Front Row Fashion: Celebrity Styles

At fashion shows the designers aren't the only ones being judged. Celebrities pay the price for their killer seats by balancing fierceness and fashion savvy with a note of legitimate personal style. Here are our favorite celeb looks from Fashion Week.

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Rachel Zoe

When you style the stars it's important to always dress your best, and Rachel Zoe delivered. She appeared in fabulous clothes throughout Fashion Week, from leather jackets to thigh-high boots, but this look has to be a favorite. The short trousers, patent shoes, and fur hat and coat look great. It was nice to finally see someone with enough clothes on to brave the winter weather.
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Jessica Stroup

From Beverly Hills to Bryant Park, Jessica Stroup looked very chic in this short black number. Loving the lace!
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Demi Moore

From a girl who says she only wears black, this purple was stunning on Demi Moore. The fabric is gorgeous and is the perfect shape to be sophisticated and sexy: the very definition of Demi.
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Olivia Palermo

Her flared trousers, gold top, and brown jacket worked great together. Topping it off with a beautiful gemmed bib necklace was enough to drool over.
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Hilary Rhoda

Pretty florals were bound to adorn the front rows. Hilary's yellow frock is one of our favorites.
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Kristen Bell

Kristen looked oh-so-pretty in this youthful dress, simply accessorized with a belt. Lovely!
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Allison Brie

This strapless dress looked both flirty and innocent on Allison Brie. Her edgy footwear added a hint of a dark side.
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Melissa George

A bright bombshell in this asymmetric dress. This was Melissa's first outing with her newly brown locks. The color worked wonderfully with her red lips and yellow dress — she probably dyed her hair to fit the outfit. If so: Well worth it!
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