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Keep track of highlights from the New York Fashion Week spring/summer '17 shows, frows, parties and backstage...

Marc Jacobs

Courted controversy on Thursday evening with a dreadlocked beauty look on his models that prompted accusations of cultural appropriation.

The "twisted streetwear" collection was pure D.I.S.C.O.

Front row at Marc Jacobs

Ashley Graham models her Addition Elle lingerie

And looks's her second year showing at NYFW.

Ralph Lauren looks West

Remember the '90s trend for Western-inspired fashion? Glittery cowgirl hats became a huge hit on club nights and flared jeans weren't complete without chunky pastel-coloured leather belts covered in studs.

Well, it's back! Ralph Lauren has revived the theme with a luxe-spin for spring/summer '17 that's available to buy straight away.

We'll just be in the loft, digging out our old accessories...

Kendall Jenner on the Ralph Lauren runway:

Stylist hosts a very fashionable dinner

NYFW might be in full swing but Monday night was all about British fashion as Stylist and Select Model Management joined forces to celebrate our Autumn 2016 Fashion Special. 

Stylist contributors and a host of Select’s Best of British faces, including cover girl and Chanel favourite Sam Rollinson and show pro Poppy Okotcha, arrived at Dalloway Terrace in Bloomsbury to toast the gargantuan issue.

Following skinny proseccos in the lower bar, all took their place for an end of summer dream dinner on Dalloway’s secluded garden Terrace. As Jo Malone candles flickered, a menu of Dorset crab on Guinness bread, lamb cutlets and Earl Grey burnt cream was served, while guests deliberated over their favourite pages of the issue across the floral meadow table runner of sweet peas, larkspur and spray roses arranged by Wildabout.
Festivities continued late into the night, but not the early hours, due to the imminent London Fashion Week castings for the models in attendance. Guests left with Jo Malone pomegranate noir candles although Sam had a little something extra to carry, a larger than life replica of her Stylist cover.

With thanks to Dalloway Terrace, Thomson and Scott, Wild About and Jo Malone


"An homage to nature" at Marchesa. This is a collection of future red carpet smashers - floaty, feminine and just dramatic enough.

And about those hair accessories...

Michael Kors

Who says models never smile?

Look who turned up to the Michael Kors show:

More: Bella Hadid takes a tumble on the Michael Kors runway


Our invitation to the Boss Women collection requires us to wear special glasses, which suggests a spectacular show ahead:

More: Front row stars at New York Fashion Week

Reem Acra

A massive holler at the '80s at Reem Acra.

Coach 1941

A dystopian Americana at Coach 1941, where pretty dresses were covered by tough jackets or grungey T-shirts and worn with chunky ankle boots. 

Tassels and chokers were everywhere and hanging from each model's wrist was a bandana bracelet and bag tied together by an imposing padlock. Winona Ryder and Chloe Grace Moretz were among the stars watching the show.

The bags

The A-list guests

More: Front row stars at New York Fashion Week


Regal and romantic dresses with a rockstar attitude at Rodarte. Ruffles, embellishments and accessories were plentiful but the delicate fabrics gave the collection a light and delicate feel.

Stylist beauty writer Shannon Peter was backstage at the show

"The designers, Kate and Laura Mulleavy, are really into make-up," make-up artist James Kaliardos tells me backstage at Rodarte, "so they always have a clear vision for what they want me to create."

And for this season, their vision was all about capturing the youthful radiance of each model. He prepped the skin with plenty of moisturiser and used NARS new Soft Matte Complete Concealer to hide any patches of darkness or redness. Then he simply blended a taupe creamy eyeshadow stick along the bottom lash line to emphasise the eye and used a pink pearlescent shadow to dust the eyelids so with each turn of the head, the eyes gave a little glimmer.

And it was this sparkle that was reflected on the nails too. In perhaps my all time favourite nail look ever, nail tech Tracylee used Morgan Taylor's New School Nude nail polish on the nails for a glossy, healthy shine before carefully lining the cuticles with Glitter & Gold polish. She called it 'nail jewellery' and I'm asking for it at my next manicure appointment.

Tory Burch

Neat and preppy collides with bright and boho in Tory Burch's spring/summer '17 collection, which was watched by mega fan Jessica Alba from the frow. Jaunty sailboat motifs were patterned across neat jackets, playsuits and wide leg trousers, while florals were vibrant and folksy.


Following on from an identikit posse of bowl cuts at Jeremy Scott, DKNY hit us with hoodies en masse.

Sexy, sporty and with a defiantly vampy beauty look for spring/summer, the futuristic collection played out with a backdrop of neon-lit scaffolding and finished with models in slouchy long-sleeved boilersuits stomping their platform trainers across the wooden runway to a banging beat.

DKNY beauty

Rag & Bone

Irresistible smudgy kohl and nude lips was the '90s beauty look for Rag & Bone's silky slip dresses, oversize jumpers and crisp white button up shirts.

Zac Posen

Cinderella dresses with a modern spin at Zac Posen, where truly brilliant craftmanship came to life in embellishment, embroidery and prints. These are two of our favourites...


The collection may have been titled "We Hate Everything" but we're digging these anarchic prints...

Oscar De La Renta

Where elegance reigns triumphant.

Spring/summer '17 sees the label that dressed Jackie Kennedy and is best known for its showstopping fairytale gowns move back towards its roots with striking, feminine eveningwear and pared back daytime chic. 

Redefining liner at 3.1 Phillip Lim

Stylist beauty writer Shannon Peter was backstage at the show

At 3.1 Phillip Lim, Francelle Daly told me she was looking for a way to modernise eyeliner.

She started by circling the models' eyes in thick black liquid with a layer of kohl in the water line. Then she took a q-tip dipped in micellar water and erased the outer and inner corner.

Daly calls it "Negative space liner." I call it a genius way to make it look like you've made an effort with your make-up.

Bra tops are everywhere

We're enjoying the bandeau style with big jackets as seen at Sally LaPointe:

Proenza Schouler

Tips for curls...

Jeremy Scott

Kicks off Monday morning in New York with a bright pop of '80s cartoon fun...

Stylist beauty writer Shannon Peter was backstage at the show

Jeremy Scott is always the show on my calendar that I most look forward to. He's known for creating a real sense of theatre with his work, and the beauty look never fails to pique my interest. 

Unlike many of the NYFW shows, individuality wasn't the buzzword backstage. Wella's Eugene Souleimann told me he was striving for uniformity, with each and every model wearing a super glossy bowl cut wig with "A-line cut fringes, like a dress."

On make-up, Kabuki told me he was inspired by 1980s New York when girls embraced colour in both their fashion and beauty choices.

He streamlined his colour palette down to just three key shades: lavender, green and orange and washed the colour over eyelids using powder eyeshadows, while intensifying the colour at the lash line with matching eyeliner.

Finished with a slick of coloured mascara, it's a sure fire way to make eyes pop.

For nails, Miss Pop was creating bright coloured polka dot manis - with each girl having a varying colourway.

Her trick for super easy nail art?

Dip the rubber on the end of a pencil into polish and pat onto the nail for a perfect circle every time.

The Blonds

There was a definite '80s rock video theme to the beauty look at The Blonds show on Sunday evening.

The brand is celebrating its 10th anniversary with the launch of a new eveningwear range. 

Opening Ceremony

Brought wit and politics to proceedings with a "Pageant of the People" populated by celebrities and cutting edge comedians. Famous faces took to the runway as Portlandia creators Carrie Brownstein and Fred Armisen tried to distract them from their modelling duties.

The show was an examination of “immigration, economic inequality, police brutality, and gender discrimination,” designers Humberto Leon and Carol Lim wrote in the press notes as they urged people to vote in the upcoming US Presidential election. It also paid tribute to the victims of 9/11 on the 15th anniversary of the city's devastating terror attack. 

You should vote because if you don't vote, you can't bitch.

- Whoopi Goldberg at the Opening Ceremony show

Whoopi Goldberg closed the show in a long black evening gown to cheers from the crowd.

Prabal Gurung

Feminism was fashion inspiration at Prabal Gurung, where famous feminist references appeared all over his designs.


Summer fun has finally arrived at New York Fashion Week. Inspired by the "rebellious and youthful spirit" of David Lynch’s Wild at Heart, Joseph Altuzarra said his collection explores a modern take on romance and kitsch. 

I wanted the collection to feel happy, vibrant and erotically charged.

- Joseph Altuzarra

Cherries and lemons appeared emoji-like, on bright python print blazers, while off-shoulder knits were teamed with curve-wrapping gingham pencil skirts or tassel-bottomed slouchy pants. Asymettrical tiers on skirts and spaghetti strap dresses provided instant swish underneath cinched waists.

Altuzarra beauty

The wet-hair, smoky eye combo came courtesy of Odile Gilbert and Tom Pecheux. Skin was glowing against the dark liner, while hair was sleeked back at the sides, away from the face and creating height on the crown.

J. Crew

There were no professional models at this presentation. The entire collection was modelled by the brand's employees, family members and friends and included a seven-month pregnant designer.

Our kind of fridge...

At Veronica Beard.

Hood By Air

Hood by Air teamed up with a porn video site for its and went for this beauty look (we'll leave you to figure out the rest):

The double-faced boots were a talking point...

Snapchat filters instead of make-up at Desigual

There was no vomiting rainbow but the puppy dog nose did make it into Desigual's millennial-friendly beauty look - and it's even flattering in real life. The phone fantasy became facepaint reality thanks to MAC make-up artists...

Victoria Beckham

Stylist beauty writer Shannon Peter was backstage at the show

Dust off your straighteners because if the beauty look at Victoria Beckham is anything to go by (and well, it is) you're going to need them next season.

Hair mastermind Guido was relying on ghd's Elite styler to create a super straight, uniform look on all the models. Backstage, he told me: "The Victoria Beckham aesthetic is the new glamour - sleek, chic and minimal."

Runway pictures: Victoria Beckham wants us all wearing crushed velvet for SS17

He prepped the models' damp hair with Redken's Pillow Proof Primer (an industrial strength heat protector) and pulled a small amount of Redken's Satinwear cream through the lengths to give the finished product that brilliant shine. Next, he blowdried the hair with a barrel brush (strong arms required for this) and meticulously ran the straightening irons over the hair so it forms this straight, smooth curtain. In the words of Guido, it's "high maintenance simplicity."

On make-up, VB was showcasing her new collection with Estee Lauder. The focus of the make-up look was perfect, post-facial skin but it was the six girls with eyeshadow we were drawn to. Usually those rich navy blues and emerald greens can look try-hard on the eyes, but softly swiped across the eyelid with a flick of the wrist kept the whole thing much more modern. We love.

Taking a bow after the show...

A good luck message before the show...

Alexander Wang

Madonna was on the frow and Nicki Minaj held up the show by arriving late, but it wasn't all about the #Wangsquad - the designer dropped an Adidas Originals collaboration:

The collection that preceded it was California surf cool, with '90s-inspired beachy tees and crop jumpers. Neon camis, shorts and slips were trimmed with black lace, while waists were on show and defined with wraparound belts and halter necklines.

Alexander Wang's Surfer Beauty

Guido Palau came up with the textured look in the models' hair using Redken's Fashion Waves Sea Salt and Rough Paste 12, while Diane Kendal created the fresh-faced make-up look with Nars - keeping lips muted and dyeing brows for an authentic sun-bleached surfer look.

"It's that look and natural colour that someone gets if their skin has been kissed by the sun," she says.

Band of Outsiders


Christian Siriano

Inspired by the isle of Capri, Christian Siriano's SS17 collection is an explosion of rich block colours and bold elegance. Fittingly for such a refreshing offering, the designer chose models with a diverse range of body shapes to show off the clothes.

Those shoes

That hat...


A soft, feminine and effortless look at Tibi.

Stylist Beauty Writer Shannon Peter's NYC essentials

  • The teeny tiniest GHD travel dryer that takes up the space of a shoe
  • Olympus camera - wifi enabled so I can send backstage pics straight to my phone
  • Kerastase Curl Ideal mousse. I love the curl setting power of this product so much I'm considering wearing one tied around my neck at all times
  • Smythson notebook 'cause y'know, I'm a fancy pants
  • La Mer facial spf50 so I'm ready for the New York sunshine 
  • Byredo - unnamed. It smells so deliciously cool and is so painfully trendy, it doesn't even have a name
  • Late to the party but I'm currently lost inside the pages of The Luminaries by Eleanor Catton
  • Stila Stay all day liquid lipstick - a very worthy winner of a Stylist Best Beauty award earlier this week.

Dan Liu

Butterfly face tattoos are much chicer than they sound at Dan Liu:


Structured trousers, deconstructed ruffle shirts, signature lace and pretty, pretty dresses.


Simple, elegant dresses with a sporty vibe and raincoats to bring joy to a spring/summer downpour...

Adam Lippes

Luxury and whimsy combine in Lippes' soft-silhouette dresses.

Orla Kiely presentation


Tommy Hilfiger

In yet another ambitious piece of catwalk theatre, Tommy Hilfiger took over Manhattan's Pier 16 to create a carnival open to two thousand members of the public who had won tickets to the show.

Led by supermodel and super-Instagrammer Gigi Hadid, it was streamed around the world, with all the clothes available to purchase instantly online. Even Taylor Swift popped up on the front row, dressed in an outfit by the new Tommy x Gigi collection that debuted at Friday' event.

There was a strong nautical theme, with oversized jumpers and naval-style button-up trousers, while the slouchy red tracksuits paid more than a nod to the '90s...


Deconstructed shirts aplenty, plus the copper sequin skirt we never knew we needed. 


Graphic prints with matching bags - we like.


Our first front row dog spot of the season (yes, we're expecting more) comes courtesy of Kelly Osbourne at Milly.


The Australian label's signature boho ruffles blended with Victoriana in a delicate swirl of lace, floral and sheer tartan. Storming show.

Summer holiday vibe at Tanya Taylor

Injecting a shot of joy into SS17 with neon bright crochet and ruffled florals.

Crochet details #SS17 ? #TanyaTaylor #NYFW #MadeinNYC

A photo posted by Tanya Taylor (@tanyataylor) on


New fashion and beauty aim: matching eyeshadow to earrings, a la the models at CG.


Don't chuck those battered old boots! Your messiest DIY masking tape fix is bang on trend:


It wasn't exactly a flawless presentation, what with some of the models Kanye West enlisted to stand "perfectly still" fainting in the sweltering heat, others falling and one - Amina Blue - who was forced to take off her plastic shoes because they were so uncomfortable.

Even Kanye can't control the weather.

Still, at least wife Kim Kardashian and model Jenner sisters Kendall and Kylie were on hand to support the musician-turned sneaker maestro. 

Tom Ford

Glitz and glamour abound as the A-list turned out for Ford's evening presentation. Even Tom Hanks had a seat.

Front row stars at New York Fashion Week

  • Dylan Lauren, Ricky Lauren, Haley Bennett, Julianne Moore, Liv Freundlich, Rosie Huntington-Whitely, Annabelle Wallis and Jessica Alba

    On the front row at Ralph Lauren.

  • Rosie Huntington-Whiteley

    Velvet isn't going anywhere is it? Rosie's ramping up the '90s theme with a decadent choker and smoky eyeliner at Ralph Lauren.

  • Jessica Alba

    Glamour meets grunge at Ralph Lauren.

  • Julianne Moore

    In a black dress and matching lace trimmed jacket at Ralph Lauren.

  • Christina Hendricks

    Giving good jacket game at Naeem Khan.

  • Karlie Kloss, Toni Garrn, and Romee Strijd

    All going for a pared back look at the Boss Womenswear show.

  • Jerry Hall

    In a sleek check suit for the Marchesa show.

  • Emily Blunt and Sienna Miller

  • Sienna Miller and Anna Wintour

    Caption competition?

    They're sharing a laugh at Michael Kors.

  • Anna Wintour

    In her signature shades on the Kors frow.

  • Alexandra Richards, Theodora Richards, Harley Viera Newton, Jessica Hart and Princess Maria-Olympia of Greece and Denmark

    Rockstar royalty and actual royalty, at Michael Kors.

  • Chiara Ferragni

    Providing jumper inspiration at Michael Kors.

  • Olivia Palermo

    Check out those hems, at Michael Kors.

  • Jessica Hart

    Toting a bucket bag, at Michael Kors.

  • Jessic Alba

    We're officially in the market for a little white dress thanks to Jess' Narciso Rodriguez number.

  • Lady Gaga and Naomi Campbell

    Both heading for the front row at Brandon Maxwell.

  • Jasmine Sanders, June Ambrose, Cynthia Erivo, La La Anthony, Emily Ratajkowski and Chloe Sevigny

    All got the LBD memo at Vera Wang.

  • TK Wonder and Cipriana Quann

    Their very own fashion show, on the front row at Reem Acra.

    More: Fashion follow: TK Wonder and Cipriana Quann 

  • Winona Ryder and Millie Bobby Brown

    Keeping it casual, at Coach 1941.

  • Emma Roberts

    Dressed in Coach 1941 SS17 - including those on point accessories - for Tuesday evening's show.

  • Chloe Grace Moretz

    Making her first show appearance of the season in a black leather jacket and matching skirt at Coach 1941.

  • Courtney Love

    In a studded baseball jacket fro the Coach 1941 frow.

  • Jessica Alba

    Waving from the frow at the Tory Burch show on Tuesday morning.

  • Jessica Alba

    In her signature flared jeans and navy mac.

  • Liya Kebede

    In head-to-toe Tory Burch for the show.

  • Uma Thurman

    In a form-fitting black and grey dress for Zac Posen - one of her favourites. 

  • Mischa Barton

    In a sheer black and gold dress at Nolcha.

  • Mia Moretti and singers Lissy Trullie and Kitty Cash

    The trio of DJs are at 3.1 Phillip Lim.

  • Ciara, Anna Wintour, Venus Williams and Caroline Wozniacki

    At the Serena Williams show.

  • Iris Apfel

    Piling on the accessories at Serena Williams Signature Statement Collection By HSN.

  • Martha Hunt, Emily Ratajkowski, and Nina Agdal

    Flying the DKNY flag.

  • Tinashe

    In a long DKNY shirt for the show.

  • Alexa Chung

    Front and centre at Proenza Schouler on Monday.

  • Leigh Lezark

    In a bright rayon knit guitar dress by Jeremy Scott, at Jeremy Scott.

  • Russell Westbrook, Tinashe and Teyonah Parris

    Proof the air-kiss is officially over, at Jeremy Scott.

  • Coco Rocha

    In a bauble embellished knit dress at Jeremy Scott (where else).

  • Karlie Kloss

    In a navy blue knitted crop top with daisy detail and navy palazzo pants at the Carolina Herrera presentation on Monday morning.

  • Malin Ackerman

    Teaming her monochrome print shift dress with a neat top knot and orange lip at Carolina Herrera. 

  • Dascha Polanco

    The Orange Is the New Black star ramps up the glamour at The Blonds in a monochrome print body suit and sweeping hot pink coat.

  • Christina Milian

    Slaying in a dress by The Blonds at the show.

  • Kelly Osbourne, Christina Milian, Dascha Polanco and June Ambrose

    Gramming at The Blonds.

  • Olivia Palermo, Ashley Graham and Caroline Wozniacki

    Sticking to a monochrome palette on the front row at Prabal Gurung.

  • Diana Gordon

    High velvet boots are having a moment at Fashion Week and Diana Gordon's are among our favourite spots on the frow at Prabal Gurung.

  • Zendaya

    In a matching stripey Michael Kors bandeau top and choker with polka dot palazzo pants at the Michael Kors Access party.

  • Jaden Smith and Sarah Snyder

    Hood By Air SS17, aka date night.

  • Jussie Smollett and Naomi Campbell

    Watching Hood By Air.

  • Olivia Palermo

    Mixing her prints for Altuzarra.

  • Priyanka Chopra

    Reigniting our love affair with pink clothing in a dress from Altuzarra's Resort 2017 collection.

  • Lais Ribeiro, Hailey Clauson, Jamie Chung, Sophia Bush, Olivia Culpo, Danielle Snyder, and Cara Santana

    Bringing 100% glamour to the Cushnie Et Ochs frow.

  • Brooklyn Beckham and David Beckham

    On the frow at Victoria Beckham, where else?

    More from the VB SS17 show

  • Madonna

    In Alexander Wang's new unisex range for Adidas Originals, at the designer's celebrity-packed show.

  • Madonna and Lourdes Ciccone Leon

    A sweet mother-daughter moment as the pair take in the surf-inspired collection. 

  • Nicki Minaj

    Embracing the rib knit fabric trend in a black strappy dress at Alexander Wang.

  • Zoe Kravitz

    In a black silk slip dress and belt buckle choker on the front row at Alexander Wang.

  • Tyga and Kylie Jenner

    Kylie's wearing Alexander Wang for the show.

  • Jourdan Dunn

    Who runs the world? At Alexander Wang.

  • Pamela Anderson and Dylan Lee

    In matching black for the Alexander Wang presentation.

  • Rami Malek

    The Mr Robot star is looking sharp on the Wang frow.

  • Tinashe

    Matching her autumn beauty look to this statement AW jacket at Alexander Wang.

  • will i am, Chaelin Lee, Madonna and Skrillex

    Backstage at Wang

  • Alexander Wang and Madonna

    Larking around with the designer's "Wangfest" branded beer hat backstage.

  • Emily Ratajkowski

    In a black textured mini and oversized denim jacket at the Fashion Week launch of Knot On My Planet, a campaign led by model Doutzen Kroes to support the Elephant Crisis Fund.

  • Olivia Palermo

    In a navy blue halter with cutaway shoulders and delicate bead detailing at Jonathan Simkhai.

  • Kylie Jenner and Jordyn Woods

    It's all about the denim for these two at Jonathan Simkhai.

  • FKA Twigs

    Pairing her embellished jeans with a white layered off-shoulder top at Gentle Monster.

  • Christina Hendricks, Pamela Anderson, Neve Campbell, Jaime Alexander and Ashley Graham

    Watching Christian Siriano's show.

  • June Ambrose, Coco Rocha and Kelly Osbourne

    At Christian Siriano.

  • Leigh Lezark

    In a spaghetti strap suede dress and matching cape at Christian Siriano.

  • Camilla Alves and Coco Rocha

    Enjoying Rebecca Minkoff's outdoor presentation.

  • Olivia Palermo

    Olivia chose a maroon palette for the Tibi show, with an off-shoulder peplum top and faux suede maxi skirt - both by the designer.

  • Caroline Issa

    In a flowing red dress and Lacoste L.12.12 trainers at Tibi.

  • Kanye West and Kim Kardashian

    Nevermind the Yeezy shenanigans, the fashion power duo are back on form at the Harper's Bazaar Icons Party.

    Kim is in an intricate lace dress by Givenchy.

    More on the Harper's Bazaar party

  • Kylie Jenner and Kendall Jenner

    Kendall is fluffy and floral in a Marchesa dress, while Kylie has gone for a tassels and pearls halterneck gown by family favourite Balmain.

    More on the Harper's Bazaar party

  • Alexa Chung

    In a dazzling sequin lemon dress by Gucci.

    More on the Harper's Bazaar party 

  • Emily Ratajkowski

    Is not giving up on the cutaway trend in Julien Macdonald.

    More on the Harper's Bazaar party

  • Leigh Lezark

    Reaching for the stars in a plunging spaghetti strap dress at the Harper's bash.

    More on the Harper's Bazaar party

  • Emily Ratajkowski

    In a '90s style cutaway dress at the Daily Front Row Fashion Media Awards.

  • Kaia Gerber and Cindy Crawford

    Mother and daughter both go for sleek black dresses and almost identical strappy heels at the Daily Front Row Fashion Media Awards.

    The 15-year-old won the breakthrough model award.

  • Karlie Kloss

    In a statement red button down dress at the Daily Front Row awards.

  • Adriana Lima and Katie Grand

    Flexing their muscles in matching outfits at the awards bash.

  • Taylor Swift

  • Olivia Palermo

    Also decked out in Tommy Hilfiger for the TH frow.

  • Kylie Jenner, Tyga

    Kylie goes strapless at the Nylon Rebel Fashion Party.

  • Grace Bol

    Going boho at the Desigual show.

  • Jourdan Dunn

    Shoulder robe and sparkle at the Maybelline party.

  • Alexa Chung

    Winning a tricky outfit game at Rosetta Getty’s Spring 2017 Collection Celebration.

  • Cindy Crawford

    Is that a '90s dog tag necklace we spy?

    The catwalk legend is teaming it with a peplum jacket at the Brock Collection.

  • Mary J Blige

    Working a structural silhouette at Saks' downtown store opening.

  • Coco Rocha

    Is all about the pockets at Marissa Webb.

  • Alexa Chung and Kitty Cash

    Showing some shoulder at Adam Selman.

  • Alexa Chung and Leigh Lezark

    Attracting a second row photobomber into their selfie at Noon By Noor.

  • Diane Kruger

    Ina dreamy sparkle jumpsuit at the Jimmy Choo 20th anniversary party.

  • Chanel Iman

    A one-sleeve wonder at the Jimmy Choo party.

  • Amber Valletta

    Is statuesque in a sheer tasselled LBD at the Jimmy Choo bash.

  • Taylor Hill

    Sporting another unusual little black dress - topped off with an elegant top knot.

  • Alicia Keys

    In a signature suit, mesh top, blue turban, and of course, no make-up.

  • Naomi Campbell

    Stealing the show at Tom Ford in one of the designer's own creations.

  • Uma Thurman

    Revisits '80s-style puff sleeves with a surprising element of success at Tom Ford.

  • Rita Ora

    Shimmering at Tom Ford.

  • Priyanka Chopra

    Giving floral a good name at Thakoon.

  • Solange Knowles

    Ramping up the '70s vibe with lid-to-brow purple eyeshadow at Creatures of Comfort.

  • Leandra Medine

    Mixing and matching her stripes for a laid-back surfer look at Creatures of Comfort.