Kloss kicked-off Paris fashion week by walking at the show of Belgian designer Anthony Vaccarello, and that's not all. The rising star designer had cast a line-up of top models to join Kloss in the show, including Joan Smalls, Anja Rubik and Arizona Muse.
The arrival of the next generation of supers in Paris marks the start of the final furlong, in the month-long international fashion show schedule.
Over the next seven days Yves Saint Laurents creative director of eight years, Stefano Pilati, will show his final collection for the house and leave the label, after presenting his collection on March 5.
French label Celine will present it's autumn winter collection to fashion press and buyers in an intimate salon presentation, instead of the usual full scale catwalk show due to designer Phoebe Philo being heavily pregnant. See by Chloe will show it's autumn winter collection in digital format with press and buyers logging in to view the collection live online.
And with the Dior rumour mill continuing to churn, could this be Bill Gaytten's last collection as the temporary helm of Dior?
To call it a busy week would be an understatement, of fashionably large proportions.