Following her late night at the MTV Video Music Awards After-Party, Kim Kardashian was back in action today (September 14) at Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week.
Sporting a one-shoulder black dress with shiny black patent leather heels and a pulled-back hairdo, the “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” babe looked excited as she checked out the festivities at the Jill Stuart Spring 2010 Collection show alongside a star-studded guest list.
Celebrating her 28th birthday today (February 17), Paris Hilton was spotted out earlier doing some shopping with her sister, Nicky, in New York City.
Even after an early birthday celebration last night at hotspot Club Butter, the hotel heiress looked lovely in white as she chatted away on her cell phone showing no signs of slowing down on her big day.
Rivaling the guest list at the Tracy Reese show, the stars were out in full force showing their support for designer Jill Stuart's 2009 Fall Collection show in New York City on Monday (February 16).
With Mercedes Benz fashion week in full swing, starlets including "90210" actress Jessica Stroup, "Buffy" beauty Michelle Trachtenberg and "Friday Night Lights" cutie Adrianne Palicki all mingled backstage before grabbing up their seats.
The Lincoln Center in New York City was definitely the place to be last night. Glamour’s Women of the Year 2007 was in the house, and some big names showed up for the festivities.
Abigail Breslin was named the first ever Girl of the Year. She’s been a huge hit ever since “Little Miss Sunshine” made its way into theaters. And with the success of “No Reservations,” Breslin is on her way to a serious career in film.
Lindsay Lohan and Hilary Duff have decided to put a 5-year-old dispute behind them, becoming amigos once more. The cause of the rift between the two starlets back in 2002 just so happened to be Aaron Carter.
Duff has appropriately called the dispute "silly" and has decided to end it, going back to being friends with LiLo.
Duff said: "We are both adults and whatever happened, happened when we were young. It's over."