PETA Gets Fashion Friendly, RETNA Makes His First Stop On Hallelujah World Tour

by Rebecca Brunn · February 11, 2011

    PETA and friends made a more fashion-friendly appearance at Fashion Week in Stella McCartney's boutique, with not a drop of paint in sight, while the opening of street artist RETNA's Hallelujah World Tour rolled out the concrete carpet for an innovative new art installation. Check out all the action from these parties here!

    PETA's Fashion Week Bash

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    The fur was flying (or, you know, nonexistent) at PETA's party as the likes of Tim Gunn, Olivia Munn, Stephanie Pratt and Taraji P. Henson showed their support for their furry friends more stylishly than any other animal lovers out there.

    Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld and Andy Valmorbida present the opening of RETNA: The Hallelujah World Tour

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    Vladimir Roitfeld and Andy Valmorbida presented the first New York solo show of the street artist RETNA for the the first stop on his Hallelujah World Tour. Organized by the curator PM Tenore, the exhibition drew an attendance of over 2000 from the wolds of art and fashion. Check out these pics from the opening, featuring Amanda Hearst, Chris Brown, Brian Atwood, Mark "The Cobrasnake" Hunter, and Olivier Zahm. Don't miss the installation before it jets off to London and Hong Kong!  After the exhibition, FW VIPs headed to Indochine for cocktails where DJ Nick Cohen spun an amazing set.