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Emmy Rossum's NYFW style hit

Published 11/02/2014

Emmy Rossum
Emmy Rossum

Stars graced the front row of Carolina Herrera's show as part of New York Fashion Week yesterday.

The brunette actress dazzled in a glamorous jumpsuit, which featured white trousers and a black top with cross-over straps. A gold and silver flower pattern on the bodice gave a touch of sparkle, while Emmy's dark red lipstick added a spot of colour to the overall outfit.

She sat and chatted with fellow star Anna Kendrick at the show, who looked stunning in one of the show designer's dresses. It featured a sheer panel beneath the neck and a structured skirt with grey ruffles.

With this she wore Christian Louboutin shoes, a CH Carolina Herrera handbag and jewellery by EF Collection and Melinda Maria.

Burlesque beauty Dita Von Teese went for a colour-block coat at the event. With stripes of white, black, brown and green the raven-haired star looked warm as she made her way into the venue.

Once inside and coat-free she revealed a pair of high-waisted suit trousers with a beige silk blouse. The outfit was topped off by a feathery bolero.

Carolina wasn't the only fashion star who had celebrities gathering to see her Fall/Winter 14 collection.

Dennis Basso also had an array of A-list guests at his show. Actress Debra Messing made a statement in a green faux-fur coat. The fluffy piece was accessorised with a green belt to highlight her waist and her red hair was pulled to one side and styled into loose waves.

Olivia Palermo too opted for a faux fur number. She looked trendy in a white and brown body-warmer with jeans and a long-sleeved black top.

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