Thursday, February 14, 2013 / 6:04 pm
Katherine made it a fashion show hat-trick on Wednesday afternoon, attending the J. Mendel Fall 2013 runway event at the Lincoln Center to check out designs for the coming season.
Wearing a floral print jacquard J. Mendel dress with studded coral Christian Louboutin "Pigalle Spikes" pumps, Katherine chatted to the reporters about her New York trip, where she has spent time between the promotion of her Just One animal welfare product line, with new stylist Tanya Gill looking at the clothes they want to try out for her.
Thursday, February 14, 2013 / 8:46 am
A busy Wednesday in New York City saw Katherine begin her day with a visit to the Rachael Ray Show studios, where she recorded an a appearance on the daytime show, bringing with her some adorable puppies to help spread the word about the importance of pet adoption.
Wednesday, February 13, 2013 / 5:00 am
Continuing her promotional visit to New York, Katherine taped a guest appearance on ABC’s daytime cooking and talk show The Chew on Tuesday morning, before heading off to catch her second fashion show of the week at Jenny Packham’s Fall 2013 Collection event in the afternoon.
The show kicked off at 1pm at the Lincoln Center with Katherine, wearing a sleeveless black cocktail dress with crystal beading from the British designers AW13 Collection, sitting in the front row alongside actress and singer Vanessa Hudgens.
Tuesday, February 12, 2013 / 7:36 am
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York is in full flow and yesterday evening (February 11th) Katherine had a front row seat at designer Reem Acra’s Fall 2013 show, as the Japanese culture inspired collection took center stage at the Lincoln Center.
Wearing a blue lace Reem Acra dress and Giussepe Zanotti heels, Katherine accessorized her look with Neil Lane earrings, a Vram for Gray Gallery bracelet and ring, and a Swarovski bag.
Monday, February 11, 2013 / 3:12 pm
Visiting ABC’s Good Morning America earlier today, Katherine showed off her new Just One range of pet products, designed to help reduce the number of animals being killed in shelters. Alongside her mother Nancy, with whom she co-founded her animal welfare organization the Jason Debus Heigl Foundation, Katherine created the Just One line to help address the pet overpopulation crisis. A crisis which sees over 4 million heathly, adoptable cats and dogs euthanized every year in the United States – simply because homes can not be found for them.
Keen to extend the success of the Foundation’s life saving programs, which have resulted in a 14% reduction in shelter intake areas such as California City, across the rest of the United States, the Heigl’s needed a way to help fund their efforts. In conjunction with their own philanthropy, which has seen them invest millions of dollars in helping to address the problem, the proceeds from the sale of Just One products will help to save even more lives.