At New York Fashion Week, it's not always about the models and designers. In fact, celebrities can steal the spotlight with their gorgeous ensembles and even more stunning hair and makeup while sitting front row. While we have plenty of favorites to choose from, Beauty Reporter Kirbie Johnson highlighted some of the unforgettable looks we love so far at Fashion Week. Trust us, you'll want to use these ladies as inspiration.
On Kirbie: Tibi dress.
Be sure to check out our gallery of celebrities at NYFW.
New York Fashion Week rages on in the Big Apple! Today on POPSUGAR Live!, Allie Merriam reports from the Empire Hotel with the latest from the tents. We go behind the scenes at Kate Spade New York with Brad Goreski, talk with Carine Roitfeld about her new documentary, Mademoiselle C, and chat with style expert Robert Verdi about what's in and what's out on the front rows.
On Allie: McGinn top.
The motto at Diane von Furstenberg Spring '14 was "be your own oasis." Naomi Campbell's fierce walk said it all — it was all about empowerment. Not surprisingly, that's the takeaway from von Furstenberg's latest, where the clothes were modern, a little flirty, and all about the woman. Get the full scoop here!
Before her big Spring 2014 show, Diane von Furstenberg took some time to chat with us about her new Oasis collection, her signature wrap dresses, and the craziest things that have happened before her shows. Watch it all now!
The motto at Diane von Furstenberg Spring '14: "Be your own oasis." If you're wondering what it means, show closer Naomi Campbell could fill you in. The supermodel's fierce walk says it all — that it's all about empowerment. Not surprisingly, that's the takeaway from von Furstenberg's latest, where the clothes are modern, a little flirty, and all about the woman.
She gives us clothes that make us smile and feel like girls — and yes, von Furstenberg has crop tops in store for Spring, too — but also full skirts, bright Aztec blues and chili pepper reds, animal prints, and a new iteration of the wrap dress that's crafted with lace insets. It's clear that she has fun and wants her customer to as well — and that's not just evident in the designer's dance down the runway following the show. She reminds us in every built-to-flatter dress, pair of shimmering gold shorts, and made-for-vacation maxi that we're women. Sometimes we're ladylike, sometimes we're daring — and when we're sitting in a packed house at a DVF fashion show listening to "Blurred Lines" and watching Campbell, we just want to dance.
See all the photos and a video of the collection here.
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For more than 40 years, Diane von Furstenberg has designed beautiful, covetable dresses and ready-to-wear pieces for a strong, stylish, independent woman. Among her other chic milestones? Giving us a plethora of signature wrap-dress prints, being honored with the CFDA lifetime achievement award, moonlighting as a judge on America's Next Top Model, and committing millions of dollars to New York City's High Line public park. That said, each season DVF delivers a runway collection that celebrates bold femininity via print, color, and ultrawearable silhouettes. There's a sense of playfulness, with a sophisticated finish, that evolves with the ebb and flow of trends. Click through for our runway retrospective — and get excited for what's to come for Spring 2014.