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See Joss Stone Rock Tommy Hilfiger's Fashion's Night Out Extravaganza!

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Sep. 9 2011, Published 6:16 a.m. ET

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Iconic fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger kicked off Spring 2012 NYC Fashion Week with fabulous Fashion's Night Out celebrations Thursday night. Joss Stone and recording artist Theophilus London joined Tommy for the evening's fabulous festivities — first at a Macy's concert followed by another performance at the Tommy Fifth Avenue flagship store. 

After meeting their fans for an in-store autograph-signing session, Joss — a member of Mick Jagger's new band SuperHeavy — took the stage as hundreds of New Yorkers took in FNO sights at the free outdoor concert on Broadway.

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"He's not just good at what he does but he's been good at what he does consistently," the Grammy Award-winning British soul singer said of the iconic designer, as she proudly wore two dresses from his signature collection.

At the Tommy Hilfiger flagship store on Fifth Avenue, rapper Theophilus London performed for the throngs of fashionistas in attendance. And in addition to the Tommy FNO celebrations in NYC, Tommy stores in Miami Beach and Aventura, Fla., also kicked out the jams for FNO, with DJs, dancing and assorted festivities!

"It's very exciting," Tommy shared. "People are coming out of the woodwork, from all over the country. Every store is buzzing. It's shopping night galore."

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Catch all the action in the YouTube clip, via Bader TV, below!

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