News Awards & Events Fashion Week NY Fashion Week: Day 3 By InStyle Editors InStyle Editors Facebook Instagram Twitter Our editors and writers comprise decades of expertise across the beauty, fashion, lifestyle and wellness spaces in print and digital. We prioritize journalistic integrity, factual accuracy, and also having fun with every story we share. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on February 24, 2009 @ 05:43PM Pin Share Tweet Email Trending Videos Photo: Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images NY Fashion Week: Day 3 01 of 11 Zoe Saldana and Heidi Klum Bryan Bedder/Getty Images At Diane von Furstenberg, Zoe Saldana and Heidi Klum looked on with smiles as the models strutted by in an eclectic, layered collection of graphic-print tops, sequined dresses and textured jackets. The duo danced discreetly to Diane Ross's "Upside Down" and waved to the designer as she walked the runway post-show. 02 of 11 Hilary Duff and Donna Karan Charles Eshelman/FilmMagic "I'm such a huge fan," declared Hilary Duff of Donna Karan at the designer's DKNY show, held downtown at the Stephen Weiss Studio. Duff, who designed a line for the brand called Femme for DKNY, wore her second red dress of the week to check out the ladylike coats, pencil skirts and draped jersey dresses from Karan's collection. 03 of 11 Matthew Williamson and Lindsay Lohan Gary Gershoff/WireImage "His clothes are very free-spirited," said Lindsay Lohan, with British designer Matthew Williamson at the opening off his first U.S. boutique. "Each piece really stands out and that's so important." Heidi Klum, Mischa Barton and Rachel Zoe also checked out the psychedelic store, which features an indoor garden and a blacked-out "disco" room. 04 of 11 Mischa Barton, Minka Kelly and Kristen Bell Amanda Schwab/Startraks Photo After attending the Matthew Williamson store opening, Mischa Barton joined Friday Night Lights star Minka Kelly and Kristen Bell in the front row at the Miss Sixty show. The fashionable trio got in a few laughs before marveling at the '80s-inspired acid-washed jeans, punk biker jackets and graphic-print dresses that came down the catwalk. 05 of 11 January Jones and Jessica Stroup Bryan Bedder/Getty Images "This is my first show of my first New York Fashion Week!" said an excited Jessica Stroup, who showed off her flawless figure in a boldly hued Herve Leger by Max Azria bandage dress at the Fall 2009 runway show. "If you'd told me a year ago that I'd be here, I would have called you crazy." After greeting Azria backstage, the 90210 star joined Mad Men's January Jones in the front row. 06 of 11 Shenae Grimes Bryan Bedder/Getty Images Though she may play a quintessential California chick on the show, 90210's Shenae Grimes, here at the Erin Fetherston show, says she prefers the east coast when it comes to her personal style. "Out here, it's all about layering," declared the pint-sized star, dressed in a vintage dress and blazer. "Actually... it's so nice to see so many people walking down the street in New York who have style! Here, with the changes in weather, you get to play around with fashion and have a little more variety." 07 of 11 Julia Stiles and Katharine McPhee Bryan Bedder/Getty Images Actress Julia Stiles and singer Katharine McPhee added star power to the Diane von Furstenberg show at the tents in Bryant Park. While they looked ready for spring in their printed dresses, the gals got a glimpse of what's sure to be hot this fall. 08 of 11 Whitney Port Sara Jaye Weiss/Startraks Photo The City 's Whitney Port celebrated her team's hard work at the Diane von Furstenberg after-party in the Meatpacking District. The MTV reality star currently works for the designer and instead of taking her usual front-row seat, Port was busy working backstage during the show with co-worker, and co-star, Olivia Palermo. 09 of 11 Brittany Snow, Kellie Pickler and Alison Brie Stephen Lovekin/WireImage Brittany Snow , Kellie Pickler and Alison Brie were among the glamour girls who arrived at the tents early-10 a.m.!-to view designer Lela Rose's nature-inspired collection of separates, gowns and party dresses. "I'm wearing Lela head to toe. I love the shoes. And I love that they're going to be selling them at Payless!" said Mad Men's Brie, making her Fashion Week debut. "Lela's clothes are fun, but they're also sophisticated." 10 of 11 Jennifer Love Hewitt and Dayana Mendoza George Napolitano/WireImage Jennifer Love Hewitt (here with Miss Universe Dayana Mendoza) didn't have time to change out of her Lela Rose dress before dashing over to the Mara Hoffman/Nicholas K/Sergio Davila presentation-the three designers teamed up to stage a joint show. "This is fun, but it's a little nerve wracking," said the Ghost Whisperer star, who was trailed by a cluster of photographers. "I'm like, 'There are beautiful models everywhere, you should be taking pictures of them instead!'" 11 of 11 Kanye West, Jared Leto, Chace Crawford and Patrick Wilson Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images Don't count the men out when it comes to Fashion Week- Kanye West, Jared Leto,Chace Crawford and Patrick Wilson made for one handsome front row at the Calvin Klein Collection Fall 2009 menswear show. This was a momentous occasion for the brand, designed by Italo Zucchelli, as it hit the runway for the first time in ten years.