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From Sienna Miller to Anna Wintour: all the best Front Row photos from New York Fashion Week

As New York Fashion Week came to an end, the stars brought their best looks for the final shows. From Sienna Miller to Maggie Gyllenhaal, we saw some sensational front row looks.

Come dive into all the fashion action.

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