Kate Moss made a rare catwalk appearance at Paris Fashion Week, transforming into a boudoir vamp for Louis Vuitton.
Marc Jacobs persuaded Moss to sashay down Louis Vutton's hotel corridor-style runaway in one of the most theatrical shows of the season.
Kate Moss before this morning's show, bottom left, and leading the models on the runway
Moss, along with models including current British favourite Cara Delevingne, donned a glossy black wig and dark cherry lips for her cameo.
The collection had a vintage nightwear theme and the 39-year-old made her appearance in a sheer dusky blue negligee, with long flowing sleeves and a rich floral print.
Jacobs staged his collection with drama and precision, having each model step out from behind individually numbered wooden doors and onto a carpeted 'runway', designed to represent the hallway of a luxury hotel.
Cara Delevingne, above centre also featured in the Louis Vuitton show
Floral silk gowns edged with lace were worn under dramatic oversize coats made from velvet or trimmed with marabou.
Elizabeth Taylor-esque belted waists and metallic heels were accompanied by clutches and the iconic Vuitton Speedy, re-imagined in decadent marabou.
By Anna Pollitt. Images: Rex Features/Getty Images