Her hubby Kanye was, however, in attendance, and was spotted chatting to new pal - and Stella's dad - Sir Paul McCartney, who watched with his wife Nancy.
Other stars at the show included Cara Delevingne and her sister Poppy, Mark Ronson, actor Woody Harrelson (what?), and photographer Mario Testino.
And it wasn't just the front row that was stellar - the collection was a lesson in chic femininity with the odd flash of 70s disco diva.
Waists were cinched in with belts, or given a boost with bustier corsets, while comfy was also chic with stunning oversized sweater dresses with just a hint of flesh, a shoulder here, a décolletage there.
Then there was the enormous Yeti-style coats in the 'Fur-Free Fur' section, which proved faux is fashionable and real is unnecessary.
While Stella's androgynous aesthetic was in evidence with oversized suits and tailored coats, metallic embroidery and panels on skirts and dresses, along with some kick-ass flares, ensured a 70s nod in a wonderfully wearable collection.
See highlights from Stella's new collection in our gallery below: