Isabel Lucas was in the front row on a Fashion Week which has seen very few celebrities in the front row.
This week has been all about the clothes and those fabulous women who keep the fashion houses alive – the Couture clients.
The “Transformer” star looked beautiful wearing Chanel Spring 2009 sleeveless white dress with floral accents and a black bow tied to her waist.
Black peep-toes complete the look.
I love the dress, but not that hair nor the make-up.
Lola Karimova the representative of the Republic of Uzbekistan to UNESCO, is a diplomat, well known for her charity activities and activities to promote culture and sports.
It looks like she’s doing her bit to promote fashion here as she looks outstanding wearing stunning Chanel Spring 2009 Couture white suit with a black trims.
I always thought this look was a cropped jacket and a skirt, but Lola’s open jacket reveals that she’s wearing a low cut dress.
Lola is head-to-toe perfection with cute black and white peep-toes.
She’s one of my favourites this week and will definitely be on the Best Dressed List.
Now this is what you call a fashionable family.
With their Chanel matching purses, Danielle Steel attended this show with her her beautiful daughters Victoria Traina and model Vanessa Traina.
Victoria and Vanessa both wore black. Victoria opted for a black blazer with a harem pants and black sandals, whilst her considerably taller sister Vanessa opted for a Givenchy Spring 2009 cut-out dress.
Ms Steel was not to be outdone by her two daughters. She looked divine wearing a white Balmain tweed jacket with a with crystal bow paired with black silk pants and black patent Gucci heels.
Out of the 3 I love Ms Steels look the most. Who would believe she is 61 years young.
Zhou Xun posed with Uncle Karl wearing a black sleeveless dress with ruffled skirt.
Her only pop of colour came from her red belt, lips and bangles.
Gianna Jun appeared to be in awe of Uncle Karl like we all would be.
She still look beautiful in her all black look. I loved her black dress but I wish we had a more front on picture to appreciate the details.
I’m glad the see the front row make up for the shock of the actual collection.
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