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Cara Delevingne opts for a camouflage suit as she joins Bella Hadid at Fendi show in HCFW in Paris

Cara Delevingne nails androgynous chic in a velvet camouflage suit as she joins Bella Hadid in a sheer beaded gown for the Fendi show at Haute Couture Fashion Week in Paris

Cara Delevingne caught the eye in an androgynous camouflage suit as she joined a slew of models on the star-studded runway for Kim Jones first ever Fendi show.

The British model wore the green velvet two-piece with enormous matching earrings as she stormed the catwalk at Haute Couture Fashion Week in Paris on Wednesday.

Cara, 28, was joined by fellow fashion superstar Bella Hadid, 24, who was dressed in a stunning black sheer gown with a metallic overlay.

Gorgeous: She was joined by a stunning Bella Hadid on the runway

Wow! Cara Delevingne (left) caught the eye in a camouflage suit as she joined Bella Hadid (right) on the runway for the Fendi show at Haute Couture Fashion Show in Paris on Wednesday

Cara’s look was a stark contrast to the feminine gowns worn by some of the other models, as she wore a green and orange blazer with an oversized collar and camouflage print.

The matching jacket and trousers were accompanied by enormous earrings and a matching sheer mint green blouse.

Cara’s hair was slicked back into a barely-there style aside from a 1920s quiff curl as she walked the runaway before posing in one of the show’s individual perspex letters.

Glamorous: Cara's look was a stark contrast to the feminine gowns worn by some of the other models, as she wore a green and orange blazer with an oversized collar and camouflage print

Glamorous: Cara’s look was a stark contrast to the feminine gowns worn by some of the other models, as she wore a green and orange blazer with an oversized collar and camouflage print

Revealing: The matching jacket and trousers were accompanied by enormous earrings and a matching sheer mint green blouse

Revealing: The matching jacket and trousers were accompanied by enormous earrings and a matching sheer mint green blouse

Gorgeous: Cara's hair was slicked back into a barely-there style aside from a 1920s quiff curl as she walked the runaway

Gorgeous: Cara’s hair was slicked back into a barely-there style aside from a 1920s quiff curl as she walked the runaway

Safety first: Models stayed socially distanced from one another amid the global coronavirus pandemic as they stood inside giant perspex letters

Safety first: Models stayed socially distanced from one another amid the global coronavirus pandemic as they stood inside giant perspex letters

Meanwhile Bella oozed sophistication in a black halterneck gown with a sheer overlay that flowed into a cape following her down the runway.

The model finished the ensemble with oversized earrings as she walked the catwalk in British designer Kim’s first ever show for the brand.

Models stayed socially distanced from one another amid the global coronavirus pandemic as they stood inside giant perspex letters which spelled out the word ‘Fendi.’ 

British designer Jones, who joined Italian fashion house Fendi as its lead designer for womenswear in September 2020, and continues to fulfil his role as artistic director at Dior Men’s.

Jaw-dropping! Meanwhile Bella oozed sophistication in a black halterneck gown with a sheer overlay that flowed into a cape following her down the runway

Model credentials: She cut a glamorous figure as she posed against a bookcase

Model credentials: She cut a glamorous figure as she posed against a bookcase 

Showing her the ropes: Lila Moss, 18, and her mother Kate, wore silver showstopper gowns

Muses: Kate, 47, wore a busty silver satin gown

Showing her the ropes: Lila Moss, 18, and her mother Kate, 47, wore silver showstopper gowns at designer Kim Jones’s first Fendi catwalk show in Paris 

Jones succeeds the late Karl Lagerfeld in his Fendi role, which the designer held from the mid-1960s. Chanel designer Karl sadly died February 19, 2019. 

‘It’s quite a challenge,’ said Antoine Arnault, the LVMH group head of communications and chief executive of Berluti, who has known Mr. Jones since they worked together at Vuitton. 

He told the New York Times: ‘Mr. Jones is one of our superstars. When you have a top footballer on your team, you want to let him play to to his full potential.’  

Ralph Lauren, Giorgio Armani, Raf Simons and Hedi Slimane have all made the leap from menswear to womenswear.

The site reports that Fendi surpassed a billion euros in revenue in 2017 (about $1.2 billion) to become one of the more important brands in the LVMH portfolio.

Debut: British designer Kim Jones walked the runway after presenting his creations for the Fendi's Spring-Summer 2021 collection during the Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week

Debut: British designer Kim Jones walked the runway after presenting his creations for the Fendi’s Spring-Summer 2021 collection during the Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week

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