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JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE & JESSICA BIEL
We bet we can guess where got the “Suit and Tie” he’s sporting here – from his style sidekick Tom Ford. The singer and his clink glasses before heading to their seats to check out the designer’s dramatic show.
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BURBERRY FRONT ROW
We assume the runway models had serious hair envy of this striking group of stars, including (from left) Downton Abbey’s Michelle Dockery, Burberry Beauty face Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Freida Pinto, Rita Ora and .
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The critics may have panned her show, but the is all smiles at the presentation of her first-ever collection for River Island.
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INTERNATIONAL WOOLMARK PRIZE JUDGES
As if you needed more proof that has made it as a designer, she takes a spot on a judging panel next to renowned designers Diane von Furstenberg and Donatella Versace.
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Like she’d let a little busted foot keep her from Fashion Week! The longtime Topshop attends the line’s Topshop Unique show in a studded cast to match her heavy-metal crutches and Topshop duds.
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We’re not sure we would have looked at this statement-making blue velvet Christopher Kane dress and thought “it needs a hat,” but then again, we’re no (at the designer’s show).
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TOPSHOP UNIQUE FRONT ROW
Yes, and One Direction’s Louis Tomlinson are on a double date. No, we don’t think they cleared it with their significant others first. The two stars share a front row seat (and both sport Topshop clothes) at the show.
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There’s one way to deal with all those paparazzi flashbulbs: leave your sunglasses on indoors. The socialite handles the press like a pro at the Antonio Berardi show, where she wears a collared shirt with a schoolgirl skirt and a chic jacket.
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LANA DEL REY & ALEXA CHUNG
It Girl Lana and Brit Girl Alexa both take a very different approach to front-row dressing at Mulberry. Lana goes goth, while Alexa chooses a less somber approach with fresh-faced makeup and shaggy bangs.