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Carrie Underwood keeps it classic for New York Fashion Week

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Carrie Underwood at New York Fashion Week

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Carrie Underwood looked stunning at the Rebecca Minkoff show during Mercendez Benz Fashion Week on Friday, February 7 at the Lincoln Theater in a classic little black dress.

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The 6 time Grammy award winner wore a short, black dress with white patterned sleeves, sexy red booties and carried a white clutch bag. The country singer's hair was long, blonde and curly with beautiful silver earrings and small rings.

Carrie loves fashion and reportedly said she would "come in [New York Fashion Week] for the day and go along for the ride," since she does not get to attend the runway shows that often according to Newsok.

Underwood also did a wardrobe change and attended the Peter Som Fall 2014 show in a sleeveless powdered pink dress with gold studded shoulders designed by Ted Baker and silver open toe shoes.

Carrie sat front row at each show and the singer looked amazingly fresh and sweet.

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