Kylie Jenner arrived to Paris Haute Couture Week in true Leo fashion.
The beauty mogul, 25, was one of several celebrities who attended Schiaparelli’s Haute Couture spring/summer show on Monday, kicking off the week’s festivities. “Emily in Paris” star Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu, Doja Cat and Diane Kruger were among some of the stars seated front row.
Jenner turned heads wearing a ruched black, velvet gown with a giant lion head on her shoulder as the statement piece.
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“BEAUTY AND THE BEAST,” she captioned photos shared on Instagram. “thank you @danielroseberry and @schiaparelli for such a special morning.”
“The Kardashians” star added: “wow i loved wearing this faux art creation constructed by hand using manmade materials. beautiful beautiful.”
The outfit was straight from the runway. Model Irina Shayk wore the same accessory with a different black dress as she strutted down the catwalk during the show.
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Schiaparelli explained the inspiration being the lion heads on Instagram, writing, “The leopard, the lion, and the she-wolf—representing lust, pride, and avarice in Dante’s iconic allegory — in hand sculpted foam, resin, wool and silk faux fur, hand painted to look as life-like as possible.”
“NO ANIMALS WERE HARMED IN MAKING THIS LOOK,” the brand added.
The collection included several animal heads, with Shalom Harlow wearing a snow leopard print dress with a lion on her chest and Naomi Campbell in a full-length, black fur jacket that featured a wolf head on her shoulder.
Despite the disclaimer, Jenner received criticism in her comments section that it was “glorifying animal hunting.”
“This is a promotion of poaching not fashion. Very wrong,” one person wrote.
Another Instagram user commented, “Even though it’s not real it’s still disturbing and in bad taste.”
“Obviously its not a real lions head, but very poor choice for a fashion statement,” a commenter added.
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Jenner’s photos from the Schiaparelli show come days after she shared photos of her son on social media and announced his new name.
The reality-television star posted four images on Instagram Saturday of the young boy, born in February 2022 to her and boyfriend Travis Scott. Along with the pictures, she posted: “AIRE” and a heart emoji.
A week after he was born, Jenner revealed his name was Wolf Webster on social media. But a month later, she said on Instagram a name change was coming because “we just really didn’t feel like it was him.”
At the time, a new name for the newborn was not revealed.
Contributing: Mike Snider
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