Bella Hadid, Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell Suit Up At Paris Fashion Week
The fashionable crew were out in force for designer Kim Jones' debut.
With all the buzz surrounding Kim Jones' highly anticipated Dior Homme debut it's no surprise a few of the designer's A-list celeb friends should appear in the front row -- after all, he has a few... including Kim K and Kanye.
The British-born designer, who made his debut in Paris on Saturday as artistic director for the recently re-branded menswear label, Dior Homme, invited many of his glitterati friends to the inaugural show.
Among the celebrity-filled front row were supermodels Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell both decked out in Dior. Along with Bella Hadid, who rocked a slouchy acid yellow pantsuit -- one of the hottest shades of the moment -- paired with matching eye-wateringly bright manicure and chic sporty sneakers.
Other famous faces in attendance included Victoria Beckham, Kim Kardashian, A$AP Rocky, Lenny Kravitz, Joe Jonas, Virgil Abloh, Robert Pattinson, Kelley Osbourne and British singer Rita Ora.
Jones' Dior Homme debut also featured a fashionable first of another kind. Making his modelling debut was Prince Nikolai of Denmark, the 18-year-old nephew of Crown Prince Frederik and Australian-born Princess Mary.
Satorially speaking the show was filled with references of vintage Dior -- including a bee motif, a fabric intended to replicate the upholstery in the former studio of founder Christian Dior, and a rose pattern honouring Dior’s flower of choice.
“The collection is really based on Mr Dior’s personal life,” Jones told The Guardian at a preview in the Rue Marignan atelier. “It is the idea of looking at different parts of his life."
Jones, who is a graduate of London's illustrious Central Saint Martins, has been a prominent figure in the fashion scene since his teens and has previously held senior artistic designer roles at Dunhill and Louis Vuitton.
So it's fair to say the designer is a bit of a hot commodity.
Check out the stars who suited up to show their support.
Prince Nikolai of Denmark
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