News Awards & Events Fashion Week NY Fashion Week: Day 6 By InStyle Editors InStyle Editors Instagram Twitter InStyle's mantra is "Everybody's in," and that means anyone who finds their way to our stories should find themselves reflected in them. We prioritize bringing the right writer to every story and sometimes collaborate as a team to ensure we're including points of view across race, gender expression, body size, skin and hair type, and more. 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. For more about our team, click here. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on April 11, 2008 @ 11:48AM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Brian Ach/WireImage NY Fashion Week: Day 6 01 of 09 Eva Longoria Parker Humberto Carreno/Startraks "Michael said to me, 'Nobody can wear sequins in the daytime except you!'" said Eva Longoria Parker, who donned a glittering gold dress for the Michael Kors show. Longoria Parker hit the early morning show with stylist Robert Verdi to scout future red carpet looks. -With reporting by Bronwyn Barnes, Polly Blitzer and Lisa Tilson VIDEO: STARS TALK FASHIONHear from Angie Harmon at Michael Kors. 02 of 09 Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez INF Goff While they are awaiting the arrival of their twins, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony paid a visit to the fashion world's favorite design duo, Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig, at the Marchesa fall presentation, held at the Chelsea Art Museum. Never one to shy away from bling, Lopez chose a stylish royal blue dress with a jeweled neckline. 03 of 09 Debra Messing Peter Kramer/AP "I got in very late last night and we just played dress up in the hotel room," said Michael Kors devotee Debra Messing, who jetted in from Los Angeles just for the show. Before the catwalking began, Messing joined fellow fashionistas Sigourney Weaver and Raquel Welch for morning lattes in the American Express VIP lounge. 04 of 09 Chris Ivery, Ellen Pompeo, Rebecca Gayheart and Eric Dane Peter Kramer/AP Super couples Chris Ivery and Ellen Pompeo, and Rebecca Gayheart and Eric Dane helped make Michael Kors the most star-studded show so far, lining the front row to get a sneak peek at fall looks from the designer. Models paraded past the gorgeous group in lush tweeds, fur and shantung as Amy Winehouse blared over the speakers. VIDEO: STARS TALK FASHIONHear from Angie Harmon at Michael Kors. 05 of 09 Christy Turlington, Joy Bryant, Perrey Reeves and Julia Stiles Andrew H. Walker/Getty Models and starlets lined the front row at Temperley London, where they got an eyeful of the fall designs from chic British designer Alice Temperley. Christy Turlington, Joy Bryant, Perrey Reeves and Julia Stiles drank in the eye-popping gowns and hot frocks on display. VIDEO: STARS TALK FASHIONSee "the perfect trench" at Isaac Mizrahi; get up close with design darling Phillip Lim; and hear from Angie Harmon at Michael Kors. 06 of 09 Anne Hathaway and Eliza Dushku Theo Wargo/WireImage No front-row seats at Marchesa for Anne Hathaway and Eliza Dushku? No worries-the pair and other famous fashionistas took their time taking in the designs, which were worn by models standing on platforms. 07 of 09 Joy Bryant and Michael Kors Jamie McCarthy/WireImage A crisp-looking-and Michael Kors-clad-Joy Bryant gave her compliments to the Project Runway judge at his Bryant Park show. No doubt she'll be placing an order for the '60s-inspired ladylike separates the designer sent down the runway. 08 of 09 Keren Craig, Kate Walsh and Georgina Chapman Theo Wargo/WireImage Designing women Keren Craig and Georgina Chapman flanked Private Practice star Kate Walsh at the Marchesa presentation held at the Chelsea Art Museum. The stunning redhead got an eyeful of the line's feather-trimmed gowns-much like the one she wore to the show. 09 of 09 Nanette Lepore and Ana Ortiz Brian Ach/WireImage Fashion week first-timer Ana Ortiz got the VIP treatment at Nanette Lepore, greeting the designer before taking in the show at the Bryant Park tents. Lepore's fall collection featured a blend of textures and patterns from velvet and sequins to plaid and tweed, most notably in deep plum and merlot. Also on hand for the occasion were Lorraine Bracco and figure skater Kristi Yamaguchi.