Kristen Stewart opens star-studded Chanel show with Julianne Moore, Rita Ora and Lily Collins on the runway

Karl Lagerfeld put his muses on the runway for the autumn/winter couture collection.

Emma Akbareian
Tuesday 07 July 2015 11:20
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Kristen Stewart, Julianne Moore and Lily Collins are better known for their roles on the big screen, but that didn't stop Karl Lagerfeld casting them in his autumn/winter Chanel couture show.

The Grand Palais was transformed into a casino for the presentation of Lagerfeld's fall haute couture offerings for the French fashion house this morning.

Kristen Stewart on the Chanel runway REX

Kristen Stewart, who made her name in the Twilight films surprised the audience by opening the show. As a face of the brand, Stewart is no stranger to Chanel shows, however this is the first time she has participated in, rather than merely watched the catwalk presentation.

Stewart was in good company with fellow actress Julianne Moore also appearing on the runway. Lily Collins also made an appearance alongside up-and-coming model and daughter of Johnny Depp - Lily-Rose Depp.

Songstress Rita Ora also took a turn on the catwalk before the impressive list of stars took seats at Casino tables for a very stylish game of roulette.

It was a big show for Kendall Jenner too who closed the show as the iconic Chanel bride.

Kendall Jenner is the Chanel bride

Stay tuned for a full review of the collection.

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