Fashion Week 2016: Every Celeb You Can't Miss, from the Front Row to the Runway
GIGI HADID & KENDALL JENNER
Yes, you're seeing that right, those are multicolored dreadlocks on the models at Marc Jacobs.
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!).
The multitasking mom promotes her Chinese Laundry line and her Emerald Duv jewelry line at the Kia Style360 space.
The singer (wearing a complicated print blouse and pants situation) also looks perplexed by the colorful hair.
ASHLEY OLSEN & ALISON CHEMLA
The designer gets in touch with her inner child at the Hasbro-inspired launch of Alison Lou's latest collection.
"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."
The star storms the runway in her dyed wool dreadlocks and majorly stacked platforms.
YOLANDA & BELLA HADID
Can't beat a selfie with mom before heading to the runway!
The model of the moment manages to make walking in mega-stacked sandals look easy.
All 12,500 wool dreadlocks were dyed by hand by a woman named Jena from Florida -- a fact Karlie looks surprised about.
MALIN AKERMAN & CARLA GUGINO
The stars go girlie (and, compared to the models, super-natural) for their front-row seats at the show.
And in her polka-dot day dress, Niki might as well be in jeans and a T-shirt (comparatively!).
"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."
The hair is a result of an hour and a half of work on the part of the hair team (so Karlie should keep hers in all night to make it worth it!).
RALPH LAUREN FRONT ROW
Julianne Moore and her daughter Liv Freundlich, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Annabelle Wallis and Jessica Alba were among the onlookers as the designer transformed the sidewalk in front of his Madison Avenue flagship into a runway.
GIGI & BELLA HADID
The supermodel sisters (when Bella's taking time off from her breakdancing career) snap a selfie before hitting the runway for Anna Sui.
According to the Ralph Lauren Instagram, Kendall embodied the brand's "heritage spirit" as she walked in a Western-style jacket.
The designer does a victory lap in her own lingerie for Addition Elle (with an assist from the brand's VP of marketing, Rosyln Grine).
The star looks delighted by whatever confection just took the runway at Marchesa.
JULIANNE MOORE & LIV FREUNDLICH
Think Liv, 14, gets to hold onto her Ralph Lauren dress for homecoming?
JERRY HALL & COURTNEY LOVE
The supermodel and the singer catch up at the Marchesa show.
Look for her to belt out "Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend" any moment. (Just kidding: She's at an Out of Order x Bulgari event.)
Gigi gets into the moment (and into a really big hat) at the Anna Sui show.
Pretty prints-ess! The star model rocks a tricky suit at the Anna Sui show.
No one embraces the "model off duty" vibe more than Kendall (backstage at Michael Kors) in her Zuhair Murad pants and spaghetti strap top/tee combo.
MICHAEL KORS SHOW
Sienna Miller, Anna Wintour and Emily Blunt can be easily spotted (yeah, we went there from the front row.
The top model knows the magic's in the makeup as she gets done up to walk for Anna Sui.
KATIE HOLMES & ZAC POSEN
The longtime friends (and sometime collaborators!) take in the views from his Brooks Brothers presentation.
The model hits the Michael Kors runway in a floral dress and matching earrings -- perhaps for her next trip to Capri?
MICHAEL KORS & CHRISSY TEIGEN
The model promised glamour at Fashion Week, and she more than delivered at the designer's show.
CHRISTINA HENDRICKS & IRIS APFEL
Considering how much fun we've had talking to the 93-year-old fashion icon, we can only imagine what Christina Hendricks might have discussed with her at Naeem Khan.
The model is all smiles before hitting the Michael Kors runway -- and we do mean literally hitting it, thanks to some wobbly platform heels.
KARLIE KLOSS & TONI GARRN
Great style is black and white, as the two models show at the BOSS show.
If someone's going to try feathered denim, it's obviously going to be Olivia (at the Delpozo show).
COURTNEY LOVE, CHLOË GRACE MORETZ & MICHAEL B. JORDAN
The Coach front row read like our dream dinner party guest list. Enough said.
The singer supports best friend Brandon Maxwell at his show wearing a custom three-piece look by the designer, plus platform boots that look like they're from her "Poker Face" days.
WINONA RYDER & MILLIE BOBBY BROWN
The Stranger Things co-stars had a reunion at the Coach show, and while Winona is a NYFW vet, it was Millie's first time sitting front row. "It's been great already. It's so fun," the 12-year-old actress told PeopleStyle. "The atmosphere is very exciting."
Continuing her whirlwind week, the model of the moment attends the Christian Siriano x Lane Bryant preview wearing an off-the-shoulder, cleavage-baring dress accessorized with a double-buckle belt and sleek patent pumps.
GIA GIUDICE, LISA FORTUNATO & TERESA GIUDICE
SERENA WILLIAMS & ANNA WINTOUR
The only person who can make Anna Wintour smile that big? Tennis pro Serena Williams of course. The duo caught up front row at Coach.
Jessica brings serious star power (and style!) front row at the Narciso Rodriguez show.
OLIVIA PALERMO & WHITNEY PORT
The former fashion foes reunited at the Lanyu show. Does this mean The City is getting a reboot? (Please?)
The actress puts her party pants on (and a white blouse + red lip) for the Chloë, W Magazine and MOCA fashion week event.
FRONT ROW AT DENNIS BASSO
Baron Hilton, Nicky Hilton, June Ambrose and Jessica Lowndes round out the stylish star squad at the designer's show.
The easiest way to look chic front row at Fashion Week: Put on a black jumpsuit and bold lip as Mischa demonstrates at the Chiara Boni La Petite Robe show.
The modeling vet traded the catwalk for a front row seat at the Brandon Maxwell show. And she definitely dressed the part.
The model and designer poses backstage at her Vipe Activewear show in a bump-loving midi and printed bomber.
Why's the actress-turned-beauty mogul smiling so big? Maybe because all the models at the Tory Burch show are wearing her Honest Beauty makeup!
No one could accuse the glam squad at Tory Burch of phoning it in while they get the model runway-ready.
SIMONE BILES & MARIA SHARAPOVA
Two star athletes split their differences in black suiting-inspired styles by the designer. (How much fun is Simone having at her first-ever fashion week?)
VERA WANG COLLECTION FRONT ROW
No shade here: Jasmine Sanders, June Ambrose, Cynthia Erivo, La La Anthony and Emily Ratajkowski send a sweet smooch sailing ove the runway.
PeopleStyle's guest Instagrammer says she "always loves" the Alice + Olivia show.
CHLOË SEVIGNY & VERA WANG
Downtown girls! The N.Y.C. icons share a love of flat-ironed hair and black-and-white attire
JESSICA HART & LIYA KEBEDE
The models make the most of that early-morning glow at the Tory Burch show.
EMILY RATAJKOWSKI & NINA AGDAL
One nice thing about being a model? All your selfie angles are good angles, as the stars, wearing DKNY Intimates, discover from the show's front row.
We'll just go ahead and file a cropped hoodie and white jumpsuit into the "for models only" category -- though Kendall (at the RTA/Patron of the New capsule collection celebration) makes it look easy.
CIARA & ANNA WINTOUR
Even the editor-in-chief of Vogue, who has seen some giant diamonds in her day, looks dazzled by Ciara's massive rock as they wait for the Serena Williams Signature Statement Collection at HSN hosted by Kia Style360.
The tennis champ-slash-designer shared all her style secrets with PeopleStyle before presenting her show at KiaStyle360.