Celebrity Sightings At New York Fashion Week

More fashion week coverage

(Jemal Countess / Getty Images /September 8, 2013) By Alice Short September 10, 2013, 6:37 p.m. Is the celebrity quotient up or down at the current round of runway shows at New York Fashion Week? No ones keeping score, but its hard to find coverage that doesnt mention big names in the front row. Times Fashion Critic Booth Moore and staff writer Adam Tschorn have reported a number of sightings, as have other media outlets. Consider: At Tommy Hilfiger , guests of note included Anthony Kiedis, Vogue’s Anna Wintour and Tommy Mottola. Kanye West , Solange Knowles, Courtney Love and Kerry Washington showed up at Alexander Wang . At Opening Ceremony, the mix of big names was truly eclectic: Rihanna, Justin Bieber , Jason Schwartzman, Rashida Jones,Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook and filmmaker Baz Luhrmann. Barbara Walters, Diane Sawyer, Allison Williams, Jessica Alba and Bella Thorne made the scene at Diane von Furstenberg . At Carolina Herrera , celebrity guests included Uma Thurman, Christina Ricci, Ne-Yo , Christina Hendricks and Michelle Dockery. The Monique Lhuillier show pulled in Maggie Grace, Jena Malone, Emmy Rossum and Stacy Keibler. Sadly, we are not reading many reports of bad behavior, so well have to make do with photos of beautiful people looking at beautiful clothing Also

Celebrity Super Spa: Is it the most desperate reality show ever?

And I’ll probably watch it all over again tonight (September 13) when it airs on Channel 5. Firstly, because I’m a glutton for terrible television. Secondly, because I’m fairly convinced it may be the most desperate celebrity reality show ever concieved. Even by Channel 5’s late night standards, this is awful. It makes The Bachelor look like The Sopranos. So where does the show fit in the history of degrading and embarrassing celebrity reality shows? Reality Bites looks back at some of the lowest ever moments in TV history, which are so bad Splash! doesn’t even make it on the list. The Farm – 2004-5 on Channel 5 Flavor Flav and Orville the Duck living together on a farm. Rebecca Loos pleasuring animals. Paul Daniels having heated debates with Vanilla Ice about US foreign policy. No, it wasn’t a really weird dream.