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Vogue‘s Fashion Night Out Draws In Celebrities On Both Coasts

Celebrities At Vogue's Fashion Night Out, New York, L.A

Everyone looks forward to the grand retail extravaganza that is Vogue‘s Fashion Night Out. Held in approximately 19 countries across a week, the U.S — due to Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour‘s dictact — has their big night on the first day of Fashion Week. It’s a smart move because everyone’s in New York then, and those celebrities who don’t need to be there on day one, can enjoy FNO in L.A, the other fashion capital of the country. That’s both coasts taken care of! Hundreds of stores and designers providing special gifts with purchase and exclusive FNO merchandise, discounts and deals. NYC was swarming with stars yesterday for FNO special apperances. AnnaSophia Robb was Fekkai Mademoiselle, Nikki Reed and Kate Upton were at Michael Kors. Nikki looks super hot in a golden sequined dress, FYI. She was the best-dressed of the night! Kellan Lutz, Pharrell Williams and Matchbox 20 were at Bloomingdales. Allison Williams was at the DVF store, while Alexa Chung was at Moschino. Victoria Beckham and Kim Kardashian made the rounds too, of course. Kim’s little sisters, Kylie and Kendall Jenner, and her mother Kris Jenner were at the Beverly Center in L.A. along with Lucy Hale and Kendra Wilkinson, as well. Want to take a look at how glam everyone was? Head on over to our gallery!

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Why We’ll Miss America’s Next Top Model‘s J. Alexander, Jay Manuel And Nigel Barker

After 18 cycles, Tyra Bank’s America’s Next Top Model is still going strong. But it appears that she doesn’t think co-stars J. Alexander, Jay Manuel, and Nigel Barker — who have been on since ANTM began in 2003 — are necessary to the show’s staying power. Yesterday, they were told their contracts would not be renewed for the 19th season, according to the New York Post.

Well, even if Tyra doesn’t, we sure will miss these three. J. Alexander was the fabulous runway diva coach extraordinaire who helped the contestants perfect their walk on the runway while showing off his own lovely legs. For a few seasons, Miss J also held a spot at panel, where he often stole the show with some outlandish getups, until he was replaced by Andre Leon Talley in 2010. Jay Manuel served as the creative director on all photo shoots and never hesitated to offer his opinions while never mussing his perfectly coiffed, silver ‘do. And they’re going to need some serious male eye candy to replace “noted fashion photographer” Nigel Barker. Just who will tell the girls like it is while turning their knees to jelly with a single glare?

Let’s look back at all the ways we’ll miss this fashionable trio and then vote on which one you’ll miss the most.

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