The stylish star, 58, opened the presentation in a plunging off-the-shoulder jacket and matching wide-leg trousers, along with a pair of seriously statement-making geometric earrings.
While the Ghost actress made an appearance in fishnets and lace during Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty fashion show last year, the Fendi show marks her runway debut.
The Paris presentation was also a first for Kim Jones, Fendi’s recently appointed artistic director of womenswear, who told British Vogue his debut collection was, in part, a tribute to “strong women, intelligent women, who know what they’re doing in their lives.”
On the runway, she was joined by supermodel Kate Moss and her daughter, Lila Grace, led the cavalry of stars that also included Naomi Campbell, Christy Turlington and Bella Hadid in the closed-door presentation (thanks again, COVID-19).
On her Instagram account, Moore wrote the gig was the fulfillment of a “teenage dream.”
Moore described the collection as a “beautiful and magical debut.”