Paris Attacks: Fashion Community Sends Prayers on Social Media
Kendall Jenner, Alexa Chung and 'Project Runway' judge Nina Garcia are sending their love.
As news develops about the most recent Nov. 13 attacks in Paris, where at least 60 people have been found dead and 100 more still held hostage at press time, the fashion community is taking to social media to send thoughts and prayers to all those affected.
Kendall Jenner wrote on Twitter, "praying for Paris," while designer Adam Lippes posted a photo of France's national tricolor flag to show solidarity. Altuzarra Studios, model Constance Jablonski, writer Linlee Allen and several others showed support with all black photos.
praying for Paris— Kendall Jenner (@KendallJenner) November 13, 2015
Terrible news. Thinking of everyone in Paris— alexa chung (@alexa_chung) November 13, 2015
Such horrific things happening in the world. My heart is with everyone in Paris.— Suki Waterhouse (@sukiwaterhouse) November 13, 2015
My heart, thoughts and prayers goes out to everyone in #Paris right now. So sad. Stay indoors. Stay safe please.— Joe Zee (@mrjoezee) November 13, 2015
❤️ to anyone affected by Paris shooting. Peace and love to all.— Man Repeller (@ManRepeller) November 13, 2015
Paris: the city of love and light #PrayForParis— Eva Chen (@evachen212) November 13, 2015