Fashion Scoops


Fashion Scoops

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Front Row at 3.1 Phillip Lim

PYTs Leighton Meester, Alexa Chung and Lauren Conrad sat front row at 3.1 Phillip Lim.

Front Row at Oscar de la Renta

Renee Rockefeller, Lauren duPont, Zac Posen and Amanda Heart were among the front row at the spring show.

Front Row at Nanette Lepore

Lauren Conrad sat front row at Nanette Lepore.

Michael Douglas

Front Row at Michael Kors

Though he showed up in Kors' front row, Michael Douglas says when it comes to shopping for himself he prefers to scour the costume department.

Front Row at Baby Phat

Jeff Gordon, Ingrid Vandebosch, Ice-T, Amber Rose, Amanda Lepore and Kim Kardashian turned out for Baby Phat.

Front Row at Narciso Rodriguez

Jessica Alba, Courtney Love, Emmy Rossum and Tory Burch were at the Narciso Rodriguez RTW Spring 2010 show.

Alber Elbaz's Culture Club... Hindmarch Toolbox...

Alber Elbaz is heading to Italy next week — but to give a speech, not show a collection.

Tuning In: Front Row at Pamella Roland

“America’s Next Top Model” judges J. Alexander and Nigel Barker turned up at Pamella Roland, as did “Dancing with the Stars” alum Lisa Rinna.

Scoop: Twice Is Nice for Phillip Lim

Phillip Lim has found a way to stretch out fashion week by hosting a encore presentation of his spring runway show.

Scoop: Marcia Gay Harden Heads to Douglas Hannant

Fresh from a screening of the Drew Barrymore-directed “Whip It” in Toronto, Marcia Gay Harden arrived for the spring presentation.

Easy-Going Rose Byrne at Christian Cota

Among the editors taking in Christian Cota's presentation was Rose Byrne, who has worn his designs on two recent red-carpet occasions.

Final Looks at Brian Reyes

It was only Tuesday morning, but it seems some celebs, like Rachel Bilson and Becki Newton are reaching the homestretch of their Fashion Week rounds.

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