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Celebrities Front Row at Tory Burch Fall 2024 Ready-to-Wear: Uma Thurman, Natasha Lyonne and More

Tory Burch brought her fall 2024 show to the New York Public Library on Monday night, and with it came the stars.

Uma Thurman, Awkwafina, Natasha Lyonne, AnnaSophia Robb, Kathryn Newton, Dominique Thorne, Girl in Red and Geraldine Viswanathan were all in attendance, dressed in their Tory Burch finest front row.

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“I’m actually wearing almost exactly what [Tory is] wearing, but a little more cropped [pant],” Thurman said of her look for the night. “And then this amazing, cool, silver jacket she made for the show. It’s so cool. I don’t know, she’s chic-ing it out.”

Thurman was at Burch’s show in September as well, and considers the designer a friend, as well as a fashion inspiration.

“I like the simplicity. I like the color. I like that she does whatever the hell she wants,” she said of Burch. “Do you know what I mean? She’s not limited. She’s very open, and she’s a wonderful person and a wonderful mom. I just admire her from the bottom of my heart.”

Thurman also finds fashion inspiration from her 11-year-old daughter, Luna.

“She’s the most interesting right now. She’s just mixing it up,” Thurman said. “And she can still do the crop top, you know what I mean?”

On Tuesday, Thurman will host a dinner with Tod’s, which, of course, will be in the midst of New York’s snow storm.

“I think we’ll have a major shoe issue. I need to reach out,” she said.

Elsewhere, Newton was giving her white printed minidress a twirl. The “Lisa Frankenstein” star said things have been “really fun” since the film came out on Friday.

“We actually surprised an audience and we went on opening night, Cole [Sprouse] and I and the director, Zelda [Williams] and [writer] Diablo [Cody], and it was unbelievable. It felt like the magic of movies, where you have fun with the audience,” she said.

The movie, which is set in the ’80s, gave Newton plenty of fashion inspiration.

“I think I want to be in the ’80s and just haven’t accepted it yet. But I think I perpetually am in the ’80s because of my playlists on Spotify,” she said. “‘Lips Like Sugar’ by Echo the Bunny Man. Simple Minds. Tears for Fears.”

Launch Gallery: Celebrities Front Row at Tory Burch Fall 2024 Ready-to-Wear Show Photos

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