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Necar Zadegan at Tadashi Shoji; Oh Land shows off her baby bump at Yigal Azrouël

Actress Necar Zadegan backstage at the Tadashi Shoji

Actress Necar Zadegan backstage at the Tadashi Shoji Fall 2016 fashion show at New York Fashion Week on Friday, February 12, 2016 in New York City. Credit: Getty Images for NYFW: The Shows / Astrid Stawiarz

You’d think that Necar Zadegan, who plays Delia, the cutthroat divorce attorney-fashionista on the Bravo hit “The Girlfriend’s Guide to Divorce,” would want to keep all those gorgeous clothes she wears on the show. But no.

“It’s all about the storytelling,” she said at Tadashi Shoji’s show on Saturday at New York Fashion Week, where she sat, wearing a fedora (“I’m a hat girl until the day I die,” she said) and one of the designer’s printed dresses.

She said she wears plenty of Hervé Léger, Altuzarra and Gucci on the show and collaborates closely with costume designer Cynthia Summers, but “you have to remember, I’m an actress, not an attorney, in real life.” The clothes tell the tale of what’s going on in Delia’s life, like a conservative wedding dress that reflected the fact that “Delia’s caught in a storm,” she said. On a regular day, you’re likely to find the statuesque Zadegan in black jeans, a T-shirt and definitely boots from basic old Fryes to sexy, high-heeled jobs. Oh, yeah, and “I like Valentino, too,” she said.

‘Turn to the side’

Danish singer (and mom-to-be) Oh Land was showing off her baby bump at the Yigal Azrouël show on Friday, as paparazzi kept asking her to “turn to the side” for profile shots.

“It’s a little weird, but I don’t mind,” she said, laughing. Much harder, she says, is finding decent maternity clothes to wear. “You can’t find anything that isn’t black and loose. I like vibrant colors and edgier stuff, you know?”

Land (real name: Nanna Øland Fabricius), who sat chatting with model and DJ Alexandra Richards (daughter of Keith), had to forego colors for a black lace dress atop a Lazy Oaf shirt with a Peter Pan collar blaring the words “Dead” on one side, “Friendly” on the other. Well . . . at least she got the edgy right.— Joseph V. Amodio

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