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InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on February 5, 2008 @ 11:21AM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Larry Busacca/WireImage NY Fashion Week: Day 3 01 of 10 Mandy Moore and Ginnifer Goodwin Stephen Lovekin/Getty Mandy Moore made light of the early morning call time for the new collection from Herve Leger by Max Azria. "It feels a bit odd amp#91;to be in this outfit so earlyamp#93; because Leger is definitely going out sort of apparel. But why not on a Sunday morning? It's fashion week!" Moore declared. Ginnifer Goodwin seconded Moore's excitement. "It's my first fashion week! It's very exciting and thank God the cold in New York isn't too painful! I love the anticipation of it all," said the Big Love actress. -With reporting by Bronwyn Barnes and Polly Blitzer VIDEO: STARS TALK FASHIONHear from Mandy and other star fans of Herve Leger's famous bandage dress. 02 of 10 Minka Kelly and Christina Milian Dimitrios Kambouris/WireImage Minka Kelly and Christina Milian were also first in line for a look at the much-anticipated collection from Herve Leger by Max Azria. Joy Bryant, Melissa George-who said she loves Leger's universally flattering dresses because they "suck it all in, no matter what your body shape"-and Sophia Bush also touched off a blinding round of flashes as they took their seats. 03 of 10 Ashley Olsen and Wichy Hassan Larry Busacca/WireImage Ashley Olsen snuck in to the Miss Sixty show with her stylist, Cristina Ehrlich. About her outfit? "It's Miss Sixty. I just kind of threw it together with these high black boots because they're comfortable," said Olsen, who greeted designer Wichy Hassan backstage. 04 of 10 Milla Jovovich and Chloe Sevigny Larry Busacca/WireImage Also at Miss Sixty, fashion plate Chloe Sevigny touched up her lips with the cult favorite Smith's Rosebud lip salve. "You'll also see me at Benjamin Cho," said the fashion-forward actress. "He's an old friend." Milla Jovovich and Anne Hathaway also showed up for Miss Sixty's retro show, which included a glow-in-the-dark psychedelic runway. 05 of 10 Rose McGowan, Molly Sims and Amy Smart Graylock/Abaca Front row femmes Rose McGowan, Molly Sims and Amy Smart were all in a Mod mood at the Diane von Furstenberg show, each wearing a burst of color in lieu of the usual black ensemble. "I wanted to wear something that went with my new haircut!" said Sims, who watched as the models paraded past in retro glam ensembles from von Furstenberg's fall collection. VIDEO: STARS TALK FASHIONHear more from Molly at DVF; Ellen Pompeo and Julianne Moore at Rag & Bone and more. 06 of 10 Susan Sarandon and Diane von Furstenberg Jamie McCarthy/WireImage Susan Sarandon was among designer Diane von Furstenberg's friends and family members on hand to witness the designer's latest collection. Was Sarandon also excited to get away from the Super Bowl hoopla at home? "Actually, Tim amp#91;Robbinsamp#93; is out watching the game somewhere else," said Sarandon, who wore a favorite DVF piece plucked from her closet. 07 of 10 Helena Christensen and Ellen Pompeo Andrew H. Walker/Getty Grey's Anatomy star Ellen Pompeo and Helena Christensen bundled up for the Y-3 show, held at Pier 40 in Manhattan. The reason for their shivers? The presentation featured a runway lined with walls of ice. 08 of 10 Mariska Hargitay Andrew H. Walker/Getty Mariska Hargitay sat front and center at the Lela Rose show, which also doubled as a fashion week daycare center. As toddlers ran around the catwalk, Hargitay reflected on the difference between fashion week at home and abroad. "I just got back from the Armani show in Italy," the Law & Order actress said. "I got to meet Mr. Armani and it was three straight days with dinners every night and fittings and it's an experience. Here you get up, it's 7 o'clock in the morning, and you're in, you're out." 09 of 10 Sara Ramirez Shane Gritzinger/FilmMagic "I'm a huge fan!" said Sara Ramirez, who followed up her appearance at the Red Dress show with a front-row appearance at the Angel Sanchez show. "His dresses make me feel like a real woman." New York City socialites and celebrity stylists also lined the runway for a first look at the designer's fall collection. VISIT US ALL WEEK FOR DAILY STAR SIGHTINGS AT THE TENTS, FASHION TRENDS AND VIDEO RUNWAY REPORTS. 10 of 10 Raffaello Follieri and Anne Hathaway Larry Busacca/WireImage A fashionable pair- Anne Hathaway took in the Miss Sixty show at The Tent in Bryant Park with financier boyfriend Raffaello Follieri. Although Hathaway wore head-to-toe black, the designs sent down the runway included bright '70s-style minis worn with colorful tights. VIDEO: STARS TALK FASHIONGet front-row scoop from Aisha Tyler at Malandrino, Angie Harmon at Oscar de la Renta, Rihanna at Max Azria and more.