If you had VIP status, major coin to blow and a serious passion for fashion, chances are, you'd be aching for a seat at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week too.
New York has played host to star-studded events this last week, drawing celebrities to front rows of shows and to glamorous after parties.
The stars get to take in the spectacles, bathe in the limelight, revel in the publicity and of course pick up thousands of dollars worth of designer swag. Although celebrities have a public expectation to dress in cutting edge fashions, most are lucky enough to leave the picking to the impeccable tastes of their stylists.
Here's a list of some of the celebs spotted this week:
At Jill Stuart - Hillary Swank looked a little Bewitched at the show, other stars spotted there were Amy Smart and Rachel Smith (Miss America 2007)
At Peter Som - Minka Kelly, Piper Perabo, Mandy Moore and Ginnifer Goodwin
At Max Azria - Fergie, Joss Stone, Rihanna, Rose McGowan, Amy Smart and Brittany Murphy who liked like she stole her outfit from Anne Hathaway's The Devil Wears Prada movie set.
At Betsey Johnson - Tyra Banks, Russell Simmons, Irina Pantaeva and Joan Jett
At Ports 1961 - Rose McGowan, Mandy Moore, Eliza Dushku, Sophia Bush and Emily Deschanel
At Proenza Schouler - Rihanna, Dylan McDermott, Brooke Shields and Amy Adams
At Oscar De La Renta - Angie Harmon and the most talked about celeb stylist du jour, Rachel Zoe
At Halston - Christian Slater, Tamara Mellon, Veronica Webb, Liza Minnellia, Harvey Weinstein, Georgina Champan, Padma Lakshmi. and the world famous editrix of Vogue, Anna Wintour
At Miss Sixty - Ashley Olsen, Milla Jovovich, Anne Hathaway and her beau Raffaello Follieri, Chloe Sevigny
At Y-3 - Helena Christensen, Ellen Pompeo, Ioan Gruffudd and Vincent Gallo
Baby Phat - Tyra Banks, Joss Stone, Russell Simmons, Al Reynolds and Star Jones
All photos of the aforementioned celebs at Fashion Week plus way more can be seen at Sky Showbiz.
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