Kate Hudson and Shailene Woodley were the guests of honor at Valentino’s show. Woodley went for a bold look, selecting a leopard print minidress with a high neckline and black mid-calf boots.
Meanwhile, Hudson sported a little black dress with ruffled detailing at the neckline, which she paired with polka-dot tights and chunky black sandals.
Dior’s show boasted the largest celebrity audience, bringing together a slew of famous faces. Will0w Smith looked chic in a black vest and a flowing semisheer skirt, completing her look with classic suede heels. Naomi Campbell also chose the timeless pumps, styling them with a semisheer tulle dress and a long, striped coat.
Style influencers aplenty also had front row tickets for the shows, including Olivia Palermo and Chiara Ferragni. Palermo attended several shows throughout the week — and she mixed up her style at each event.
Australian singer Kylie Minogue was spotted front row at both Schiaparelli and Ralph and Russo. The 49-year-old went for a goddesslike look at Ralph and Russo, sporting a blush-colored, one-shouldered gown and matching pumps.
And Oscar-winning actress Marion Cotillard sat front row at Jean Paul Gaultier and Giorgio Armani Prive. At Jean Paul Gaultier’s show, Cotillard did the pantless trend in an oversized knit sweater and on-trend heels.
Click through the gallery to see more celebrities who sat front row at Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week, including Winnie Harlow, Alexa Chung and Arizona Muse.