Mrs Bieber, 23, sported a glittering black and silver dress from Saint Laurent for the French brand’s Paris Fashion Week show, featuring a crossover neckline that was cut down to the waist.
She teamed it with a structured blazer draped over her shoulders – a look she has sported a lot recently, including at a Matches Fashion event in Los Angeles (there, she wore a structured jacket by Christine Centenera’s US-based Australian label, Wardrobe. NYC).
The model and Instagram star sat in the front row as Saint Laurent’s creative director Anthony Vaccarello presented his latest collection, which also featured Kaia Gerber on the runway.
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Staged in Paris’s Trocadero district, Saint Laurent’s runway featured tweed jackets, catsuits and bras worn under blazers.
Hailey’s appearance in the front row came after she recently appeared in her husband Justin Bieber’s Netflix doco, Seasons, where she revealed personal details about their relationship, including why they didn’t live together before their tied the knot.
Mrs Bieber said they “didn’t believe in doing that until we were married, so we got legally married”.
“He still makes me a little nervous sometimes,” Hailey said, of Bieber. “Like, I blush and I get a little bit like cheesy — can’t help it.”
“I remember calling my parents when we decided to get married and I said, ‘This is the time I need you to stop me from doing something crazy, if you think this is a bad idea,’” she said in Seasons.
Sudanese-Australian model Akech – who also ruled the catwalks this season in New York and Milan – sported a checked blazer with shorts and a pair of skin-tight fuchsia leggings as she modelled for Saint Laurent.
The front row featured Big Little Lies’ star Zoe Kravitz, a face of Saint Laurent and the face of YSL Beauty, wearing high-fashion denim and a glittering silver top.
She sat with her famous father, Lenny Kravitz, alongside Lily Collins and Kit Harrington who rounded out Saint Lauren’s start-studded guest list.
Paris is the last stop of fashion month, which included stops in New York and London, where Tommy Hilfiger staged a standout runway show at Tate Modern, featuring a rare runway appearance from ’90s supermodel Naomi Campbell and a gender-free collection co-designed by F1 star, Lewis Hamilton.
‘CONSENT’: DIOR’S STYLE STATEMENT
Meantime, Dior made a feminist statement with the words “consent”, “patriarchy = climate emergency” and “oppression” in neon-lit signs above the runway at Jardins de Tuileries, as the French fashion house presented its autumn/winter 2020 collection.
It was a timely statement, given disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein was this week found guilty of multiple sex crimes, after his trial in New York.
Following on from Dior’s iconic “We should all be feminists” tees, this collection featured tops with the slogans “Women’s love is unpaid labour” and “I say I” on them.
“For me, art is a way to reflect on women and the relationship of a woman with her body,” Dior creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri told Vogue.
The range feature Faye Dunaway and Diane Keaton-inspired capes, skirts, dresses and coats with power shoulders, in checks, black, grey and rust.