Fashion week face-off: Who had the best front row of Spring 2015?

Givenchy Front Row Spring 2015
Photography by Michel Dufour/WireImage
Givenchy Front Row Spring 2015
Photography by Michel Dufour/WireImage

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As Paris Fashion Week comes to an end, it’s with our great discontentment to bid adieu to SS15 Fashion Month (cue the violins). While we witnessed an insanely awesome display of street style in New York, London, Milan, and Paris, we just can’t forget our favourite celebs who dutifully sat front row at all of the best shows. Starting in New York, we commended Rihanna for rocking a patent navy anorak and matching bucket hat at Alexander Wang, while Nicki Minaj looked sporty in a matching colour-block top and skirt sitting alongside American Horror Story actress Lauren Hutton who opted for a more conservative look in a grey pantsuit. At the Michael Kors show, we spotted Mary J. Blige and Jada Pinkett Smith looking classic-chic in monochromatic ensembles, as well as Jessica Chastain and Olivia Munn, who both wore floral prints, showing off the designers more feminine designs.

As we crossed the pond over to London town, Cara Delevigne seriously won the sartorial game as she wore a sleek navy pantsuit paired with sneakers and no shirt (obviously) front row at Burberry. Also at the show was Kate Moss, who showed off the fashion house’s iconic trench coat in an all black ensemble. Over in Milan, we couldn’t help but obsess over the more edgier looks spotted front row at Versace where Heidi Klum and Bella Thorne rocked thigh-high boots with leather jackets. Looking equally as impressive was Coco Rocha who rocked a red military-inspired mini dress by Versace that accentuated her recently blunt-chopped locks.

Last, but not least, PFW captured our hearts as North West was a prominent front row attendee who was seen matching her mam Kim Kardashian in elegant black lace at Givenchy. Showing us that fashion runs in the family, we swooned over Poppy Delevigne’s sweet floral Chanel number that she wore to Lagerfeld’s ‘feminist protest’ show, while Michelle Williams won our hearts with a textured blue dress at Louis Vuitton. Finally, we’ve got to give a shout out to the fresh faces who graced the front row at Miu Miu, including Hailee Steinfeld, Liv Tyler and Nicola Peltz who all effortlessly rocked the fashion houses’ feminine frocks. While we will be counting down the days until Fall 2015 fashion month, we’re happy to say goodbye so we can catch up on Scandal and finally get some sleep. Au Revoir for now Fashion Month!