Fall Ready-to-Wear 2013

Tommy Hilfiger

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Front Row at Tommy Hilfiger

Julianne Moore

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  • Julianne Moore
  • Rachel Zoe
  • Cory Kennedy Mia Moretti
  • Brad Goreski

Front Row at Tommy Hilfiger

Julianne Moore and Rachel Zoe attended the fall show.

TOMMY TIME: “What’s up bitches?” Elizabeth Hilfiger howled to Rumi Neely and Bryanboy on the front row of her father’s show on Sunday night. “It’s a kiki at Tommy!” While not necessarily the term one would apply to such a social gathering, the show drew out a slew of famous faces. Julianne Moore was one of the first notables to sit. “I love Tommy,” she said, as if on cue. “His clothes are classic, all American, very wearable, always got that preppy thing going on.” Cory Kennedy, who looked sulky and smelled vaguely of cigarettes, saddled up next to Mia Morretti. A few seats down Miroslava Duma got huffy when a photographer asked her to stand for a photo. Rachel Zoe trotted down the aisle with her tween niece Sophie. “I love the Tommy commercials, the ones in the cabs,” said Petra Nemcova, before plopping down in her seat. “I normally turn the screen off but when I see these I’m like, ‘Oh no, wait! I want to watch!’ and I just dance with the commercial!”

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