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The world-famous fashionista has been a fashion show front row staple for decades. And, it was always a bonus when the star toted a four-legged friend along.
It's not every day the princess of pop made it to a fashion show, but when she did, it was a front row highlight.
Before they were designers themselves, the twin sisters were front row mainstays at fashion week. And, as is the benefit of visuals, their stylings and Mandy Moore's pixie cut transport us right back to 2004.
Back in 2011, the fashion world was astir when then-breakout star Nicki Minaj was seated next to Anna Wintour at Carolina Herrera's show, making for a visual contrast that sparked headlines.
It doesn't get more New York Fashion Week than famed New York City gal Sarah Jessica Parker taking in the show (and whatever was happening with Valentino Garavani) alongside Andy Cohen.
The front row is not only the place to see and be seen, but to also spot the significant others, like at Diane Von Furstenberg's 2016 show. There, The Weeknd watched from the sidelines as his then-girlfriend Bella Hadid strutted on the catwalk.
Fashion enthusiasts can always count on some designer's eclectic group of celebrity friends and muses to keep things interesting. After all, it's not every day you get to see Cardi B and Molly Shannon in the same vicinity.
The magic of the front row is that you can always be surprised by who has a seat, like that time in February 2018 when Britain's very own monarch showed up to Richard Quinn's show during London Fashion Week.
The front row doesn't exclude A-list tots, like Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's fashionista firstborn North West. As an infant, the famous youngster had already established front-row status.
In 2018, Cardi B was seated next to Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour at Alexander Wang's show, a major honor for any breakout style star.