In pictures: H&M's A-list front row at Paris Fashion Week show

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Jessica Alba, Miranda Kerr, Jourdan Dunn and Solange Knowles — front row line-ups don't get much better than this.

Known for their high-profile celebrity collaborations, it's no surprise high street retailer H&M pulled in such a starry guestlist for their Autumn/Winter 2014 show at Paris Fashion Week.

Miranda Kerr

A-list actress Jessica flew in from Hollywood for the event, turning heads in a Parisian-inspired chic cream lace floaty dress.

She vamped up the outfit with a slick of berry-hued lipstick, black tights and black boot heels, topping off the look with a romantic updo.

Speaking about her ensemble, Jessica said, "I'm wearing H&M. It feels very romantic, sort of gothic.

Jessica Alba

Jessica Alba took a selfie at the show with her friend Kelly Sawyer


"Red lips and black tights throw off the romantic lacing. Mixing high and low – that's how I dress."

Joining Jessica on the front row were models Miranda and Jourdan and Beyoncé's sister Solange. Jessica was spotted taking selfies with Solange while they waited for the show to start.

Former Victoria's Secret model Miranda, who was unveiled as the new face of H&M earlier this month, was making her first official appearance for the brand.

The Australian beauty opted for elegant glamour, wearing a long, navy blue brocade dress and a dazzling diamond necklace.


The H&M show at Paris Fashion Week

Jourdan rocked a matching print two-piece ensemble with nude heels. Solange, meanwhile, was sporting a plunging playsuit that she paired with a blue and gold statement necklace.

H&M put on a typically high-octane show, with light installations, giant screens and a metal runway transforming the Grand Palais into an edgy fashion den.

French pop star Cecile Cassel gave an energetic performance, while H&M's army of models included Joan Smalls and Lindsey Wixson, who showcased a pared-back collection featuring thigh-high boots, miniskirts and oversize coats.

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