After making a surprise appearance at Rihanna's Savage x Fenty fashion show in November, Demi Moore is back on the runway during Paris Fashion Week.
The actress, 58, opened Kim Jones' debut couture collection for Fendi on Tuesday wearing an off-the-shoulder silk suit with a peplum hemline. Moore wore her signature long dark hair pulled back to spotlight waist-length earrings as she walked the futuristic runway surrounded by glass walls.
After Moore, a parade of famous faces — including Naomi Campbell, Bella Hadid and Cara Delevingne, Christy and James Turlington and Kate and Lila Moss — modeled pieces from the spring/summer 2021 line, which came to be through careful observation of "the reality of what women around me are wearing," Jones told Vogue.
The creative director of both Fendi and Dior Hommes continued, "I have friends that just buy couture clothes, and they don't buy big ball gowns. They buy real clothes; things that fit their bodies," explaining that he was interested in "the movement and freedom of things" when designing the collection.
Much like Moore, Jones sent Kate, 47, down the runway in dramatic drop earrings falling all the way down to her chest, as well as an elegant pewter gown with embellishments at the hem.
Kate's 18-year-old daughter Lila stepped on the catwalk in a sheer, silver beaded caped gown with a draped train worn over a bodysuit and accessorized with a matching headpiece and knee-high boots.
After the traditional runway show, Kate and Lila modeled their high-fashion Fendi ensembles inside a socially-distant glass box together while attendees walked with their protective face coverings on and viewed models up-close.
While other models stayed individually in the glass boxes due to coronavirus regulations, Kate and Lila were able to pose together since they live in the same household.
Lila (whose father is Jefferson Hack, a creative director and the co-founder of Dazed Media), made her runway debut in Oct. 2020 when she opened Miu Miu's spring/summer 2021 Paris Fashion Week show.
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