Fall/Winter 2016 Front-Row Favorites
This week kicks off an entire month of incredible runway looks, street style, and celeb spottings, starting right here in the Big Apple with New York Fashion Week, before moving on to London, Milan, and finally Paris.
Thursday’s BCBG Max Azria, Marissa Webb, and #YeezySeason3 shows were filled with front-row celebs, from Nina Agdal to Coco Rocha and the entire Kardashian-Jenner-West clan. From Agdal’s sexy suede dress to Kim Kardashian West’s platinum blonde wig, here are the statement-making fashions that were spotted off the runway.
Tune in to our front-row favorites gallery to check out the hottest celebrity looks. TGIF? More like Thank God It’s Fashion Week!
Kris Jenner & Kanye West
A series of silly Twitter rants can’t break apart the bond of family. That’s why Kris Jenner and her A-list rapper son-in-law Kanye West happily sat side by side in the front row at Balmain’s fall 2016 show to cheer on Kendall Jenner (who continued her streak of runway-walking, opening and closing the 59-look showdown in Paris).
The actress sported a sheer Marc Jacobs top and striped pants in the front row of his NYFW show.
Ratajkowski stunned at Marc Jacobs's show in a sheer one-shoulder gown.
Andra Day, Ashley Benson, Odeya Rush, Amandla Stenberg, and Kiernan Shipka
The stars looked chic in Marc Jacobs ensembles and bold lips while sitting together in the front row.
Natasha Lyonne and Christina Ricci
The actresses looked polished in Marc Jacobs ensembles in the front row of the last show of New York Fashion Week.
Hilton showed off her growing bump at J. Mendel's show in a blue lace dress and camel coat.
Robbie looked polished in the front row at Calvin Klein in a long mustard coat and white turtleneck.
The actress wore a black and mustard-colored ensemble and pointy black boots at Calvin Klein's Fall 2016 show.
Miller showed off her toned abs in head-to-toe Ralph Lauren in the front row of his NYFW show.
Tyler showed off her growing baby bump in the front row of the Proenza Schouler show.
The actress showed off her enviable figure in fitted black separates at DKNY.
Jenner looked polished in a colorblock coat, red top and sneaks at the Boss Womenswear show, rocking her sister Kim's signature braids.
The actress wore a black ensemble and lacy pumps to sit front row at Boss Womenswear.
Ratajkowski made workwear sexy in a black blazer and straight-leg pants at the Boss show.
Shields looked angelic at the Naeem Khan show in a feathered dress and cropped jacket by the designer.
The actress showed off her toned legs in a Michael Kors cream ensemble, camel-colored coat and blush accessories.
Hudson stunned in a red Michael Kors dress and a bright lip in the front row of his Fall 2016 show.
Palermo looked sporty in a black wool Michael Kors blazer at his Fall 2016 show.
Gaga rocked orange hair and a black jumpsuit in the front row of Brandon Maxwell's NYFW show after her incredible tribute to David Bowie at the Grammys.
The actress made us green with envy in a sleeveless Narciso Rodriguez dress and pointy black pumps.
The youngest Jenner looked chic in a Vera Wang mini dress while watching her sister Kendall walk in Wang's NYFW show.
The actress looked quintessentially Vera Wang in one of her black designs.
The actress looked chic in a colorblock Tory Burch ensemble at her fall 2016 show.
King color-coordinated with her Bosworth in a Tory Burch dress in the front row of the designer's NYFW show.
The actress wore a white bell-sleeve top with a black skirt from Carolina Herrera's pre-fall 2016 collection to the designer's show at The Frick Collection.
Rossum looked pretty in pink at the Carolina Herrera show in a floral-printed tea-length dress from her spring 2016 collection.
Palermo wore a CH Carolina Herrera floral-printed top with matching trousers to the designer's show.
Culpo looked stunning in head-to-toe cream at the Thomas Wylde show.
The soccer star looked suave in the front row of his wife Victoria's NYFW show with his brood in tow.
Chung tries out a completely new blunt bang 'do at the Monique Lhuillier show.