London Fashion Week: Mr. & Mrs. Justin Timberlake Toast Tom Ford
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.
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 .
The critics may have panned her show, but the is all smiles at the presentation of her first-ever collection for River Island.
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.
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.
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).
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.
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.
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.