People.com Lifestyle Style Spring '11: Blake's Fashion Fête! From Lively's couture cuddle to DeGeneres' catwalk strut, see all the stars who heated up the beginning of N.Y.C. Fashion Week By Andrea Desimone Published on September 9, 2010 10:30 PM Share Tweet Pin Email 01 of 17 BLAKE AND KARL Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty , in a sparkling, purple striped Chanel Haute Couture dress, gets a moment alone with famed Chanel designer Lagerfeld at the star-studded opening of the brand’s new Soho boutique. 02 of 17 ELLEN DEGENERES Amanda Schwab/Startraks who? The shows off her catwalk skills by strutting down the runway at Lincoln Center in a white suit, graphic T-shirt and high-top sneaks to close out Richie Rich’s show. 03 of 17 SARAH JESSICA PARKER Richie Buxo/Splash News Online New York City’s turns up at the Chanel Boutique in SoHo opening in pink, black and sparkles, telling PEOPLE she feels “Lucky. Priviledged. Like a pumpkin” to be in the line’s clothes. 04 of 17 NINA, JESSICA, MICHAEL & HEIDI Frazer Harrison/Getty Even red-hot Robert Rodriguez pantsuit can’t take the spotlight away from guest judge , in a glittering cut-out Michael Kors minidress, as she joins her fellow Project Runway judges for a trip down the catwalk. 05 of 17 OLIVIA AND JESSICA Courtesy ASOS Uptown ladylike style meets downtown hip as Palermo and Szohr say cheese at a Teen Vogue dinner in honor of ASOS.com at The Lion in N.Y.C. 06 of 17 CHACE CRAWFORD Christopher Peterson/BuzzFoto The ladies of Gossip Girl aren’t the only ones partying in style this week! makes a dapper appearance at the Chanel store opening party in a sleek black suit and plaid shirt. 07 of 17 ALEXA AND LIV Clint Spaulding/Patrick McMullan/Sipa Talk about a stylish pair! Brit cool-girl Chung, in a mixed black-and-white Chanel dress and sweet Mary Janes, parties with Tyler, in all black and oxford flats, at the Chanel Soho bash. 08 of 17 DIANE KRUGER Dave Allocca/Startraks In New York City to present her “mentor” Karl Lagerfeld an award, the former Chanel model rocks a fluffy blue-and-black dress and booties from the label at the French fashion house’s SoHo bash. 09 of 17 LEIGHTON MEESTER Gary Gershoff/WireImage strikes a pose at Fashion’s Night Out: The Show in a blue peekaboo Versus corset dress, patent booties, Ivanka Trump charity bracelet and sparkling Louis Vuitton purse taking her seat in the front row. 10 of 17 RACHEL BILSON Brian Zak/Sipa Never afraid of a fashion risk, opts for a fringed white-and-black Chanel frock, which she deems “different” and “cool”, for the label’s SoHo boutique party. 11 of 17 JAMIE-LYNN SIGLER Bryan Bedder/Getty The actress takes in Project Runway’s fashion talent from the front row, rocking a belted chiffon bubble dress and satin pumps. 12 of 17 CLAIRE DANES Dave Allocca/Startraks It might be Fashion Week, but sticks to her blue jeans – dressing them up with a bow-front black jacket and patent booties – for the Chanel bash in Soho. 13 of 17 KATRINA AND CHRISTIAN Michael Loccisano/Getty Bowden cozies up to the designer of her sexy belted dress while hanging out backstage at Siriano’s runway show in Lincoln Center – New York Fashion Week’s new home. 14 of 17 ALEXIS BLEDEL Henry S. Dziekan III/WireImage The actress adds a pop of color to her black-and-white look with red-hot satin platforms and a leopard clutch while attending Elle’s Fashion NEXT show at the David H. Koch Theater in Lincoln Center. 15 of 17 GISELE BUNDCHEN Frazer Harrison/Getty The gets New York Fashion Week off to a glamorous start opening Fashion’s Night Out: The Show on Tuesday rocking the official FNO tank with a leg-baring Carolina Herrera skirt and Jimmy Choo heels. 16 of 17 ASHLEY AND BLAKE Kevin Mazur/Getty (in a gray shirt dress) and (in a yellow-and-sapphire beaded Marchesa frock) make for one stylish front-row duo at Fashion’s Night Out: The Show on Tuesday in Lincoln Center. 17 of 17 NAOMI CAMPBELL Larry Busacca/Getty may have opened Fashion’s Night Out: The Show with a bang, but Campbell closes it in high style, donning a glittering Oscar de la Renta gown during the grand finale at Lincoln Center.