Selena Gomez's fashion show met by protesters in New York

Selena Gomez addresses the crowd at the adidas NEO Label fall 2013 fashion show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week on Feb. 6, 2013, in New York. Getty

Selena Gomez sat front and center at the fashion show to preview the first collection in her collaboration with Adidas' streetwear Neo label.

Her show, though, was very briefly interrupted by a protester trying to hand out leaflets about sweatshops.

E! News reports that protesters from the United Students Against Sweatshops organization also gathered together outside Gomez's show, holding up a banner that read: "Selena: Don't be an Ambassador for Sweatshops."

The runway at Wednesday evening's show was a next-gen catwalk: Teenager bloggers were charged with styling the outfits instead of industry professionals.

Gomez thanked them as she stood on stage at the end of the show. She was flanked by models in denim shorts, Bermudas, slouchy sweats and T-shirts that read "Pirate Love." There were a few graffiti prints sprinkled in, and some varsity jackets.

The clothes, mostly in sunny yellow, bright pink and navy, were more surf than sport, which is Adidas' normal niche.

According to E! News, Gomez was spotted leaving Justin Bieber's home last weekend. The pair broke up last year.

Bieber recently revealed one of his new songs was written about his break up with Gomez. The track appears on his new No. 1 album, "Believe Acoustic."

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