Paris’ Most Stylish Celebs—Must-See Looks From Fashion Week

There’s just something about Paris that inspires even the most refined style stars to further elevate their ensembles. Case in point—the revolving door of stand-out celebrity looks in the City of Lights this fashion week, from the party circuit to the front row. Ranging from stunning sequins to statement outwear, these were some of our favorite sartorial moments spotted on a crew of A-listers.

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Swathed in a voluminous pink cape and wearing the OTK version of those It boots, Riri's look for the Dior show was fittingly regal.

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Natasha Poly

Natasha celebrated her newest campaign with Frame Denim at an intimate dinner at Caviar Kaspia wearing an uber-cool, matching short-and-jacket combo. As far as we're concerned, this beauty can do no wrong.

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Dazzling in sequins and 3-D floral details aplenty, Zendaya officially takes the cake for coolest bomber jacket spotted at PFW.

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Kendall Jenner

Leave it to Kendall to single-handedly make a case for reviving pinstripe pants—the mega-model teamed hers with a fringed neckerchief, bandeau top and pristine white sneakers.

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Miranda Kerr

Color-blocking at its finest—Miranda sported a bright, pleated maxi with a sweet crop top and elegant coat (props to her for matching her mani to the skirt).

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Janelle Monae

Ms. Monae was all over the front-row scene in Paris this week, donning one statement look after the next. We loved this ensemble she rocked to the Stella McCartney show on account of her statement accessories—long live cool creepers!

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Suki Waterhouse

The queen of edgy cool, Suki toughened up her sweet, tulle skirt with a luxe leather jacket at the Alexander McQueen after-party.

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Lily Donaldson and Lily Aldridge

The ever-lovely Lilys stepped out in simple-yet-sleek cocktail ensembles for the Vogue CFDA Americans in Paris party at Deyrolle.

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Chiara Ferragni

The Blonde Salad blogger convinced us of two things after donning this look for the Dior show: that we definitely need bangs and a sequin turtleneck top, stat.

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Jessica Hart

Jessica borrowed Western-inspired elements—a utilitarian denim dress and patterened suede boots—for her look to attend Peter Dundas' private Roberto Cavalli dinner at Caviar Kaspia.