Mon, 10 Sep 2012 11:46:57 GMT | By Colleen Last
Celebrities in the front row at New York Fashion Week

David Beckham led the charge for the front-row seats

David Beckham (© Peter Michael Dills/Getty Images)
  • David Beckham (© Peter Michael Dills/Getty Images)
  • David Beckham (© LUCAS JACKSON/Reuters)
  • Sarah Jessica Parker (© Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images)
  • Olivia Palermo (© Reuters)
  • Shenae Grimes, Ryan Lochte and Lauren Conrad (© Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images)
  • Ryan Lochte and Olivia Culpo (© Taylor Hill/Getty Images)
  • Paris and Nicky Hilton (© ANDREW KELLY/Reuters)
  • Jennifer Hudson (© Reuters)
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David Beckham led the charge for the front-row seats at New York Fashion Week. He was front and centre for wife Victoria's Spring 2013 collection - here he is taking his seat ahead of the show, but Becks also turned heads at the Adidas show.

Sarah Jessica Parker, Alicia Keys, Kate Bosworth and gold medallist Ryan Lochte were among the A-listers enjoying the action at Fashion Week. Click through the gallery to see all the stars who scored seats in the front row.



  • Gwyneth Paltrow(©Jeffrey Mayer WireImage Getty Images)

    American fashion house Ralph Lauren doesn’t just sell clothes; it sells an aspirational lifestyle promising sophistication and a relaxed quality of life.

  • Dita Von Teese(©Francois Durand Getty Images)

    Yves Saint Laurent innovations include the female tuxedo and beatnik black, but the label’s biggest legacy was making it acceptable for women to wear trousers.

  • Cate Blanchette in Valentino(©Stewart Cook Rex Features)

    Italian designer Valentino Garavani has shaped haute couture fashion for five decades.

  • David and Victoria Beckham(©Dave Hogan Getty Images)

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  • Jennifer Aniston(©Jon Kopaloff FilmMagic Getty Images)

    Flamboyant fashion house Dolce & Gabbana favours bright colours, clashing patterns and animal prints - sometimes all at once.

  • Brad Pitt and George Clooney with Giorgio Armani(©Sipa Press Rex Features)

    Giorgio Armani has been acclaimed as the most successful designer to come out of Italy.

  • Hilary Swank(©Keith Bedford Reuters)

    The Calvin Klein label blurs the distinction between masculine and feminine fashions with clean lines, neutral colours and no fussy adornments.

  • Kylie Minogue(©Ken McKay Rex Features)

    In 1947, Christian Dior revolutionised fashion with his 'New Look' silhouette – pinched-in waist and full skirt – which is still popular today.