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She’s not running away from the runway.
Demi Moore walked a catwalk for the first time Wednesday, modeling for Fendi at Paris Fashion Week.
The 58-year-old “Ghost” actress opened the show with a plunging off-the-shoulder jacket and matching black pants. The real statement, however, was the giant geometric earrings that reached halfway to her waist.
Moore made a cameo appearance at Rihanna’s digital Savage x Fenty show in October, but had never before graced a runway.
“Well, they reached out to ask me to be a part of this and I — after I got past my shock even being asked to be a part of this — I was thrilled and I made huge points with my daughters,” Moore told Getty Images of the Rihanna show.
Moore was followed on the runway Wednesday by supermodels Naomi Campbell, Bella Hadid, Cara Delevingne, Kate Moss and others.
Kim Jones designed the clothes for Fendi, marking his couture runway debut. The British designer told Vogue the collection was inspired by “the reality of what women around me are wearing. 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.”
Paris Fashion Week is happening without crowds because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.