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Star watch at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week

Thursday, New York attracted a slew of celebrities -- especially at Fashion's Night Out events held throughout the city.

NBA player Tyson Chandler, R&B singer Olivia from "Love & Hip Hop," and stylist June Ambrose with her daughter all front row at Arise Magazine Presents "African Icons."

Actor Bradley Cooper and NFL star Victor Cruz were spotted seated front row at Tommy Hilfiger.

Later in the evening, "It girl" rapper Azealia Banks rocked the house during her performance at MAC's Soho store.

American icon designer Michael Kors signed flip-flops for throngs of fans at Macy's flagship store during Fashion's Night Out. A few floors up, Albie Manzo from "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" was promoting a new bottled water called "Blk." True to it's name, the water is dark black but doesn't taste any different from regular water.

Top designer Oscar de la Renta was spotted at Saks.

Anna Wintour seemed to be everywhere during Fashion's Night Out. She stopped at Calvin Klein. She was at Bergdorf Goodman with Victoria Beckham and Rachel Zoe and her husband, Rodger Berman. 

Karen Garalde, a Baltimore-based designer said she was able to meet the fashionable foursome while standing in line at the iconic store. "It was amazing they were really nice," Garalde said. "Rodger was really cool."

But what about the clothes?

"Rachel Zoe was wearing a long-sleeve blue jumpsuit," Garalde says. "Victoria wore an orange dress! It's unusual because she is always in black. Anna was very polished in a cream Chanel blazer with a dress suit. There was not one piece of hair sticking out."

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