Late for NYFW

 

Jared Leto stole the show at Jeremy Scott yesterday.

The 30 Seconds to Mars frontman took his front row seat at his designer friend’s New York Fashion Week show 35 minutes after the scheduled starting time.

Rather than sit down quietly to take in the Fall/Winter 14 line, Jared stood up and announced enthusiastically: “My apologies! You all look lovely!”

The Dallas Buyers Club star then enjoyed his friend’s presentation dressed in a dark parka with fur trim and left his long ombré locks down.

Speaking to nytimes.com, the 42-year-old described Jeremy’s show as “the only one” for him.

He also praised the designer for all the time and effort he’d put in.

“He’s a wonderful artist. I’m happy to come and celebrate all the hard work that he did,” he smiled.

Jared moves in both the music and film circuits and also seemed to slot in well with the fashion crowd.

He has a lot of respect for the job people like Jeremy are doing.

“They are obviously artists at work as there are in any field. It’s exciting and fun to see all of the hard work and to celebrate it… I think that’s wonderful,” he gushed to WWD.

Jared wasn’t the only A-lister taking in the fashion shows yesterday.

Pitch Perfect actress Anna Kendrick has been sitting front row for several presentations and took her place again at the Marchesa show.

She looked glamorous in a long black coat, red lacy dress and scarlet heels, but the star is beginning to tire of the process.

“I’ll never be warm,” she shivered to WWD. “I said I was going to go big or go home because I’ve never done fashion week before, and holy c**p. I’m so glad that I did it, but next season I’m going to be a little more selective.”

Also joining Anna to take in the Marchesa Fall/Winter 14 line was Katie Holmes, who looked stunning in a deep crimson lace dress with nude heels.

Tyra Banks also attended, wearing a navy lace dress with puff sleeves and black shoes.

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