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Fashion icons graces NY's Empire State Building for Harper's Bazaar

New York's famed Empire State Building celebrates its 150th anniversary of style magazine Harper's Bazaar with projections of iconic fashion and the presdence of fashion icons.

New York's famed Empire State Building was lit up with sky-high iconic fashion photographs after nightfall on Wednesday to celebrate the 150th anniversary of style magazine Harper's Bazaar.

Starting from 8:30pm (0030 GMT Thursday) and scheduled to run until midnight, the north side of the building flashed iconic shoots and cultural moments from the pages of Harper's into the New York skyline.

Among reproductions of the glossy pages set to shine over Manhattan, and streamed live on the magazine's Facebook page, was Barbadian superstar Rihanna sitting in the mouth of Jaws.

Since 1976 the Empire State Building has traditionally changed the color of its tower lights to celebrate or commemorate different occasions and organizations throughout the year. They showcased their most iconic images and cultural moments in partnership with Tiffany&Co.

A new computer driven LED light system capable of exhibiting 16 million colors, and can change instantaneously was installed in 2012.

Top models at the event include Kate Moss, present cover girl Kendall Jenner and late style icon Marilyn Monroe were showcased in the city of lights.

Others at the Bazaar include, Iman Mohammed, Vera Wang, Kris Jenner, Coco Rocha, Tory Burch, Prabal Gurung, Stacey Bendet, Monique Lhuillier, Christie Brinkley, Doutzen Kroes, Zac Posen, Constance Jablonski, Dj Mia Morelli, Ebony Davis, Priyanka Chopra, Janet Mock, Kate Bock and Demi Moore








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