Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Kyle Richards just made her debut at New York Fashion Week with her new brand Kyle & Shahida, co-designed by Shahida Clayton, and Richards’ RHOBH co-stars were on hand to help her out. No, the ladies were not in the front row to show their support, the entire cast strutted their stuff on the runway to help show off Richards’ collection.
The crowd went wild for Erika Jayne, Lisa Rinna, Dorit Kemsley, Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave, and Denise Richards as they showed off Kyle’s new line that featured her signature caftans, contemporary resort wear, jumpsuits, and dresses for both day and evening.
Kemsley walked in Femmes Sans Peur heels while wearing a black tube top with a blazer and red pants, Jayne wore a tunic with flowy red pants, and Denise Richards wore a black bodysuit with black pants and a floral robe.
Rinna and Arroyave ditched the pants and just wore bodysuits with floral robes and heels, and they both looked incredible.
“As a longtime fan of Shahida, I am beyond thrilled to be collaborating with her on our new line Kyle and Shahida,” Richards said in a press release. “Our collection of chic ready-to-wear is beautiful, luxurious, flattering and comfortable. Our prints are inspired by our travels and love of animals and nature.”
The show featured models of all ages – from millennials to baby boomers – and in addition to the RHOBH cast, Kyle’s daughters Sophia Umansky, 19, and Alexia Umansky, 23, also walked the runway in various styles. Sophia wore a gold ruffled top with a gold and white tiered floor-length skirt, and Alexia rocked a hot pink tiered maxi dress.
Kyle’s famous nieces – Paris Hilton and Nicky Hilton Rothschild – were in the crowd to support their aunt, as well her nephew Barron Hilton and his wife, Tessa. Also sitting in the front row was newly announced RHOBH cast member Garcelle Beauvais, who will be replacing Lisa Vanderpump this season along with party planner Sutton Stracke.
Of course, Bravo cameras captured the entire event, so fans will get the chance to see it all during the upcoming season of Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills, which should premiere sometime in early 2020.