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Famous friends support Stella McCartney at new presentation
Fashion designer Stella McCartney called upon her famous friends to help her celebrate the unveiling of her new collection on Thursday night.
Models Cara Delevingne, Jourdan Dunn and Helena Christensen were on hand to support Stella at her Spring 2015 Presentation at the Elizabeth Street Gardens in New York, along with actresses Amber Heard, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Liv Tyler.
Cara was stunning in a printed silk jumpsuit that featured a plunging neckline. The model of the moment posed up a storm with best friend Jourdan at the garden party.
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Maggie Gyllenhaal, Liv Tyler, Stella McCartney, Amber Heard and Cara Delevingne
Stella herself was also resplendent in a jumpsuit buttoned to the neck. Actress Maggie, meanwhile, wore a houndstooth printed maxidress with a drop waistline.
Taking a more short and sweet approach was Amber and Liv. Amber showed off her toned pins in a red draped minidress, while Liv wore a beige minidress paired with a white oversized blazer.
Cara and Stella have struck up quite the working relationship. Stella took Cara as her guest to the Met Ball earlier this year.
Cara posed with Stella and her model BFF Jourdan Dunn
The 21-year-old wore a white cutout crop top and black satin cigarette pants with white heels. Also wearing Stella McCartney were Rihanna and Reese Witherspoon.
Rihanna wore a sequinned white crop top and a matching maxi skirt while Reese wore a long fuschia pink ballgown.
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