Miranda Kerr Dazzles At H&M’s Paris Fashion Week Show

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  • The new face of H&M was joined by Jessica Alba, Solange Knowles and Oliva Palermo for the high street brand's high-fashion night

    Miranda Kerr made her first appearance as the new face of H&M at the brand’s Paris Fashion Week show on Wednesday, proving why she’s the perfect woman for the job.

    The supermodel mum went for full-on glamour, wearing a long black brocade gown and an eye-popping diamond necklace.

    Kerr was joined by several other famous faces at the buzzworthy show. Jessica Alba looked lovely in a romantic, H&M lace dress.

    Solange Knowles hit yet another fashion high note in a pretty patterned playsuit and a dramatic cobalt blue necklace.

    And it wouldn’t be a Fashion Week without stylista Oliva Palermo‘s print-mixing presence. H&M captured a snap of the fashionista and her fiance glamming up the FROW.

    ‘The stunning couple @therealoliviap and @johanneshuebl at our #HMStudioAW14 show. #PFW,’ the brand posted.


    Our Marie Claire fashion team, on hand for the event, took particular notice of model Jourdan Dunn’s flawless look. ‘The gorgeous @officialjdunn @ #h&m show tonight,’ they posted to Instagram during the show.


    After the event, MC’s Acting Fashion Features Director Victoria Moss weighed in on the label’s second PFW showing.

    ‘H&M are clearly taking their slot at Paris Fashion Week seriously,’ she said. ‘With Joan Smalls walking and the likes of Jessica Alba, Miranda Kerr and Solange Knowles on the front row, this is no token effort.

    ‘The H&M Studio collection, which features their “key pieces” for AW14, was a cool clean mix of easy chic with a ’90s tinge – featuring a silver metallic bias cut spaghetti strap dress as well as chunky shearling coats and great khaki knits (pieces seen in volume across the recent fashion weeks).’

    In short, the brand’s high-fashion future seems bright.

    ‘The collection certainly showed an influence from their recent Isabel Marant collaboration, but crucially will help them cement their position as a relevant fashion force on the high street.’

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