(9 Jun 2018)
CLIENTS PLEASE NOTE: SOUNDBITE SEVEN CONTAINS AN EXPLETIVE
Burbank, Calif., 8 June 2018
1. Wide exterior of circus tent
2. January Jones, Jaime King, Emma Roberts and Aubrey Plaza sit front row
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Jaime King, Actress - on Kate Spade: "God, I started working with Kate when I was 14. I am 39. It's like what does she mean to women? You know, like she saw a gap in the market and she was wholly herself. She started at 'Mademoiselle' and, you know, like someone like her that really pioneered something which was like OK, you know, she wanted to make beautiful handbags and beautiful clothes and bright colors and, you know, she was very like whimsical and free and like she made everybody feel welcome. And you know she just really paved the way for women in such a huge way that I don't think a lot of people know about her, you know? And a price point at which women could afford, you know, without compromising quality and a lot of people weren't thinking about that stuff then, you know?"
4. January Jones, Jaime King, Emma Roberts and Aubrey Plaza sit front row
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Jaime King, Actress - on Anthony Bourdain: "You know and just who he was, you know, to the world. The way that he crossed borders and boundaries and races and circumstances and people and communing with people. He was about the communion. He was about going into people's homes and, you know, like meeting them at their level. And he did like, again, like a pioneer in that way. When he started at CNN, it's like the idea of having a chef as a journalist? You know, but he was that guy. You know, and also what he did for women. He stood up for us. You know he stood up for our movement. And, you know, even if someone did nothing, it's not about someone successes. It's about the fact that every human life has value and that we are living in an epidemic."
6. Paris Jackson, January Jones, Jaime King sit front row
7. SOUNDBITE (English) Jaime King, Actress: "We have to address this crisis that's happening. The second highest cause of death for adolescents 15 to 19 is suicide. It replaced homicide. So number one is accidents, two is suicide, three is homicide. Like the (expletive), a 30 percent jump in suicide? What is that saying about our supposedly connected life and what we're thinking about? People think, 'Oh that person, they're having mental health issues' or this or that. But that is not always the case, you know? And we need a tell people that they're valued and they're worthwhile and we need to remember ourselves that we are worthwhile."
8. January Jones speaks to reporters
9. SOUNDBITE (English) January Jones, Actress: "I never watched the show, but I am a fan of him and his voice and I have a lot of friends who are diehard fans and yes, very sad."
Reporter: "What do you think the take away is from these tragedies?"
January Jones: "Well, I guess when, you know, I mean it happens every day, but when someone who's in the public eye passes away ... Mental health issues are huge deal and it just hopefully will bring more awareness and more, you know, sympathy and people are able to… I think what I've seen a lot today on social media and stuff are just the hotline numbers and stuff for people who aren't famous to be able to reach out and feel like they have ... they're heard and they have someone to talk to."
10. Kris Jenner and Jeremy Scott pose backstage
Reporter: "Had you crossed paths?"
12. Jeremy Scott greets people backstage
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