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Cher keeps it classic for PFW

Published 28/02/2013

Gareth Pugh model
Gareth Pugh model

Cher keeps it classic in black for Paris Fashion Week.

The pop icon attended Gareth Pugh's show yesterday, enjoying the atmospheric feel of his Fall/Winter 13 collection.

In keeping with the designer's eerie black and white line, Cher donned a black jacket over a loose top in the same colour.

The focus was firmly on her huge silver earrings, with the diamond-encrusted hoops boasting tassels.

Also enjoying Gareth's latest collection was Fergie, who recently announced she was expecting her first baby with husband Josh Duhamel.

The Black Eyed Peas star also embraced the monochrome theme by wearing a shaggy black coat over a loose shirt and black-and-white striped pants.

Shiny black boots and super-cool sunglasses finished off the singer's look.

Chloë Grace Moretz watched the H&M show yesterday, wearing a gorgeous red dress with ruffle detail at the top.

The actress was seen hanging out with famous pal Emma Roberts who donned a white frock for the event.

The young star has clearly been making the most of her time in France, doing some sightseeing with her mom earlier in the week.

“Mommy and I at the top of the #EiffelTower #TourDeEiffel (sic)," she posted on Twitter along with a snap of the mother-daughter duo.

Ashley Olsen also joined the fashion pack, clad in a loose white shirt and black trousers with an oversized handbag.

Olivia Palermo has been busy on the front row of New York and Milan and also turned up for the Rochas show in Paris, looking amazing in a big black coat and pointed heels.

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