Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 29 November 2014

Stars turn out for Azria

Heidi Klum

BCBG Max Azria boasted an impressive front row at New York Fashion Week yesterday.

Supermodel Heidi is a front-row favourite at New York Fashion Week and proved her style credentials as she watched the runway show.

The German star donned a chic monochrome ensemble, consisting of a sequined top and waistcoat, paired with black leather-look leggings.

Pointed black court shoes, a matching clutch and a stack of silver bangles finished off her chic look.

Known for being naturally beautiful, Heidi kept make-up to a minimum and showed off her flawless complexion with a radiant base of foundation.

A coat of mascara and a slick of light pink lipstick were enough, while her blonde mane was teased into soft curls.

Jesse proved boys are just as capable of doing high fashion, by turning up to the show in an all-black outfit.

The John Tucker Must Die star kept it casual in a button-down black shirt, black skinny trousers and smart lace-up shoes.

Joining the stars was singer Estelle, who picked a lacy black number that showed a flash of blue bra underneath.

The bottom consisted of a tight pencil skirt and the American Boy star finished the look of with pointed nude heels.

Reality TV star Olivia Palermo is never one to miss a fashion event and also graced the front row with her chic style.

The City star picked a loose white dress, nipped in at the waist with a nude belt and accessorised with nude shoes.

A pair of oversized sunglasses and a statement necklace finished off her look.

Lindsay Lohan may have had a tough time recently, but the troubled actress also got involved in the New York Fashion Week fun too.

Her model sister Ali walked the Wendy Nichol show and 27-year-old Lindsay was there for support on Wednesday.

Showing off a slightly fuller figure, the star looked happy and healthy in a sheer black dress.

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