Spring Ready-to-Wear 2013

Rodarte

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Front Row at Rodarte

Rodarte RTW Spring 2013 front row Kirsten Dunst

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  • Rodarte RTW Spring 2013 front row Kirsten Dunst
  • Rodarte RTW Spring 2013 front row Rachel Zoe
  • Rodarte RTW Spring 2013 front row Stephen Gan Carine Roitfeld
  • Rodarte RTW Spring 2013 front row China Chow
  • Rodarte RTW Spring 2013 front row Victoria Legrand
  • Rodarte RTW Spring 2013 front row Shala Monroque
  • Rodarte RTW Spring 2013 front row Olivier Zahm
  • Rodarte RTW Spring 2013 front row Gia Coppola
  • Rodarte RTW Spring 2013 front row Kirsten Dunst

Front Row at Rodarte

Kirsten Dunst and Rachel Zoe sat front row at the spring show.

OFFLINE VIEWING: Before taking her seat at the Rodarte runway show Tuesday afternoon, singer Joanna Newsom explained that her invitation resulted entirely from her friendship with the Mulleavy sisters, and that it would be her only show this week. “I feel like there’s a reason for me to come to this one,” she said with a laugh. “In general, I kind of like to just look at them online in my sweatpants.” Other notables in the front row included Victoria Legrand of dreampop outfit Beach House, Rachel Zoe and noted Mulleavy booster Kirsten Dunst.

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