Jennifer Hudson at the DKNY Spring 2016 Show

Posted on September 17, 2015

Jennifer Hudson arrives for the DKNY Spring 2016 show at the World Trade Center during New York Fashion Week in New York City.

 

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Now, girls. You know we’re not ones to gossip, but Miss Jennifer showed up on this scene and immediately proved that she had no time for any front row posturing or shenanigans from her seatmates. She had those girls snapping to attention and sitting in their own damn seats within seconds. It was a fascinating little vignette that illustrated the differences between a starlet and a diva. We narrowed our eyes in silent approval and respect, because we’re too cool for huge displays of emotion at fashion shows. And also because she probably wouldn’t have noticed us unless we suddenly caught fire.

In other important news, this outfit was clearly composed of pieces from the runway collection, as she was sporting the same paper-thin, ribbed knitwear and men’s jacket with a split running up the back of it. We have to say, in partial response to our review of the collection, how surprised we were to see the pieces work (somewhat) on a non-model woman, possibly proving the collection’s potential. We’re not crazy enough to love the cut of those pants and we wish she’d worn a more nude-toned bra but there’s at least one half of a surprisingly sharp look here. The jacket and sweater look great on her.
[Photo Credit: Liam Goodner/PacificCoastNews]

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