Jaden Smith Rocks Pink Hair & Non-Gender Binary Style in the Front Row at Louis Vuitton

The final day of Paris Fashion Week went out with a bang, with a flurry of famous faces stepping out to take in Nicolas Ghesquière’s latest collection for Louis Vuitton. Scroll through to see who had a front-row view of the designer’s creations for fall ’18.

Jaden Smith — who made waves when he modeled womenswear for the French fashion house — sported a brown sweater-coat featuring red trim with a simple white T-shirt and matching trousers.

The pink-haired “Icon” singer accessorized with a gold necklace, red gloves and coordinating crossbody bag and pulled things together with a his favorite go-to LV sneakers.

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Jaden Smith wearing LV.
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Meanwhile, Emma Stone, the new face of the iconic luxury brand — who compared the gig to “like being in ‘Pretty Woman'” — was on the scene for the occasion, rocking black leather thigh-high boots paired with a patterned minidress and a belted navy blazer.

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Emma Stone was in the front row.
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Chloe Grace Moretz was also on hand, wearing a striped turtleneck top tucked into a knee-length skirt with a shimmery embellished blazer-coat on top. Patent leather combat boots and a box clutch bag completed the 21-year-old actress’ look.

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Chloe Grace Moretz
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Elsewhere, “Game of Thrones” starlet Sophie Turner — who was spotted strolling arm-in-arm with fiancé Joe Jonas in Paris yesterday — hit the show in a red button-up dress cinched at the waist with a studded belt. A round, boxy black bag and patent leather ankle booties put the finishing touches on her outfit.

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Sophie Turner.
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For more celebs like Sienna Miller and Ruth Negga sitting front row at Louis Vuitton, scroll through the gallery.

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