Here’s the New York Times with the report of Tom Ford’s first women’s show in six years, which featured Beyoncé Knowles, Julianne Moore, Daphne Guinness and more:

The morning after the show, editors who had been among the 100 invited guests looked at one another and, with a little shake of the head, smiled and said, “That was amazing, wasn’t it?” When Mr. Ford introduced “Miss Beyoncé Knowles,” I admit it didn’t quite register that it was her, in a smashing dress of gold and silver embroidered on black net. By then, the editors were grinning like idiots, and Terry Richardson, the only photographer permitted to take pictures, was jumping out of his seat and snapping as sweat poured off his face. And that was just the beginning of the train of 32 models, each as individual as she could be. There were Rita Wilson, Rachel Feinstein in a blood-orange shredded tulle shrug, Marisa Berenson, Daphne Guinness, Lisa Eisner in a fitted black dress with a ’20s feather headpiece, Lou Doillon, Julianne Moore in a silk fringe dress, as well as many supermodels, including Joan Smalls, Liya Kebede, Amber Valletta in a leopard-print pantsuit, Daria Werbowy and Stella Tennant. – from NYTimes