Demi Moore walks on Fendi Runway. The news made us surprised and shocked as well. Yes, you heard it right. Demi Moore walked on Paris Fashion week on Fendi Runway. No one in the industry has got any clue about Moore participation. It seems that she is probably liking to be a ramp girl, if that is the case, we can witness more from Demi Moore.
For the people who don’t know about Moore, we would like to inform you that Demi Gene Moore is an American actress and film producer. She had further box-office success in the early 1990s, with the films A Few Good Men (1992), Indecent Proposal (1993), and Disclosure (1994).
The 58-year-old actress was in an off-shoulder silk suit with a peplum hemline from the Italian label’s spring/summer 2021 collection. The actress opened Kim Jones debut couture collection for Fendi with her long hair pulled back. The show started when the spotlights threw on her and the elegant beauty was walking along the ramp divided by glass walls.
She is the buzz queen for her fashion quite a day now. Earlier Moore was seen when she arrived in Paris with a complete face mask and a heavy-duty shield.
The fans are a little sad for the looks of Moore. The debate is sparked due to her unrecognizable new look. Some are thinking she might have gone through face surgery or it could be caused due to faulty makeup.
The fashion walks were featured with celebrities like Naomi Cambell, Bella Hadid and Cara Delevingne, Christy and James Turlington and Kate and Lila Moss. The designer named the fashion show as “the reality of what women around me are wearing,”
So like Moore, Kate also participated in this catwalk with her known elegance. She wore a Silver beaded caped gown with a draped train worn over a bodysuit. The accessories were worn with a matching headpiece and knee-high boots.
Kate’s 18-year-old daughter Lila was also on the ramp in a silver beaded caped gown with a draped train worn over a bodysuit and accessorized with a matching headpiece and knee-high boots.
The models stayed individually in their perspective glass boxes due to coronavirus regulations and the attendees participated with their protective face coverings.