Christopher Kane's Ultra-Fab Front Row, Featuring Alexa Chung, Salma Hayek and More

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Honestly, is there any cooler brand than Christopher Kane? The galaxy dress Carey Mulligan wore back in 2010 to the Toronto International Film Festival is still one of my favorite red carpet ensembles, ever (and the similarly-printed dresses Anne Hathaway and Rosamund Pike wore are pretty high up there too), plus there was his amazing collaboration with Topshop, and that time Elle Fanning wore one of his designs at Comic-Con... basically the designer can do no wrong in my book — and the supremely well-dressed celebrities at Christopher Kane's front row at London Fashion Week only confirms the fact.

Yup, his front row may not have been quite as star studded as Burberry's (where a head-to-toe Burberry/ultra-fashionable Cara Delevingne exchanged contact information with Sam Smith), but that doesn't mean it wasn't still one of the most fashionable front rows in town. There was Alexa Chung in a futuristic black and white sweater (paired with an even more futuristic — very  Blade Runner , in fact — leather pencil skirt), Daisy Lowe in a very mod, very pink jacket, Salma Hayek (who's the new face of Pomellato, I might add) looking as fab as ever in a colorblocked bodycon sheath dress — and more! Let's take a look:

Salma Hayek

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Extra points for the color-coordinated purse and fishnets.

Daisy Lowe

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THAT COAT.

Pixie Geldof

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THOSE SHOES.

Noomi Rapace

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THAT... unfortunate setting powder situation. Still, makeup mishaps aside, she is rocking that fedora.

Alexa Chung

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Awesomest skirt ever, right?

Lady Edith!

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Ms. Laura Carmichael here can bring it!

An altogether pretty fab turn out, no?

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