Kate Bosworth looked pretty in pink at the Calvin Klein Collection New York Fashion Week show on Thursday night. The Superman Returns actress attended the launch of Raf Simons' spring/summer 2018 collection for the American fashion house, with models parading the runway including newcomers Kaia Gerber, Line Kjaergaard and Remington Williams.
Perched on the front row, Kate appeared as if she could take to the runway herself in a pink shirt with white floral pattern and matching trousers. She accessorised with a bright pink snakeskin clutch purse and clear PVC high heel shoes.
The 34-year-old was joined by her director husband Michael Polish, but they weren't the only celebrities in attendance. Lupita Nyong'o was spotted wearing a pretty white top with jeans, and chose to match her attire with bold turquoise jewellery. The Oscar-winning actress was sat next to Mahershala Ali and Jake Gyllenhaal, who both wore casual ensembles.
Meanwhile, Paris Jackson rocked her usual bohemian style, opting for a floral red skirt, white top with plunging neckline to show off her new chest tattoo and unlaced Converse sneakers. Paris was seen cuddling up to pal Millie Bobby Brown, 13, who sported a simple white ruched minidress and black pumps, as well as a gold-coloured fake lip ring.
Christina Ricci stood out from the crowd in a dark red dress with black buttons and red trim on the pockets, and like Kate, also wore PVC pumps.
Karlie Kloss also took in the presentation, and looked gorgeous in a full-on black ensemble which highlighted her platinum blonde hair. And prior to the show, the model uploaded a message to Instagram reflecting on her long association with the brand.
"It's hard to believe that 10 years ago this week, I came to NYC for my very first NYFW. After that 20-minute runway show, my life changed," she captioned a runway shot. "I couldn't have fathomed the next 10 years of adventures that were to come, it has far exceeded my wildest dreams. I am eternally grateful to @calvinklein for giving me my first chance, I will never forget it."