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New York Fashion Week day 3: Herve Leger and Christian Siriano

Winter storm Nemo couldn’t stop the die-hard fashionistas from attending the shows on Saturday.

Herve Leger by Max Azria

Herve Leger

Olivia Palermo with boyfriend at Tibi presentation

Olivia Palermo

Tibi presentation


NYC got some serious snowfall this weekend thanks to Nemo, but that didn’t deter some stylish stars and SheKnows from hitting the tents. Ashlee Simpson and Shailene Woodley checked out Christian Siriano’s show, where the designer scored props for his beautiful yet very wearable collection. Over at Herve Leger by Max Azria, Petra Nemcova and Coco Rocha were on hand to see the leather-trimmed and embellished bandage dresses for fall.

Christian Siriano New York Fashion Week
Backstage at Christian Siriano New York Fashion Week

Christian Siriano

Christian Siriano New York Fashion Week

At the Tibi presentation, Olivia Palermo sat front row with her model beau Johannes Huebl, making a perfectly pretty pair. What’s her favorite part of New York Fashion Week? “I think just the energy that you feel,” she told us before the lights dropped and the show began. Tibi’s fall collection featured chunky, cozy knit sweaters with bibs and vibrant emerald and cobalt dresses. And with the freezing temperatures outside, the stylish and warm puffer jackets at the Moncler Grenoble presentation looked better than ever!

While clothes take the mainstage during Fashion Week, accessories can’t be forgotten. Day 3 capped off with the Bulgari Icons of Style: The Serpenti celebration, which Julianne Moore and Olivia Wilde attended. The ladies oohed and ahhed over the beautiful baubles at the Bulgari Fifth Avenue store.

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Photo credits:  BFA, Getty, Tibi, Alberto Reyes/Wenn

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