See every high-fashion moment from your favorite stars including Natalie Portman, Zendaya, Rihanna and more
Paris Fashion Week is officially here, which means the City of Light is dazzling even more brightly with all the star power emanating from the hottest celebrities in style.
Since last week, A-listers have been attending shows left and right, giving us interactions, reunions, comebacks — and of course, looks — that we didn't know we needed until now.
Ahead, see all the can't-miss moments from the week so far.
Kylie Jenner at Maison Margiela
See how she glistens! Kylie Jenner capped off her glamorous Paris Fashion Week schedule in this sleek hairstyle and light-reflecting sequin gown.
Zendaya at Fendi
Reese Witherspoon and Ava Phillippe at Fendi
Kim Kardashian at Maison Margiela
Zooey Deschanel at Patou
Zooey Deschanel didn't go unnoticed in this bold monochromatic look. The actress rocked a total of five pieces in various shades of blue. Now that's commitment.
Florence Pugh and Kylie Jenner at Valentino
In their matching all-black looks, Florence Pugh and Kylie Jenner were all smiles at the Valentino show. The actress and the beauty mogul were among the star-studded front row at the show, that also included Jennifer Lopez. Jenner even brought her mini-me, Stormi, along as her plus-one!
Noah Cyrus at Jean Paul Gaultier
Noah Cyrus chose a dreamy red and peach look to sit front row at Jean Paul Gaultier and brought the same color palette into her makeup look. Keeping the rest of her face fresh, she amped up the volume of her blush with a bright pink shade.
Kelly Rutherford at Ashi Studio
Kelly Rutherford went full-on gothic Gossip Girl with her black and white look for the Ashi Studio show. She wore a white corset with a body-hugging black skirt, all topped with a voluminous padded black coat.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley at Valentino
Of course Rosie Huntington-Whiteley put her impressive abs on display for he Valentino show. She bared her midriff in her all-black look that consisted of a sparkly maxi skirt, bandeau top and blazer.
Jennifer Lopez at Valentino
Sticking with the all-black theme at Valentino, Jennifer Lopez also rocked the neutral color, wearing a figure-flattering dress with cutouts down the sleeves. She wore a statement necklace and earrings to add some bling and carried a matching handbag.
For a night on the town between shows, Kat Graham vamped it up in a lingerie-inspired look topped with a coat and boots. She carried a matching purse and added a hat to complete the look.
Jennifer Lopez at Elie Saab
In yet another head-turning look, Jennifer Lopez wore an ethereal pastel cape made of feather flowers for Elie Saab's front row. The cape was delicately draped over Lopez's lime green gown that featured an incredibly daring v-neck.
Kat Graham at Stephane Rolland
Kat Graham's black dress for the Stephane Rolland show was anything but basic. Her look featured a thigh-high slit and dramatic collar that perfectly framed her face.
Gwyneth Paltrow at Armani Privè
Margaret Qualley at Chanel
Natalie Portman at Dior
Anya Taylor-Joy at Dior
Anya Taylor-Joy served biker ballerina a vibrant red lace gown teamed with knee-high moto boots. Talk about duality!
Karlie Kloss at Schiaparelli
One thing Karlie Kloss is going to do, is sweep the catwalk. The model demanded attention in this work of art covered in fringe.
Nothing, and we mean nothing, is stopping Rita Ora from wearing the tiniest shorts during the winter. She expertly paired her micro pants with a trench coat, buttoned top and loafers for a Parisian shopping trip.
Elizabeth Debicki at Dior
Glenn Close at Dior
Glen Close, 76, let her sophisticated style shine through with a tailored cream suiting.
Ali Wong at Dior
Ali Wong's style took a gothic turn and landed on an all-black 'fit featuring a sheer dress, oversize pleated blazer and loafers.
Lucy Boynton at Chanel
Chanel ambassador Lucy Boynton dressed like her title in a pink tweed dress (with a matching bag!) and bow-adorned heels.
Zendaya at Schiaparelli
Jennifer Lopez at Schiaparelli
Stop and wear the roses seemed to be Jennifer Lopez's inspiration when she chose this custom Schiaparelli look, which featured a jacket made of 7,000 real rose petals watered with "hummingbird nectar," a.k.a. sugar water.
Naomi Campbell at Balmain
Leave it to Naomi Campbell and her famous strut to leave us speechless. Balmain gave the supermodel her flowers by fitting her in this architectural blouse, designed to look like a metallic hand holding a bouquet of roses.
Rihanna at Dior
Rihanna gave us two things to rave about: her cute and relatable unscripted compliment-exchange with Natalie Portman outside of the Dior Haute Couture show, and her cool and super glamorous outfit (#Coolmom).
Lila Moss and Kate Moss at Dior Homme
Zayn Malik at Valentino
Zayn Malik's comeback to the spotlight came with two hair transformations in 24 hours. The former One Direction singer stepped out in blonde frosted tips only to debut a fresh new buzz cut at the Valentino show a day later.
Da'Vine Joy Randolph at Schiaparelli
Da'Vine Joy Randolph is a self-described "fashion girl," so of course we had our eyes on The Holdovers actress. She traded in her glamorous awards season gown for this sleek all-black ensemble and a silver clutch with Schiaparelli's signature eyes motif.
Kelly Rutherford at Dior
Kelly Rutherford channeled the "quiet luxury" fashion trend in this elegant cream skirt set. But if her look was a fashion letter to her Gossip Girl character (as we predicted!), we think it would be signed, "xoxo, Lily van der Woodsen."
Hunter Schafer at Schiaparelli
Bella Thorne at Schiaparelli
Bella Thorne's all-black "Mob Wife" look spoke volumes, especially her statement fedora.
Carla Bruni at Dior
Carla Bruni returned to Fashion Week in understated elegance with this black-and-white outfit, which styled with a statement purse and shoes.
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