Justin Bieber has made a career making himself very accessible to the masses. So it was no wonder when the young entrepreneur made his stand at Fashion’s Night Out to raise money for his charity, Pencils for Promise, the Beliebers came out en-masse.
Justin Bieber has taken his celebrity to a whole other level beyond teen stardom. The 17-year-old, who became a superstar singing about his Baby and other assorted things that drive teen girls to hysteria, has now conquered the fashion world, appearing at Fashion’s Night Out in support of Dolce & Gabbana.
Meeting the superstar at the event cost you some serious allowance money. Fans hoping for a one-on-one with the star had to purchase a Fashion’s Night Out t-shirt at the mere cost of $195 before being granted an audience with the prince of pop, with the proceeds going to Bieber’s charity, Pencils for Promise.
Bieber’s manager Scooter Braun tweeted after the event, “Thru everyone’s efforts, last night we raised enough to build a school. the youth can make a difference. thank you.”
The party was so large, it overflowed onto Madison Avenue and included celebs such as Brooklyn Decker, Chase Crawford, Tyson Beckford, Usher and newlyweds Eddie Cibrian and LeAnn Rimes.
Justin has already conquered the fragrance world with his smash perfume “Someday”. The sweet and fruity scent is aimed directly at the heart of his 14-18 year old demographic (with a couple of tweens thrown in for good measure).
He stated about his fragrance, “Let’s be real. The way a girl smells is very important to a guy. I have such a deep connection to my fans, so creating a fragrance that I personally love is another way I can bring them close to my world.”
If all goes according to the master plan for Bieber, his profits from the sales of the fragrance alone could top $30 million. He first hit the fragrance world in 2010 with “My World”, which was sold at Walmart. He then reappeared for the beauty masses in the form of a nail polish called “One Less Lonely Girl.”
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