Truman Capote wrote of legendary socialite, Babe Pailey; ”Mrs. P. had only one fault: She was perfect; otherwise, she was perfect.” We feel the same way about Palermo, who, even when plagued by jetlag and fashion show burnout, strikes a pose with nary a hair out of place. Bask in her sartorial greatness (and shop her looks), here.
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Palermo started New York Fashion Week on a boho note, stepping out for the BCBG show in a breezy dress and blouse by the label, along with a Lulu Frost Solar Panel Necklace ($264), Aquazzura Sexy Thing Cut Out Suede Heels ($475), a Gerard Darel crochet bag, and her trademark Ray-Ban sunglasses (which, alas, are sold out).
At Peter Som, Palermo wore a Tibi Zebra Maze Sleeveless Top ($325) and Skirt ($325), Aquazzura Sexy Thing Suede Cutout Sandals ($495), a sweater by The Kooples, a Rachel Zoe Natalia Double-Breasted Dress ($173) unbuttoned over the whole look, and a vintage Hermes clutch.
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Later that week, she cruised by the Rachel Zoe show in a Tibi blouse, Scanlan & Theodore skirt, Westward Leaning N 9.2. Sunglasses ($165), Truth or Dare by Madonna shoes, and a Smythson Cooper Top Zip iPad Clutch ($469).
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Then it was off to London where the pretty brunette was spotted looking all the prettier in pink—a Reiss Laurel Oak Blazer ($425) and Stretch Leather Leggings ($935), to be precise—at the Anya Hindmarch show.
For the British Vogue dinner at Balthazar, Palermo added playful elements to her elegant black dress with a Charlotte Simone Popsicle Scarf ($483), RAFE New York Lizelle Minaudiere ($495), and Jimmy Choo Dream Rope-Tie Elaphe Sandals, which are sadly sold out.
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She was later seen at the Veronique Leroy show in the same Nina Ricci jacket, which she paired with a Susan Woo blouse, AG Legging Ankle Jeans ($225), Aquazzura Beverly Hill Suede Cut Out Lace Up Shoes ($745, available in black), and sold-out Westward Leaning Sleeping Beauty Sunglasses.
Enjoying a well-earned date night with her beau at Parisian eatery, Orient Extreme, she wore a Chloe Polka-Dot Layered Tulle Skirt ($3,606) and Manolo Blahnik pumps.
At Andrew Gn, Palermo injected color into her otherwise monochrome outfit by the designer with Aquazurra Belgravia 105 Lace Up Pointy Pumps ($725) and a two-tone clutch.
In homage to the Chloe show, Palermo donned the label from head-to-toe. Her ‘70s-centric look included a Sheer Dot-Panel Blouse ($1795) and Python Back Zip Knee Boots ($2,750, available in store).