There were no cigarettes this time around as Kate Moss closed the Louis Vuitton show in Paris, capping off an elaborate show set on a real working carousel.
Just as he did for his own Fall 2010 show, designer Marc Jacobs kept the giant set piece covered before unveiling it dramatically to a surprised audience, Fashionista reported. Among the crowd? Natalia Vodianova, Abbie Cornish, Uma Thurman, Princess Siriwanwaree Nareerat of Thailand, Terry Richardson and Anna Wintour.
The models, who emerged from their life-size carousel horses once the curtain dropped, wore pastel-hued dresses with Fifties silhouettes (think cinched in waists and right below-the-knee lengths) and shimmery, floral details.
And then Kate Moss, in a white feathered babydoll dress and a messy bun, closed the whole thing out, looking certainly more demure than her previous leather-encased, cigarette-puffing finale walk for Louis Vuitton's Fall 2011 show.
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