Updated 09:01 AM EST, Fri, Jan 21, 2022

Jessica Alba Shocked After 'Body-Checking' of Kylie Jenner's Guards at New York Fashion Week

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Jessica Alba addressed the recent reports claiming that Kylie Jenner's bodyguards jostled her out of the way at the New York Fashion Week.

The New York Post reported the news on Monday, describing the scene that unfolded on Sunday's Opening Ceremony runway show as part of NYFW.

"After the show, trying to leave the venue, it was very crowded," a source revealed, as quoted by the news outlet. "Everyone was in the crush and Jessica had stopped briefly to say hi to someone when all of a sudden from behind came Jenner's bodyguards. They just shoved Jessica out of the way. She just looked astonished!"

The Honest Company founder "didn't freak out" over the incident, the New York Post added.

In an interview with Andy Cohen on Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live" on Wednesday, Alba recounted what happened and aired out her own take on the event.

"I was just really shocked," the "Barely Lethal" actress said, as quoted by E! News. "I got like body checked."

She continued, "It was by two of them. I was like, 'Whoa! Whoa! What's happening?' I thought there was like a fire. 'What's going on?' But I guess someone was just leaving the building. So, yeah, I don't know. It was really shocking."

Alba, 34, said that Jenner has not reached out to her yet, but she doesn't blame the 18-year-old in the incident. "I'm sure they don't know when it's happening," she said in the interview, as reported by E! News.

Jessica Alba Expands The Honest Company

Alba recently expanded her company with the launch of Honest Beauty, a collection that caters to cosmetics and skin care.

According to Vanity Fair, Honest Beauty offers more than 80 natural products free of toxic ingredients such as parabens and formaldehyde carriers. The products, which are aimed to customers aged 15 to 35, are affordable with prices that range from $8 to $40. Moisturizers, cleansers, sunscreen, eye creams, makeup wipes, and a starter kit holding sample sizes for newcomers to the brand are presented for those who have normal, dry, or oily skin.

"No one's doing this type of performance with formulations that are this clean," said Alba of their competitors, as reported by Vanity Fair. "You're getting a luxury product for half the price."

As for its cosmetics, essential beauty products that match various skin tones are offered. Customers can purchase primer, tinted moisturizers, foundation, concealer, eyeliners, eyes shadows, mascara, glosses, and lip crayons, the news outlet listed.

For more info, head to honestbeauty.com.

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