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Oscars winner Lupita Nyong'o does Paris Fashion Week

Miu Miu made sure to close Paris Fashion Week, not to mention the entire Fashion Month, with a bang.

The Italian fashion brand drew a super star-studded front row including Hollywood royalty – new Oscar winner Lupita Nyong'o, who was recently unveiled as the new face of Miu Miu.

 

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Miu Miu belongs to the Prada group and at the Oscars, Lupita represented the brand by wearing a custom-made gown by the designer herself.


 


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Fresh from her exciting win on Sunday, the 12 Years A Slave star looked lovely in a mulberry-hued jacket with an embellished collar.

She paired the jacket with a very pale purple satin ruched skirt. Gold drop crystal earrings topped off the look.

On the front row, she was joined by fellow A-lister Rihanna, rounding off a busy stint at Paris Fashion Week.

The superstar songstress, who has made appearances at Chanel, Givenchy, Lanvin, Stella McCartney and Balmain, turned up at the presentation wearing a long leather jacket covered in red and beige fur.

 

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Lupita also rubbed shoulders with Oscar attendee Margot Robbie at the show. With the newly dyed brunette locks that she debuted at the Oscars, The Wolf of Wall Street actress looked chic in a red peacoat.

The Olsen twins' sister Elizabeth had also turned up to cast an eye over the label's new wares wearing a pink shirt dress and stilettos.

Oscar winner Jared Leto is also said to have stopped by.

Earlier in the day, Lupita posted a picture of her and her stylist jetting into Paris wearing t-shirts emblazoned with 'Miucci' and 'Prada'.

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