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New York Fashion Week Spring 2013: Jessica Alba Tweets From the Front Row at Ralph Lauren

The fashion-loving actress, who sat with her stylist Brad Goreski, posted photos of her favorite runway looks from the designer's spring collection.

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Jessica Alba made her first (and only) front row appearance for Ralph Lauren’s Spanish matador-themed presentation at New York fashion week. She wore a black cap-sleeve ballet scoop neck top, plaid skirt, envelope clutch with lime piping and gold chain jewels by Ralph Lauren Collection.

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During the show, the actress, who sat with stylist Brad Goreski, posted Instagram photos of a few of her top picks on Twitter. Alba captioned a photo of Lauren’s Flamenco hat and multi-colored serape-wearing model: "Love this look." She was also a fan of the designer’s off-the-shoulder serape top and a black laser-cut scroll leather bag that was paired with a beautiful ruffled floral chiffon gown. "I love the Spanish flavor — very classic Ralph, but with a twist. All the silhouettes were amazing and super feminine," Alba told THR.

Lauren additionally showcased gaucho pants, beaded boleros, suede poet blouses and fringe bags. There were some lovely satin beaded and tulle embroidered black evening gowns towards the end of the show.

Other notable guests included Olivia Wilde (looking gorgeous in a belted tangerine Ralph Lauren Collection dress) and Olympic gold medalist swimmers Ryan Lochte and Conor Dwyer.

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Pre-show, Alba posted a cute photo of herself and Goreski on their way to the presentation at the Skylight Soho gallery space downtown. “Can’t wait to see the Ralph Lauren show,” she tweeted. 

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