Carolina Herrera and Marc Jacobs have virtually banned celebrities from their front rows.
But when it comes to labels such as Miss Sixty and Rock & Republic, it seems like the more A, B and even C-list stars they can get, the merrier.
We tapped industry insiders to break down the cost of putting of celebrity in your front row by class of star.
A-List Rihanna ($100,000 or more) Beyonce ($80,000-$100,000) Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen ($80,000 each) Julianne Moore ($60,000) Maggie Gyllanhal ($60,000) Chloe Sevigny ($60,000 or more) Jennifer Lopez (circa 2005: $80,000; circa 2010: $30,000) Lindsay Lohan (circa 2006: $60,000; circa 2010; UNINVITED) Colin Firth (pre-A Single Man: $5,000; post-A Single Man: $15,000)
B-List Blake Lively ($50,000) Leighton Meester ($40,000) Hillary Duff ($40,000) Other Gossip Girl cast members ($25,000 a piece) Jared Leto ($25,000) Cliven Owen ($10,000) Kristen Bell (unpaid, but airfare, makeup and clothing are taken care of)
C-List Kim Kardashian ($35,000-$50,000) Amanda Bynes ($25,000-$30,000) Eliza Dushku (unpaid, but airfare, makeup and clothing are taken care of)
D-List Paris Hilton (free or UNINVITED) Jersey Shore cast (UNINVITED) America's Next Top Model Winners (free)