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Vanessa Hudgens & Chace Crawford Front Row at Diesel Black Gold

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Following suit with their Spring 2011 show, this year's Diesel Black Gold runway show didn't include a stitch of denim—if they did, we missed it amongst all the leather. Looks included leather pants, leather jackets, leather corsets, etc., in every neutral imaginable (burgundy even made a head-to-toe appearance), with some random cable knits, off-white chords and one or two silk pieces thrown in for good measure. Models with wet bed heads stomped out to opening music that sounded something like the score from Inception, only quickly to turn into bass thumping house music. Hey, this is Diesel.

Even though the show was all the way at the end of the earth—Pier 94 on the West Side Highway—that didn't stop celebs from finding their front row seats. Chace Crawford sat (scandalously!) sandwiched in between Vanessa Hudgens (with a henna hand) and Paz de la Huerta, along with Wyclef Jean, Keri Hilson, and Petra Nemcova. And of course, ubiquitous bloggers Rumi Neely, Bryanboy (in a relatively tame outfit), and Susie Bubble weren't too far away, either. — Tiffany Yannetta

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· All Fashion Week Coverage [Racked]
· Diesel Black Gold [Official Site]