ASHLEY MADEKWE at the Cushnie et Ochs show
jacket by Balenciaga, dress by Cushnie et Ochs, shoes by Saint Laurent
Nothing says, “I’m here and I’m fabulous” like red, sexy cut-outs, and a leather jacket. I have zero complaints – this is as Fashion Week as it gets.
SOLANGE KNOWLES at the 3.1 Phillip Lim for Target launch
jacket and skirt by 3.1 Phillip Lim for Target, purse by Fendi, shoes by Givenchy
I could never pull off this outfit, but that doesn’t stop me from wanting every single individual piece of it. That tuxedo blazer in particular is just phenomenal.
SOLANGE KNOWLES at the Alexander Wang show
skirt by Alexander Wang
The clothing itself is only okay, but when the sunglasses, purse, and shoes are that fucking fabulous, it’s hard to care.
OLIVIA PALERMO at the Rebecca Minkoff show
top by Hugo Boss, skirt and purse by Rebecca Minkoff, belt by BCBG, shoes by Tibi
It should be too much, but I’m somehow loving this ridiculous mix of black and white prints. It’s just bizarre enough to work. And the pop of color on the shoes is unexpected and fun.
OLIVIA PALERMO at the Rebecca Taylor show
I am a little bit in love with those shoes. Am I insane? They’re so close to hideous, but I think they’re just on this side of adorable.
JAMIE CHUNG at the Rebecca Minkoff show
jacket, top, skirt, and shoes by Rebecca Minkoff
I don’t love the heavy accessories, but the jacket and skirt are delightful. I love a girl who rocks a suit to a fashion show.
ALLISON WILLIAMS at the Diane von Furstenberg show
dress by Diane von Furstenberg
Definitely the best the Girls star has ever looked. Sexy, sleek, and glam, and her legs go on for days.
KERRY WASHINGTON at the Project Runway show
dress by Stella McCartney, shoes by Casadei
Adorable. I wish she’d gone a little more daring, but this is very sweet.
KERRY WASHINGTON at the Alexander Wang show
dress by Alexander Wang
Well, if this is daring, I’ll stick with adorable, because I don’t really love this. I think those boxy sleeves are ridiculous, the peplum is unflattering, and the accessories don’t work with the dress.
LEIGH LEZARK at the Christian Siriano show
Another look on the borderline between cute and ugly. Something about those shorts-that-might-be-a-skirt is a little unnerving.
SARAH JESSICA PARKER at the Lexus event
dress by Giles, jewelry by Fred Leighton, shoes by Gianvito Rossi
Pretty, but a touch too dull.
ALAN CUMMING at the Costello Tagliapietra show
Love the suit, but the sneakers were unneccessary.
MARY-KATE OLSEN and ASHLEY OLSEN at the Lexus event
Mary-Kate’s jacket and shirt by The Row, skirt by Céline, shoes by Manolo Blahnik
Ashley’s top, skirt, and purse by The Row, shoes by Manolo Blahnik
It’s a shame they only wear shapeless black clothing, because it’s clear from their accessories they have some killer style. They’re both wearing uniquely fabulous shoes, but there’s not much else about them worth discussing.
MARIA SHARAPOVA at the Jason Wu show
dress by Jason Wu
It’s a little “nun goes bad” for me, and I’ve never liked those black peep-toe ankle booties the celebrities seem to adore. But it’s a chic enough look.
MARIA SHARAPOVA at the 3.1 Phillip Lim for Target launch
top and skirt by 3.1 Phillip Lim for Target, shoes by Nicholas Kirkwood
Solange and the other ladies who attended this event made their Phillip Lim for Target pieces look expensive; clearly, Maria did not manage to accomplish the same feat.
ALICIA KEYS at the Jason Wu show
top by Jason Wu
It’s a little basic for a fashion show – I think there’s no better place to take a risk then when you’re sitting front row. The top and shoes are nice, but not much more than that.
JESSICA PARÉ at the Jason Wu show
top, skirt, purse, and shoes by Jason Wu
There’s just too much happening here. And those shoes are hideous.
BELLA THORNE at the Rebecca Minkoff show
I was going to applaud Bella for her interesting little black dress, but the boots paired with it are just killing me. Also, this girl is fifteen years old. She doesn’t look a day under 25 here, and this is the youngest I’ve seen her look. She needs a new stylist immediately.
ZOSIA MAMET at the Rebecca Taylor show
I don’t understand why you do this to me, Shosh. I love you so much, and then you taunt me with your could-be-fabulous printed suit, which you’ve destroyed with your terrible styling. I love a comfortable shoe as much as the next year, but there are plenty of flats to choose from. Dirty white Vans are unacceptable.
ZOSIA MAMET at the Honor show
I wasn’t sure this was possible until now, but I think I just had a shoe-induced stroke.