Stars at New York Fashion Week
Jaime King and Allison Williams
Fashion Week regulars Jaime King and Allison Williams applauded Jason Wu's fall 2013 debut—a collection accented by the same scarlet hue featured on First Lady Michelle Obama's inauguration gown just last month. King summed up Wu's show with a one-word Tweet: "Wow!"
Julianne Moore and Bart Freundlich
Moore and her director husband held hands while they waited for the lights to go down and the show to begin at Tommy Hilfiger. The designer explained: "This collection is really about Saville Row meets Ivy League prep. I would say that it's a mix of menswear patterns done in feminine silhouettes."
Diane Sawyer and Diane von Furstenberg
A meeting of the famous Dianes! Sawyer headed to The Tents for the biggest news of the week—Fashion Week!—then headed backstage at DVF to give her designer friend a hug.
Vanessa Hudgens, Katharine McPhee, and Shay Mitchell
Diane von Furstenberg named her fall collection "Life of the Party"—and it looks like these ladies got the memo! No one could miss Vanessa, Katharine, or Shay in their eye-popping ensembles.
Jaime King and Olivia Thirlby
Fashion Week pro Jaime King joined Prabal Gurung's Target muse Olivia Thirly at the launch of Gurung's ready-to-wear fall collection. "I love the way that he is inspired to take art and turn it into something you can wear on your body. I love his lines and his prints, and just his whole attitude about clothes—I think it’s very refreshing," Thirlby said.
Emilia Clarke and Cory Michael Smith
Clarke—who will star with Smith in the upcoming Broadway production of Breakfast at Tiffany's—looked smart in a cinched pantsuit.
Shailene Woodley and Rebecca Taylor
"Rebecca's clothes are so practical and comfortable—I feel like I can move in them, you’re not restricted at all in them," Woodley told InStyle.com before heading backstage to congratulate Taylor on her latest collection. And the perk to being a designer's friend: free styling! "She put a few things together and let me choose which was most suited to me."
The newly-minted makeup maven whirled into a front-row seat at Rag & Bone working her signature boho style: a loose button-down, ombre tresses, and a smile!
Bridget Moynahan and Connie Britton
The actresses donned Monique Lhuillier sheaths for a trip to the Theatre at Lincoln Center to see Lhuillier's fall lineup. "This season is about a strong woman. I wanted to to be more sensual. There's a little more more of an Art Deco feeling to the collection, and a definite opulent feeling," the designer told us backstage.
Johannes Huebl and Olivia Palermo
Longtime Tibi fan Olivia Palermo and her boyfriend Johannes Huebl were on hand to see designer Amy Smilovic's streetwear-driven fall 2013 collection at pier 59. "It was really like, 'How do we wear clothes every day and look amazing?'" Smilovic told us backstage before the show. "That's where all the sportswear influences come from."