London Fashion Week
London Fashion Week
Stella McCartney and Kate Hudson
Designer Stella McCartney and Kate Hudson (in Stella McCartney) took in a charity auction of Mary McCartney's photographs of stylish British women including Kate Moss, Vivienne Westwood and Helen Mirren. The Natural History Museum-held gala, which was also attended by proud papa Paul McCartney, raised over $75,000 on behalf of Macmillan Cancer Support.
18-year-old Emma Watson is no novice to the fashion scene. The Harry Potter star took in the designs of up-and-comers at the Fashion Fringe show, alongside veteran catwalk watchers Donatella Versace and Dita Von Teese. Watson also graced the front rows at Giles, Christopher Kane and Vivienne Westwood Red Label.
star Gwyneth Paltrow showed off her flawless stems at the launch of pal Jemima Khan's designs for Azzaro. The invitation-only dinner at Harry's Bar was also attended by Claudia Schiffer and Trudie Styler.
Actress Mischa Barton was on the fringe at the Alice Temperley show in a minidress and bolero from the designer. "I love Alice because of her bohemian style," Barton told In Style U.K.. "She's just quintessentially London and I love that eclectic look." The British-born beauty also took in the Giles and the Vivienne Westwood catwalk shows.
Star designer Kate Moss sat front row at the Vivienne Westwood Red Label show alongside Mischa Barton (not shown) and Pamela Anderson (not shown).
Model eccentric Agyness Deyn show-hopped in a characteristically conceptual outfit. The supermodel strutted the catwalk at the House of Holland show and was also spotted on the after-party circuit with her boyfriend, Strokes guitarist Albert Hammond Jr.
Glamour girl Elle Macpherson strutted her stuff at the Mary McCartney exhibit hosted by 30 Days of Fashion and Beauty. The supermodel and lingerie designer took to the podium at the charity auction, to help raise money for cancer care.
Supermodel Naomi Campbell hit the runway for a good cause at the Fashion for Relief event at the Natural History Museum in London. The event, which was organized by Campbell, included celebrities such as Lizzie Jagger and Monica Cruz modeling high-fashion designs that were later auctioned of on behalf of the White Ribbon Alliance, a women's health initiative. Campbell's own feathered Zac Posen gown was snapped up for over $45,000 by her Russian businessman boyfriend, Vladimir Dororin.
Brand spokesman Jude Law celebrated the opening of the new Home of Dunill in London's Mayfair neighborhood. “I think men lost something when they stopped wearing hats and suits,” Law told People. “A hat is also something slightly effeminate, the way you wear your hat, it’s very personal-I love the quaint traditionalism of that.” Singer Lily Allen also showed up to salute the classic menswear label.