All the Stars at Fashion Week
MIU MIU FRONT ROW
MARY-KATE & ASHLEY OLSEN
The fashionable duo just got even easier to tell apart, now that (with her sis on the way to Nicolas Ghesquière’s first Louis Vuitton show) is rocking a new enormous vintage Cartier sparkler.
JARED LETO & LUPITA NYONG'O
This year’s Best Supporting Actor and Actress Oscar winners get cozy (and give us hope for a truly fabulous couple; make it happen, Universe!) at the Miu Miu show.
LOUIS VUITTON FRONT ROW
Chloë Sevigny, Kate Mara and Max Minghella give off some serious ’90s vibes while taking in the looks sent down the LV runway.
KEIRA KNIGHTLEY & JAMES RIGHTON
RIHANNA, CARA DELEVINGNE & JOAN SMALLS
We wish our grocery store supplied as much style as this one does. Joan adds a supermodel and a to her cart as she shops her way through the supermarket-themed Chanel runway.
KANYE, RICARDO & RIHANNA
While one thing gets unveiled (Creative Director Tisci’s new Givenchy collection), another thing gets veiled (Rihanna). Wonder if will get one of those face-obscuring baseball caps for now.
With her sister s there supporting her, the new runway model struts her stuff at the Givenchy fashion show wearing a snakeskin top and sheer skirt.
Even when she’s not on the runway, she’s stealing the models’ thunder. This time, it’s thanks to her loud oversize coat, worn front row at the Comme des Garçons show.
The face of Balmain shows exactly why the face of Balmain, managing to pull off a heretofore impossible-to-wear look of an olive green leather-and-cotton cargo ensemble finished with lace-up heels and a bright-pink pout.
OLIVIA PALERMO & JESSICA ALBA
These two may be battling it out for the title of Best Celeb Street Style, but Olivia and (separated by CR editor Carine Roitfeld) play nice in the front row at Nina Ricci. (We think Jess may be pulling ahead by a nose with that matching-lipstick-and-heels maneuver, but don’t tell Olivia.)
Answering the eternal question “What would Studio 54 look like in modern times?”, Emma pairs her lamé Lanvin dress with a matching iPhone case in the front row of the line’s show.
MIRANDA KERR, JOURDAN DUNN, JESSICA ALBA & SOLANGE
Ermahgerd! H&M decided to invite some of our favorite street style stars to sit front row at the brand’s Paris show. Our invitation must have been lost in the mail, but that’s okay: We’re busy taking notes on their outfits (and lipstick shades).
OLIVIA PALERMO & JOHANNES HUEBL
Can you imagine what their wedding pictures will look like (not to mention their children)? Those are the thoughts that run through our minds every time we see the fashionista and her model fiancé together (here at the H&M show in Paris).
Has anyone checked the closets of King Triton’s daughters? We think the actress may have lifted one of their performance outfits for the Bulgari red carpet – this shimmering sheath has a very “under the sea” feel to us.
Most cowgirls probably don’t have to advertise their cowgirl status via a black leather bandeau bra, but then again, supermodel Naomi is not your average cowgirl. Designer Philipp Plein also gave her the world’s largest belt buckle to pull off as only she can.
Is the actress trying to up her standings in today’s Oscars gown showdown? She reminds us that she’s got winning style in the draped champagne number and python pumps (both Salvatore Ferragamo) she wears to the line’s show.
The multi-talented adds another slash to her title, walking the Moschino runway in Milan in black-and-gold garb.
She’s the real deal and she’s got the shirt to prove it. Also bringing some star power to the Moschino catwalk, Rita lets down her hair and puts on her best pout for the audience.
What, like you don’t have a miniature fur-trimmed Karl Lagerfeld keychain to match your oversize fur hood? The in-demand model hits the runway for the designer’s Fendi collection carrying one very unusual accessory.
The actress apparently takes her designation as Max Mara’s “Face of the Future” very seriously, wearing a fashion-forward gold tank under a blousy blazer and cream pants at the line’s Milan show.
What jet lag? Coco puts the “super” in “supermodel,” hitting the runway at Gyunel Friday without missing a beat, despite her jam-packed NYFW wrapping up just the day before.
We were just happy our boyfriends got us flowers for Valentine’s Day. Leave it to to up the romance quotient by taking a front row seat at Burberry to cheer on his girlfriend, model Suki Waterhouse.
What nerves? The model is the picture of calm before hitting the Burberry runway – maybe because she knows she’s got a very handsome guy waiting for her at the end of it?
TINIE TEMPAH & HARRY STYLES
No word on whether the two discussed a musical collaboration from their front row seats at Burberry, though we’re not above starting a Twitter campaign for that particular duet.
The reigning queen of high-low style appears to be scoping out some new additions to her wardrobe at the presentation for British high-street brand Whistles.
KENDALL JENNER & ANNA WINTOUR
Is Kelly also hoping for a Vogue mention? Her sultry Blue Steel gaze and for-fashion-insiders-only purple pout at the Mulberry show makes us think yes.
If you had to guess who was in this photo based only on the outfit description – midnight blue fur jacket, leaf-print jumpsuit and fringe booties – chances are you’d guess it was Kate. Who else could pull off such an eclectic look at the Topshop Unique show?
The world’s most famous eyebrows – and the model who owns them – made an appearance at the Mulberry show in a plunging tux-inspired suit and sexy sandals.
Apparently the Whistles presentation was the place to be for all celebs-slash-fashion-bloggers: The Revenge star, “Ring My Bell” author and Celeb Style Council member made her appearance in a baggy blush pink jumpsuit and neutral heels.
LUPITA NYONG'O & NAOMI WATTS
We know these two live in a different world than us in the figurative sense, but do they also live in another climate zone? Because they’re at the Calvin Klein Collection show in spring-y pastels and bare legs while the rest of us wear long johns under our jeans and snow boots.
FRONT ROW AT MARCHESA
One of these outfits is not like the others. Apparently Olivia Palermo didn’t get the memo about wearing a feminine lace Marchesa dress, though Tyra Banks, Sarah Paulson, and Anna Kendrick read the message loud and clear.
Everyone else’s eyes seem to be on the Jeremy Scott model walking the runway, but you know who has our attention: that man on the left with the gorgeous hommebré hair.