What Our Editors Are Really Bringing to Fashion Week
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GIGI HADID & KENDALL JENNER
Yes, you're seeing that right, those are multicolored dreadlocks on the models at Marc Jacobs.
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MADDIE & TAE
The country stars kick off their capsule collection for Aqua at Bloomingdale's by serving as their own best models (and in Tae's case, twinning with one of the actual models!).
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The multitasking mom promotes her Chinese Laundry line and her Emerald Duv jewelry line at the Kia Style360 space.
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The singer (wearing a complicated print blouse and pants situation) also looks perplexed by the colorful hair.
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ASHLEY OLSEN & ALISON CHEMLA
The designer gets in touch with her inner child at the Hasbro-inspired launch of Alison Lou's latest collection.
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"I think the makeup was there to complement the hair," makeup artist François Nars said of the look. "Then we felt no, Marc wanted the girls to look like they're having fun."
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The star storms the runway in her dyed wool dreadlocks and majorly stacked platforms.
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YOLANDA & BELLA HADID
Can't beat a selfie with mom before heading to the runway!
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The model of the moment manages to make walking in mega-stacked sandals look easy.
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All 12,500 wool dreadlocks were dyed by hand by a woman named Jena from Florida -- a fact Karlie looks surprised about.
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MALIN AKERMAN & CARLA GUGINO
The stars go girlie (and, compared to the models, super-natural) for their front-row seats at the show.
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And in her polka-dot day dress, Niki might as well be in jeans and a T-shirt (comparatively!).
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"The girl had this kind of beauty that's either dramatic or more subtle," Nars told reporters of the Marc Jacobs beauty loo, "but they look beautiful at the end, in Marc's eyes and in my eyes."
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