These are, by far, the biggest celebs and the best outfits I've seen at Fashion Week this season!
Young, fresh, trendy, with lots of color, 90210's Jessica Stroup looks absolutely fabulous in this brushstroke tube dress at Charlotte Ronson.
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I can't help but think Becki Newton looks good in whatever she wears, even if it's not my favorite ensemble. She tends to wear very short, but textured dresses that only she can pull off.
Not only does LC look trendy and of-the-moment in her polka-dot blouse and tight fitting leggings, but she has a big baby blue Rebecca Minkoff clutch to set it all off.
I don't think this is the kind of look we're used to seeing from Blake Lively, but that's what makes it so special. She's lost the prep and gone for edgy. Go Blake!
She's wearing an sweet dress, but Byrdie's got that I'm not so innocent thing going on with that pouty lip. She's the only celeb I've seen wearing a long maxi dress and pulling it off well, thrown off by that tough leather vest.
We know her Rhythm Nation days are way over. Classic, straight, maybe a bit dowdy, but Janet Jackson's dressing her age and wearing Ralph Lauren like we've never seen her (and we haven't!) Great job.
Ciara at Thakoon was just so utterly cool. The royal blue just sets her off. And for someone who can go from leather to lace, from tough urban streetwear to elegant silk, she look chic and stylish in this blue skirt and top with the asymmetrically cut sleeves.
Color is the name of the game and unfortunately, too many style stars wore black this year. The ones that wore brights stood out. Lucky for us, Emmanuelle Chriqui was one of them. She went to many a-show, from Yigal Azrouel to Marchesa. But our favorite look of the season for her had to be something that made her pop–like this canary yellow tube dress from the Reem Acra, cinched with a big, purple belt. It really sets off her olive skin and her luscious black locks.
Really, what did Emmy Rossum wear to Marchesa? If you saw it, you saw a frothy pink gown with feathers, the kind that made her look more like a penicillin princess then a style star. She should stick to more elegant, sleek looks, like this amazing black and white number with the unusual collar at the Narciso Rodriguez show. Now, that's a star!
Jessica may have attended only one show this season, but she succeeded to do what other celebs failed, and that was to make a powerful statement in the moment she stepped out on the front row. From the side slicked do to the patent top and bubble skirt, Jessica worked wonder at Narciso Rodriguez.
I'm impressed with Kim Kardashian. Kim took a different direction this fashion, lurching from her previous urban looks at past shows of past years to classic, grown up getups like this uniquely cut one sleeve dress at Baby Phat. Kim, we applaud you for no longer dressing like a little girl. Well done.
Rachel proves herself once again to be a fashion star like no other. Sure, she's had some faux pas in the past, but not this week. Never too overdone, but still always trendy–we loved her look in this form fitting print dress with a belt.
The socialite has come out of her shell! Perhaps the new reality show has something to do with it. But whatever it is, Olivia has proven that she can work her way up the fashion charts. From a red floral jacket, cut to look like it was made from real flowers to a dip-dyed dress. My favorite though, this streamlined gray suit with yellow shoes! Edgy and trendsetting at the same time.
As lovely as always. Mariska has the perfect woman's figure and she doesn't need to be a size 0 to prove that she has style, too. What we love about her is she's so real and yet, always looks classic and chic. This dark green dress doesn't prove wrong and that necklace certainly catches our eye without going over-the-top.
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