And poof, just like that, Lily-Rose Depp is a runway model. After seasons of assuming the role of brand ambassador, of fronting Chanel campaigns (both eyewear and fragrance), and of sitting front row alongside mom Vanessa Paradis at too many shows to count, the style icon-in-the-making is now a full-fledged model after her debut at the Chanel Metiers d'Art 2017 show located at the Ritz in Paris.
It wasn't just one lap, either. The star made the rounds twice, navigating the maze of tables first in a gilded ab-baring Chanel peplum crop top and a matching shin-grazing skirt (both heavily embellished with gold sequins), complete with a deep midnight blue floral crown and patent white heeled Oxfords.
And then she had us all transfixed yet again in an inkier ensemble (moodier in aesthetic, but just as glam), featuring a skin-skimming black tulle dress with a flouncy hem and beaded floral appliques running down the front. The finishing touch? A netted veil and a black patent Oxford heels. We're calling it: Her runway debut, a runaway success.