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Front Row At Milan Fashion Week: Salma Hayek, Anna Dello Russo & More

20 February 2013

Can you believe we're half way through fashion month? We've now crossed off both New York and London from our fashion calendars. Now it's Milan's turn, as the shows started today with Gucci, Alberta Ferretti and Raoul.

At New York Jessica Chastain, Miley Cyrus, Matt Damon and David Beckham were some of the best FROW-ers. While London also attracted a starry front row as Kate Bosworth, Rosie Huntington Whiteley and One Direction's Louis Tomlinson were spotted at the shows, along with LFW regulars Olivia Palermo, Alexa Chung, Daisy Lowe and Pixie Geldof.

So who will make the trip over to Milan? Last season Leona Lewis, Elizabeth Hurley and Solange Knowles hit the shows, along with fashpack heavy weights Anna Wintour, Carine Roitfeld and more. Remember Milan is Anna Dello Russo territory, so expect to see plenty of crazy ADR outfits. 

Anna Dello Russo was inspired by the boys for her Milan menswear wardrobe last month, in Saint Laurent tuxedos, t bar heels and large cravats. Whatever her inspiration is for this week, one thing we know is she will be sharing each of her looks with us via Instagram. As this is one fashionista who knows how to take a killer #whati'mwearing shot.

At Gucci on Day One the fashion pack were out in force as Carine Roitfeld, Anna Dello Russo and Anna Wintour were on the front row to see Frida Giannini's latest collection. Salma Hayek was the first A Lister to hit Milan as she was FROW-ing at Gucci in a purple leather belted suit.

Keep checking who is arriving at Milan Fashion Week in the gallery above...



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