Adam Lambert Goes Grey At Fashion Week

Kelly Osbourne isn’t waving the grey hair flag alone anymore. Adam Lamberthas been stepping out all over New York City’s Fashion Week and showing off his newly grey locks.

He sat front row on Tuesday, September 11 at Falguni & Shane Peacock. The husband and wife design team are known for their glamorous and unique styles, including a signature use of feathers and prints. In their fashion week bio, the designers say, “We love the idea of elegance and intricacy, whether it is in a scarf or an haute couture garment. Our sensibility, combined with a touch of high octane glamour and our devotion to rock and roll – the transition from chic to edgy, combined with a slightly wicked charm makes our clothes perfect for a rock and roll superstar.”

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(Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week)

That same day but of course in a different outfit, Lambert also sat front row (and only a few seats down) from The Blonds. This is not his first Blonds show — he’s sat front row for the design duo for several Fashion Weeks in years past. They’re an especially rockstar friendly house, having supplied stage outfits to Lady Gaga, Miley Cyrus, Beyonce, Jennifer Lopez, Katy Perry and most recently designing the collectable Diamond Barbie.

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(Fernando Leon/Getty Images)

-Courtney E. Smith, CBS Local


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