Social media scoop: New York Fashion Week, Venice Film Festival and Burning Man
1. New York lights up for fashion
Tom Ford kicks off New York Fashion Week, bringing in both the worlds of film and fashion together. While Amy Adams, his lead in Nocturnal Animals wasn't there, models like Karlie Kloss showed up.
2. Alicia Keys rocks up sans makeup again
Haters gonna hate. Another thing Tom Ford excels at? Making sure fashion's top dogs in photography such as Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin are present to take all the right snaps.
3. The Brit pack arrive
Making their seasonal pilgrimage to New York Fashion Week are Alexa Chung and Keira Knightley, photographed by Vanity Fair's Derek Blasberg.
4. Neon lights
The same Derek Blasberg also photographed Cara and Poppy Delevingne at Burning Man in Nevada. Dream job much?
5. Burn, baby, burn
Ain't no duststorms are going to stop these celebrities from raving in style. Apart from hanging with her sister Poppy, Cara Delevingne also bumped into Paris Hilton.
6. Chaos of colour
Also blending into Burning Man's colours and brights is Katy Perry, who transformed into a fairy overnight.
7. The bad gal's back
After a stunning performance at the VMAs last week, FENTY PUMA by Rihanna AW16 launched worldwide with the singer herself personally visiting stores and showing her moves.
8. Kaia Gerber turns 15
Even though it's the start of fashion season, Cindy Crawford's mini-me's back at school with a recent birthday celebration.
9. Models take centre stage at Venice
Sure, it's all about the films, but even the cameras need some eye candy on the red carpet...and off.
10. Ready, snap, go
Model Eva Herzigova gives us a peek of what it's like to be hounded by not one, but a huge line of photographers.
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