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LA’s Regal Runway Show

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Christian Audigier unveiled his Spring 2009 Collection at LA's Mercedes Benz Fashion Week, and who better to have at his aristocracy-themed show than teen queen Miley Cyrus and runway royal Heidi Klum?

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Miley Cyrus and her mother Leticia enjoy their front-row view of the show … and the models. - Michael Buckner/Getty …


 
Audigier is probably best known for his ubiquitous Ed Hardy vintage tattoo wear, and counts Britney Spears among his biggest celebrity clients.
 
But his newest collection, American Lord, is more chic and street. The line merges two distinct attitudes: the formality of nobility and the anti-establishment subculture.
 
Playing off the theme of aristocracy, female models strutted down the runway in tiaras and Union Jack-emblazoned prints, while the male models wore top hats and deconstructed jackets. Plaid was everywhere, not just on scarves. Leggings, boots, and skirts all featured the classic pattern. 
 

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Plaid was everywhere: on scarves, skirts, and leggings. - Frazer Harrison/Getty Images


 
We wouldn't be surprised if Miley starts sporting this look. But we think that the 15-year-old was more interested in the male models -- her 20-year-old beau Justin Gaston in particular.
 

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Miley’s 20-year-old beau Justin Gaston strutted his stuff in a black suit. - Frazer Harrison/Getty Images


 
Heidi Klum looked on approvingly as models made their way down the grass-covered catwalk, which was flanked by Royal Guards. For the supermodel to appear at the show on the same night of the "Project Runway" finale showed just how much she supports Audigier and his work.
 

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Heidi Klum was off her judging duties for the night. - Michael Buckner/Getty Images


 
No one looked more pleased than Audigier himself, but we can't help but think he was asking himself, "Where's Britney?"

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Christian Audigier unveiled his American Lord collection, which explores “the rigidity of aristocratic society …

 

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