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Front row stars at New York Fashion Week

Blake Lively and Jessica Biel brought some Hollywood starriness to the front row at Michael Kors on Wednesday, while Kanye West’s Yeezy show was a far quieter affair than previous years. Valentine’s Day at New York Fashion Week belonged to Coach 1941, with the likes of Selena Gomez, Drew Barrymore and Emma Roberts clambering for a front row seat at the label’s rustic-themed show,

Madonna made an appearance at Philipp Plein on Monday night alongside Kylie Jenner, Tyga and photographer Steven Klein.


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Jenner has been debuting a new hairstyle for just about every new collection and Alexa Chung has been racking up frow appearances, including in a chic dress alongside Alicia Silverstone at Christian Siriano’s body-positive show. Raf Simons’ debut for Calvin Klein drew the big guns, with Gwyneth Paltrow, Sarah Jessica Parker and Naomie Harris among his A-list supporters.


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Katie Holmes hasn’t appeared at any shows as yet but she did give us jean goals at the Club Monaco Fashion Week event...

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