Diane Kruger Goes Edgy for Calvin Klein

Diane Kruger, Emma Stone and Amy Adams were spotted catching up as they waited for Calvin Klein's Spring/Summer 13 runway show to start
Diane Kruger Goes Edgy for Calvin Klein
Diane Kruger

Diane Kruger boasted an edgy front row look as she graced Calvin Klein's New York Fashion Week show. The stunning actress showed off her toned stomach in a form-fitting white long-sleeved top, which she teamed with a high-waisted black leather miniskirt.

The ensemble - which she accessorised with matching black pumps - showed off Diane's enviable figure to perfection. The beauty kept her shoulder-length blonde locks loose and her make-up sexy, yet understated.

Diane was joined on the front row by fellow Hollywood stars Emma Stone and Amy Adams. Emma looked colourful in a coral shift dress which she teamed with bright yellow heels. The star matched her lipstick to her frock and kept her light locks naturally wavy for the coveted fashion event.

Emma completed the pretty look with a beige clutch bag.

Amy looked chic and sophisticated in a below-the-knee white dress which featured a high neckline and ruching around the waist area. The red-headed star paired the elegant look with plain black heels and wore her long hair poker straight.

All three stylish stars sat side by side at the Klein show and were pictured catching up as they waited for the runway show to start.

Jessica Alba and Olivia Wilde were front row at Ralph Lauren on the final day of New York Fashion Week.

Olivia showed off her tiny waist in an orange 50s-style Vermillion frock, which she teamed with a patent black belt and matching sky-scraper heels. She finished off the look with a clashing bright yellow clutch and black sunglasses as she headed inside to watch the catwalk offering.

Jessica Alba also impressed onlookers in a yellow plaid skirt which she paired with a tight-fitting black T-shirt. The brunette beauty scraper her hair from her face in a high ponytail and accessorised with a black clutch and matching heels.

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