, Molly Sims, Jeannie Mai, Joanna Krupa were amongst the numerous stars that attended the event.

The night opened with a Guess runway show modeled by children with autism. Vivica A. Fox, Hilary Rhoda and Eve walked the runway modeling blue gowns that will be placed in the silent auction to raise money. Cirque Du Soleil’s Zumanity performers journeyed from Vegas to perform for guests last night. Steven Grossman (Producer of Untitled Entertainment) and Harry Topping Jr., SR. (VP of City National Bank) were honored for their contributions to Autism Speaks.

Metropolitan Fashion Week was founded by television personality Eduardo Khawam. MFW features avant garde and couture pieces from fashion and costume designers from all over the world. The fashion shows are presented in Seattle, Los Angeles, Las Vegas and Palm Springs.

Autism Speaks is the world’s leading autism advocacy organization providing awareness and raising funding for autism. Autism Speaks is dedicated to research, treatments and finding a cure for autism. Autism is a developmental brain disorder that is characterized by impaired social interaction, limited verbal communication and repetitive behavior patterns. Austism is caused by a genetic  and environmental factors. 1 in 68 children in the U.S. have autism. More than 70 million people have autism worldwide. learn more about Autism Speaks, please visit

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