Stars Turn Out for Marc Jacobs

09/11/2007 at 01:00 PM ET

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The celebs came out in full force for the Marc Jacobs show in N.Y.C. last night. From fashionistas like Victoria Beckham and Mischa Barton to famous friends like Courtney Love and Michael Stipe to fabulous fans like Heath Ledger and Sheryl Crow, the front row was packed with A-list stars. And they had a lot of patience — the 9 pm show didn’t actually begin until after 11 pm, with Posh (in vintage Herve Leger) slipping into her seat 15 minutes before the show started. She told PEOPLE that “New York is a little edgier than other cities. And I’m excited to see Marc’s collection. It’s always a great show, and a fantastic atmosphere. It’s very, very exciting.” And once the show started, it didn’t disappoint with the presentation running in reverse. Marc kicked off the collection with his thank you run, followed by the models doing their final group walk, and then breaking into their individual struts last. You might need to be brave to pull off this collection — transparency was the major theme.

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LL on

why are her boobs always squished in and up all the time? it makes them so fake…. even if they are(?)

DM Peterson on

I’ve never seen Victoria Beckham smile; she probably thinks she’s looking super sexy, with her little pointy face she reminds me of a ferret getting ready to bite! And obviously a boob job, they sure don’t look natural!

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