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Fashion Shows’ Stars and Styles

Chelsea. Donatella. Paul. Jean-Paul. Gwyneth. Giorgio. More and more, the worlds of fashion and celebrity are intertwined no more so than at the star-packed shows each spring and fall that launch the latest looks. Who was there? Who got the best seats? Who got snubbed? We have the latest photos.

PLUS: Look for other seasonal PEOPLE.com features at http://www.fallfulloffun.com

Profiles

Heartthrob British actor Jude Law (left) is named after the main character in Thomas Hardy’s novel Jude the Obscure. Singer Toni Braxton and her siblings were only allowed to listen to religious music growing up. Fifteen years after leaving to pursue an acting career, Elisabeth Shue returned to Harvard in 2000 to complete her degree in government. Find out more about these celebrities and hundreds of others in our photo-filled PEOPLE Profiles.

Poll

PEOPLE.com asked: Kelly Clarkson may have won American Idol, but that does not guarantee a lasting career. Which of the final four from FOX’s hit series is most likely to have long-term stardom?

Kelly Clarkson 55%

Justin Guarini 27%

Tamyra Gray 11%

Nikki McKibbin 7%

PEOPLE ON TV THIS WEEK

PEOPLE IN THE NEWS

(Sept. 28, 11 a.m., 3 p.m.; Sept. 29, 1 a.m., 8 p.m.; and Sept. 30, 1 a.m. ET)

We profile Reba McEntire as her hit sitcom kicks off its second season.