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All the Best Front Row Style From New York Fashion Week

All the Best Front Row Style From New York Fashion Week

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The spring 2023 shows at New York Fashion Week have officially kicked off, and for the next week, Manhattan’s fashion crowd will be jetting around town taking in the latest designer collections. Dotting the front rows are some of your favorite stars, who are taking notes of looks to wear for their next big movie premiere or stage performance. Unsurprisingly, what these stars sport in their VIP seats is often just as fashionable as what’s being shown on the catwalk—there’s paparazzi around, after all.
Only a day in, and there’s already been some memorable fashion moments at the shows. At Christian Siriano’s presentation last night, which was held in Elizabeth Taylor’s former townhouse, superstar Janet Jackson stole the show when she showed up in a black sheer jumpsuit (and accompanied by several bodyguards, no less). Also in attendance was Clueless star Alicia Silverstone, who made Cher Horowitz proud in a black dress with ruffled cuffs.
A day prior, the Harlem Fashion Row presentation also delivered some fashion-forward looks—namely, actor-producer Issae Rae in her floral Off-White mini dress, and the legendary Dapper Dan in one of his signature spiffy suits.
Considering we still have a week’s worth left of fashion shows to behold, you can bet there will be tons more A-list celebrity appearances this week. It’s only the beginning! So, below, be sure to check back and refresh to see what all your favorite stars are wearing in the front rows.

Katie Holmes at Ulla Johnson
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Kendall Jenner and Devin Booker at Marni
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Doja Cat at Marni
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Madonna at Marni
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Kat Graham at Sergio Hudson
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Lana Condor at Prabal Gurung
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Dove Cameron at Prabal Gurung
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Sophia Roe at Altuzarra
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Regina Hall at Jason Wu
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Sarah Jessica Parker at Fendi
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Kate Moss at Fendi
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Grace Jones at Fendi
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Natalia Dyer at Fendi
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Chloe Bailey at Fendi
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Daphne Guiness at Fendi
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Christy Turlington, Amber Valletta, Kate Moss, and Shalom Harlow at Fendi
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Doja Cat at Bronx & Banco
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Karen Elson at Proenza Schouler
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Karlie Kloss and Emily Ratajkowski at Proenza Schouler
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Kate Beckinsale at Naeem Khan
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Nicky Hilton Rothschild at Monse
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Janet Jackson at Christian Siriano
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Alicia Silverstone at Christian Siriano
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Coco Rocha at New York Fashion Week
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Janet Jackson at Harlem Fashion Row
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Originally published in Vogue.com
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Karen Wazen and Lojain Omran Make a Case for Bright Colors and Feathers at Kris Fade’s Wedding

Karen Wazen and Lojain Omran Make a Case for Bright Colors and Feathers at Kris Fade’s Wedding

Karen Wazen. Photo: Instagram.com
What do you wear to a spring wedding at an outdoor venue? Karen Wazen and Lojain Omran may just have the perfect answer. The two attended the nuptials of Lebanese radio host Kris Fade earlier this week in Dubai, and served covetable wedding guest style at the same time.
Wazen and Elias Bakhazi. Photo: Instagram.com
Showing love to one of the season’s sought-after colors, Wazen was dressed in a lime green number from Taller Marmo—the Dubai-based brand known for its breezy kaftans and feather-trimmed pieces. This particular crepe dress worn by the mother-of-three featured a one-shoulder neckline and came with feathers that lined its kaftan-style bat sleeve all the way down to the floor-grazing hem. Allowing the electric-hued piece to be the star of her outfit, the entrepreneur chose to go without any accessories, but did bring in a little drama to her look with a smoky eye. Her hair too complemented the dress, and was worn down in romantic beachy waves, parted in the middle. Wazen was joined by husband Elias Bakhazi, who put a sweet spin on couple’s dressing by opting for a pair of sunglasses from his wife’s eyewear brand to go with his navy blue suit.
Lojain Omran with Ebraheem Al Samadi. Photo: Instagram.com
Feathers were favored by Omran as well, who also wore a dress in another one of the season’s much-loved shades. The Saudi presenter’s look for the weddings featured a hot pink form-fitted dress, with sleeves adorned with layers and layers of fine feathers. While her makeup for the evening matched her dress with the help of a bright pink lip, the rest of her ensemble leaned towards color-blocking and included a dark green handbag and dazzling jewelry with emeralds.
As summer weddings in Dubai start filling up calendars, you may want to bookmark these two ways of wearing saturated-hued and feather-trimmed dresses.
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The 7 Best Spring Dresses to Ease Into Warmer Weather

The 7 Best Spring Dresses to Ease Into Warmer Weather

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Trees are blooming, days are longer, and there’s a fresh energy in the air. Your vitamin-D-deficient wardrobe can feel it too, as the best spring dresses are calling. With designers introducing fresh styles on the daily, now’s the perfect time to round out your closet with versatile options you can wear on repeat.
Street style looks from Fashion Month have caused a number of spring fashion dress trends to take off, from cutout styles that blur the lines between elegant and edgy to vibrant shirtdresses that added a pop of color on wintry streets. Tried-and-true silhouettes like flirty minis and slip dresses made appearances too, with subtle tweaks in styling (like pairing with thigh-high boots or puddle-proof shoes) to bring them into the now.
After an endless winter, the best spring dresses feel like a breath of fresh air—and the fashion trends dominating offer a little something for everyone. Check them out below.

The Cut-Out Midi
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Designers have taken “hole punching” to new heights, with midi dresses featuring all kinds of cutouts, slits, and unique twists for a next-level ab reveal. We’re especially fond of Reformation’s long-sleeve midi dress (the strappy detailing on the neckline is everything), which hits the sweet spot of being both sexy and transitional-weather appropriate. Andrea Iyamah’s plum midi dress is another best seller that’s perfect for a summer wedding.
The Shirtdress
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Equal parts easygoing and elegant, shirtdresses are an undefeated spring classic. Longer styles work well on their own, but you can also nail the look with just an oversized button-up—add a belt if you want to give an A-line silhouette. Plus, thanks to its inherent versatility, a roomy long-sleeve shirt can also be tucked into jeans or worn open over a swimsuit as a beach cover-up.
The Effortless Slip Dress
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Slip dresses are to spring what knits are to winter—essential and a no-brainer to style, whether you’re wearing yours with a cropped jacket and rain boots or with a blazer and sneakers. If you already have a classic black slip dress, introduce some color to your wardrobe by way of a pretty pastel that’s great for tonal dressing. With the right accessories, slip dresses can also work for summer or early fall weddings.
The Everyday Mini
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Minidresses may be your typical summer fare, but that doesn’t mean you can’t ease them into your spring wardrobe. The key to making a shorter hemline work during cooler days is by pairing it with taller boots—knee- and thigh-high boots are both great choices—then topping off with some kind of versatile jacket, like a trench coat or oversized blazer that allows you to secretly wear thinner layers underneath. Opt for a short-sleeve chiffon mini, a strapless or sleeveless number, or a V-neck silhouette with sweet puffed sleeves.
The Party Dress
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Blame it on the “vibe shift,” the Euphoria craze, or the night luxe aesthetic, but miniskirts are back, and so are micro-mini dresses. Halter styles, cowl necklines, and open-back numbers are dominating right now, especially in bold neons—think vibrant, outgoing colors that lean into the dopamine dressing trend and are perfect for releasing some pent-up fashion energy. Complete your party ’fit with sky-high heels for the ultimate night-out look.
The Jacket-as-Dress
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For springtime days when all you really need is a light jacket, why not wear actually your jacket as a dress? A-listers like Hailey Bieber are all about the no-pants look since it requires minimal effort to make you feel put together. It works with so many spring shoe trends, from boots to retro sneakers, and is also a clever way to get more mileage out of any sleeveless vest or oversized blazer you already own.
The Floral Midi
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Parting thoughts: No spring wardrobe is complete without a floral dress. Embrace the season of blooming trees with ditsy floral prints—Dôen and Christy Dawn’s size-inclusive options are Glamour-editor favorites—or opt for more bold, graphic versions, like Free People’s best-selling maxi dress, or Sézane’s pleated off-the-shoulder dress that has the tiniest shimmer throughout the fabric, making it a great spring wedding guest dress.
Originally published in Glamour.com

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