Molly Sims at star-studded Posen show
Published 11/02/2013 | 08:30
Molly Sims opted for a Zac Posen outfit to see the designer’s New York Fashion Week show yesterday.
The designer was among the last to present his line at New York Fashion Week yesterday and attracted an A-list front row.
Actress-and-model Molly opted to wear a complete outfit by the designer to show her support, donning a long black stress and structured, tweed-look, blazer with three-quarter length sleeves.
Photographers went wild as the statuesque blonde strode into The Plaza Hotel, with Molly happy to chat about why she was in attendance.
“I love how Zac makes women look sexy,” she gushed to WWD “He's a classy man and he brings that to his clothes. I love his draping.”
The 39-year-old star and her husband Scott Stuber welcomed their first child, Brooks, in the world in June. Molly is already looking back to her best and couldn’t hide how excited she was to be enjoying some adult time.
“I left the baby at home,” she giggled.
Also at the event was Smash star Katharine McPhee, who opted for a bold navy blue brocade trouser suit. The cropped jacket helped emphasise her toned figure, with Katherine showing she is a fashion icon in the making by shunning a simple plain top in favour of a blue-and-white floral version which was completely on trend.
Also at the event were Leigh Lezark, Michelle Harper and Harley Viera-Newton.
It was a big weekend for New York shows, with Victoria Beckham presenting her latest line with her husband David proudly sitting front row – next to US Vogue editor Anna Wintour – yesterday morning.
It was a busy day for Katherine, who also attended the Diane von Furstenberg show on Sunday. She wore a plunging white outfit which exposed acres of her chest, with embellishment detail around the cut out. With her hair styled in bouncy curls she looked every inch the Hollywood star.
Also at Diane’s show were Olivia Palermo, Coco Rocha and Chelsea Handler.
Tommy Hilfiger closed proceedings yesterday, with Petra Nemcova and Julianne Moore looking on.
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