Autism Speaks Southern California presents La Vie En BLUE Fashion Gala, a night of fashion and philanthropy produced by Metropolitan Fashion Week, hosted by Kevin Frazier and Molly Sims.

This Parisian-themed evening will feature Zumanity by Cirque Du Soleil costumes designed by French fashion designer Thierry Mugler. Other featured designers include GUESS Kids, David Tupaz Couture, Dalia Macphee, Ron Tomson, Carl Andrada, Erick Bendana, Julie Danforth, Jovani Fashions, Usama Ishtay and Sivalia Couture.

Stars such as Vivica A. Fox, Eve, Alicia Machado, Hilary Rhoda, Madison Beer, Shenae Grimes, Keltie Knight and Kristian Alfonso will strut the runway in gorgeous blue evening gowns to be auctioned off, while children on the autism spectrum will model the latest fashions from GUESS Kids.

Also highlighting the evening will be an exclusive performance from ZUMANITY by Cirque du Soleil with costumes designed by Thierry Mugler.

The gala will also honor two fathers and champions of Autism Speaks’ mission – City National Bank’s SVP Harry Topping Jr. and Untitled Entertainment talent manager Steven Grossman (who will receive the award from The Real’s Jeannie Mai).

Stars that have lent their support to La Vie En BLUE’s honorary host committee include Christie Brinkley, Naomi Campbell, Molly Sims, Paris Hilton, Kelly Osbourne, Melissa Rivers, NeNe Leakes, Kelly Rowland, Loni Love and Jeannie Mai.

La Vie En BLUE is generously sponsored by the Guess Foundation, City National Bank, CBRE, Paul Attanasio, Common Wealth Partners, Steelcase, Tangram, FX Networks, MK Rice, Gensler, Howard Building Co, Samsung Group, Coca-Cola Company, Two Faced Cosmetics, Urban Decay Cosmetics, Kendra Scott Jewelry, Big Sugar Bakeshop, Porto’s Bakery, Hidden Gardens Florist and The Los Angeles Kings. Entertainment Tonight and The Hollywood Reporter are media sponsors.

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