#SocialGathering: Jennifer Lopez Previews Her Shoe Designs; Barbra Streisand Goes Pantless for 'W' Mag

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And Chris Pratt posts a video of his son for an important cause.

Can't keep up with what's been going on in the social media world? Fret not. Here, a gathering of what the stars have been up to this week on social media.

Jennifer Lopez Models Her Giuseppe Zanotti Shoe Collection

Those looking forward to Jennifer Lopez's shoe collaboration with Giuseppe Zanotti now can get a sneak peek of her upcoming collection. Launching in January, the line will include a strappy stiletto (appropriately named Jen), a crystal-encrusted peep-toe boot (called Lynda) and four more exclusive styles. The #GiuseppeXJennifer collection, priced from $795 to $1,995, will be available at Saks, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Bergdorf Goodman and Giuseppe Zanotti stores.

Speaking of Shoes, Rihanna Also Reveals Her Second Collab With Manolo Blahnik

RiRi has unveiled her second collab with Manolo Blahnik, dubbed the Savage Collection. The three-piece range, inspired by classic Timberland boots, includes a stiletto lace-up bootie, a camel knee-high style and a lace-up knee-high number — all lined with fur. Priced from $1,345 to $2,985, the new #RihannaXManolo collection is now available online and at select Manolo Blahnik locations.


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Barbra Streisand Covers W Magazine's December Issue

Babs has still got it. At 74 years old, Barbra Streisand isn't afraid to strip down — and she proved as much with her new W magazine cover. Styled by Edward Enninful, the legend is seen posing pantless for the glossy's December issue, wearing only a white dress shirt and black silk tie, with a blazer casually hung over her shoulder. Hey, if you've got it, flaunt it.


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Chris Pratt Posts a Video of His Son in Honor of World Prematurity Day

In honor of World Prematurity Day on Nov. 17, Chris Pratt took to Instagram to post a video of his adorable 4-year-old son, Jack, playing with a praying mantis. "As many of you may know, our son Jack was just over 3 pounds when he was born. Thanks to scientific advances made possible by #marchofdimes funding, today he's a perfectly healthy, curious 4 year old," captioned the actor, who asked his followers to join the effort by supporting March of Dimes, a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the health of mothers and babies.


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Victoria Beckham Features Daughter Harper's Drawing on T-shirt for World AIDS Day

Victoria Beckham debuted a new limited-edition tee in honor of World AIDS Day (Dec. 1), with all proceeds benefiting Born Free America, a philanthropic initiative devoted to ending the transmission of HIV from mothers to their children. The T-shirt features artwork by her 5-year-old daughter, Harper, who has made the same scribble on dad David's hand before. Cute.


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Olympian Meryl Davis Calls Out Sportswear Brands for Using Models Instead of Athletes

Olympic medalist Meryl Davis took to Twitter to express her frustration with sportswear brands enlisting models to pose in their apparel, instead of actual athletes. She posted a three-way photo split of Bella Hadid (who recently signed with Nike), Kylie Jenner (with Puma) and Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman (with Reebok), adding, "I'll take the one promoted by the athlete please." Reebok, which also counts Gigi Hadid as an ambassador, responded to Davis with the hands-in-the-air celebrating emoji. Nike and Puma have yet to weigh in.

Sophie Theallet Declares That She Will Not Dress Melania Trump

It was the open letter read around the industry, if not the world. Fashion designer Sophie Theallet, whose designs have been worn by FLOTUS Michelle Obama, wrote that she would not be dressing Melania Trump. "I will not participate in dressing or associating in any way with the next First Lady," she wrote, adding, "I encourage my fellow designers to do the same."