New York Fashion Week animals spotted in front rows and beyond

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Spotting a celebrity in the front row of a New York Fashion Week show is exciting. Spotting a dog is even better. Ask any animal lover.

Models, celebrities, designers and bloggers have taken over NYC, but these photos prove the real fashionistas are the pups.

You won't just find any dog sitting front-row
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You won't just find any dog sitting front-row during NYFW. You'll find famous ones. Instagram star Tinkerbelle was spotted at the Rookie USA runway show on Sept. 8, 2016, at Skylight, Moynihan Station in midtown.

Kelly Osbourne sits with her dog Polly in
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Kelly Osbourne sits with her dog Polly in the front row of the Francesca Liberatore show on Sept. 8, 2016, at The Dock, Skylight at Moynihan Station in midtown.

Actress Parker Posey, who's known for bringing her
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Actress Parker Posey, who's known for bringing her dog pretty much everywhere, sat front row with her pup on her lap at the Rachel Comey show on Sept. 7, 2016, in Manhattan. The dog casually sat next to "Orange is the New Black" star Taylor Schilling and Rashida Jones like it was no big deal.

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Cashmere the dog with owner Annie M. Wyatt
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Cashmere the dog with owner Annie M. Wyatt watched the Zimmermann runway show from the front row at Metropolitan Pavilion West on Sept. 9, 2016.

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