New York Fashion Week Spring 2012 Front Row

Posted on September 09, 2012

Darlings, it’s time once again to check in on the fashionable and sweaty. Please be kind, kittens. Half the people in these pictures? Their feet are KILLING them. Trust.

Billy Reid Spring 2013 Show

Gabriel Mann

We salute you, Gabriel Mann. You are possibly the only 40-year-old man on the planet who can make that hairstyle work.

He looks pretty fucking adorable, we have to say.


Jack Huston

It was Sassy Hair Day for the males! Apparently!

Mandy Moore

This is a cute outfit. And we’ll give her credit. She’s not even trying to pretend she wore that jacket for longer than 3 minutes of picture-taking time.


Cushnie et Ochs Spring 2013 Show

Dania Ramirez


Kate Bosworth

Well, she looks as nutty as she usually does from the neck up, but that’s a cute, if basic dress paired with a really cute pair of shoes.


ELLE Fashion Next Spring 2013 Show

Cheryl Tiegs

WE GOT TO SIT FRONT ROW AT THIS EVENT! Two seats down from Cheryl Tiegs!

Let us pause for a moment here and recap the blessings this site has brought us:

  • About 5 years ago, we met Jaclyn Smith at a Shear Genius finale party.
  • About a year-and-a-half ago, we got to interview Lynda Carter for Metrosource magazine.
  • Two nights ago, we sat down with Chery Tiegs and watched a fashion show.

It’s like God said to us in 1976, “Yes, boys. I will grant you all those wishes. But you’ll have to wait 35 years for them to come true.”

Anyway, this is a terrible picture of her. She’s quite delicate in person.

Also, this is a fantastic event; a reception and runway show for a whole bunch of talented F.I.T. designers hand-chosen by a committee of top fashion movers and shakers (most of whom follow below) and mentored by ELLE and Maybelline. The designs put almost every single Project Runway finale collection to shame. One stunning and provocative look after another walked down that runway for a glorious 20 minutes. This is the second time we’ve been invited to this event (first time, we met muthafuckin IMAN), thanks to Mr. Joe Zee, and it remains a highlight of our week. Gushing over.


Brad Goreski

Love it. A little jealous.


Alexa Chung

Chrissy Teigen

Christina Ricci

What a cute little ladylike dress.

She is tiny enough to live in a tree and bake cookies with elves.


Erin Wasson

Not to defend this look – no, really; not defending it at all – but on a really tall model, in person, it’s kind of … well, you can’t stop looking, is all. It’s more of a spectacle in person.

Patrick McDonald

And speaking of spectacles…

Peter Som

Got to run up for a quick hello and tell him how much we enjoyed his collection. Very sweet guy.

Jason Wu Spring 2013 Show

Jaime King

Kinda fierce in a Fashion Week-appropriate kind of way.


Jil Stuart Spring 2013 Show

Kelly Bensimon

Big bag of crazy with ten pounds of hair, that’s all we’re saying.

Rose Byrne

Sad Girl on the Runway.

A Lifetime Television Event, coming this fall.

Lacoste Spring 2013 Show

Hal Rubenstein

Joanna Coles

Kellan Lutz


That looks totally heterosexual.

Kris Humphries

Russell Westrook

Love the shoes.


Mara Hoffman Spring 2013 Show

Charlotte Ross

Tacky. Cutouts on the front row should be banned, don’t you think?

Eric West

Holland Roden

India de Beaufort

Chic and comfy-looking.

Julie Henderson

Kimberly Denise Jones

Rag & Bone Women’s Spring 2013 Show

Anna Wintour

Say what you will about the facial expression – and we have to say, it’s kind of hilarious to see her not give one flying fuck whether she looks pleasant while posing; there is absolutely no change in posture or expression when photographers hit her like a truck on fire – but the dress is cute.

Christy Turlington



Hailee Steinfeld

Chic and cute.

Maggie Gyllenhaal

Credit where it’s due: she’s not dressed like an 80-year-old secretary.

Robbie Meyers

Fabulous dress and shoes.

Simon Doonan

Steven Kolb

Hi Steven. Can we have your boots?

Son Jung Wan Spring 2013 Show

Brooke Shields


Carla Hall


Natalie Zea



[Photo Credit: Getty]

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