This year, Christie's auction house has decided to focus attention on the New York fashion world, and one of its most important proponents, Andy Warhol. Warhol was integral to the style scene for not only his love for department stores, but also his relationship with internationally recognized designers and his fascination with aesthetics and the image. Warhol represented fashion through his own attentive eyes, producing a diverse body of work, from drawings of accessories to photography portraits and design sketches. Christie's auction house is organizing an online-only auction to benefit the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts from September 11–25. The auction counts 120 art pieces and will display some unknown prints, photographs, and drawings. The event is part of a series entitled “Andy Warhol at Christie's” that started in June with the auction “For Members Only: Eyes on the Guise,” which showed some of Warhol's nude male portraits. The current collection "Fashion Sessions" proves that the “King of Pop,” as he was often reffered as by the media, created more than print reproductions. Christie’s auction unveils Warhol’s more artistic and abstract side, with runway shots from fashion shows in the 1980s to portraits of major fashion icons including Yves Saint Laurent.