Cate Blanchett, Naomi Campbell and More Hit the Front Row at the Burberry Show

Some of the world’s most famous faces were spotted attending Riccardo Tisci’s Burberry fall 2020 show Monday during London Fashion Week.

Cate Blanchett, for one, hit the front row in a sleek all-black look from head to toe. The 50-year-old Aussie actress wore a semi-sheer black turtleneck underneath a black knee-length coat featuring a chain belt at the waist, classic black trousers and a pair of leather pointed-toe pumps.

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Cate Blanchett wearing an all-black outfit at the Burberry fall 2020 show.
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Meanwhile, supermodel Naomi Campbell, who hit the runway in athleticwear for Tommy Hilfiger’s show yesterday, was snapped arriving in a clear PVC trench coat with black and white trim. The 49-year-old also wore black pants and showed off a red pedicure in black leather peep-toe high-heel booties.

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Naomi Campbell outside the Burberry fall 2020 show on Feb 17.
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Fellow model Winnie Harlow posed for photographs before the show sporting a bold look consisting of a creamy off-the-shoulder top and high-waisted pants in the same tone, featuring tan leather from the upper thigh down. The 25-year-old also wore pointed tan leather lace-up booties with an unusual heel.

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Winnie Harlow sporting a bold look in the front row at Burberry.
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Flip through the gallery to check out the full Burberry fall 2020 collection.

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