Kittens, as is the way with New York Fashion Week, very beautiful sample-sized celebrities were invited to glam up the proceedings. And as is the way with Tom Ford front rows, they all showed up looking ready for a fairly formal affair. We’ll give the man this: He can wrangle a sharp-looking coterie of celebrities into looking chic on his terms alone.
We don’t love the hem on the skirt, and God knows we’re not inclined to love LBDs on a red carpet, but this looks amazing on her. The headstyling looks hot and she can handle a big shoulder like a champ.
Simple but fabulous. Given the almost generic design of the dress, we think the clean face and hair really work as a way to set it off. Glamour makeup would’ve only made this more generic. Now it feels chic and fresh.
This gal’s got a penchant for sex-kitten styles, which is fine, but she tends to make some tacky choices. This is sleek, chic, classic, and gives her what she wants in a look. Probably the best we’ve seen her in at least a year.
We’ll never say no to Henry in a white dinner jacket, but he’s so much better off without the stubble.
And we’ll never say no to Michiel, PERIOD. But yes, even this dreamy man needs to shave his neck for us to even consider him worthy of our attention. Get to it, Mich.
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