The biggest week in fashion began yesterday, with New York kicking off this season’s Fashion Week frenzy with a bang.

Leading the way was Moschino designer, Jeremy Scott, revealing his new collection modelled by some of the biggest names in the industry.

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Gigi Hadid hit the runway sporting a bright pink wig and doused in an equally bright pink ensemble.

Joining her on the catwalk were Victoria’s Secret angels Stella Maxwell and Jasmine Tookes as well as British model, Jourdan Dunn.

Legit takes a Village

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The futuristic looking collection, featuring a mixture of neon fur, wigs and leggings was watched by numerous Celebs seated in the infamous ‘Frow’.

Up and coming former stripper-turned-rapper, Cardi B who rocked up in a black fur coat and sunglasses – inside.

I want all your shmoneish🤑

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Joining the outspoken former ‘Love and Hip-Hop’ star on the front row was singer, Justine Skye and past America’s Next Top Model winner, Winnie Harlow.

Also showcasing his newest designs yesterday was Tom Ford, casting Icon Cindy Crawford’s soon-to-be supermodel daughter, Kaia Gerber to walk in the show.


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Ford’s latest collection was inspired by retro 80’s prints, featuring bold Zebra and Leopard print and oversized earrings. Also attracting another star studded front row, Tom Ford saw British stars Rosie Huntington-Whitely and former One Direction hit-maker Zayn Malik amongst those watching the show.

Phillip Plein and Alexander Wang are amongst the designers showcasing their latest lines later on today.

New York is the first city to showcase their designs, followed by London from February 15 and Paris on February 27.

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