Plas­tic fan­tas­tic in Paris run­way show

Central Queensland News - - WEEKEND - — Kar­lie Ruther­ford, The Daily Tele­graph

AUS­TRALIAN mod­els Aleyna FitzGer­ald and Cather­ine McNeil proved plas­tic can be fan­tas­tic at Chanel’s grand fash­ion show in Paris yes­ter­day.

The leg­endary French la­bel closed the fash­ion fes­ti­val and sent its A-list mod­els – which also in­cluded Cindy Craw­ford's daugh­ter Kaia Ger­ber – down the rain­for­est-themed run­way wear­ing plas­tic bucket hats and plas­tic cap-toed PVC boots.

While the show was an­other mas­sive feather in the bow for the Aus­tralia’s Next Top Model win­ner, some other mod­els didn’t fair as well.

New Zealand model Stella Maxwell, who has also mod­elled for Vic­to­ria’s Se­cret, strug­gled to keep her de­signer hat on top of her head.

PHOTO: KOKI KATAOKA/AP

◗ Mod­els in the Chanel run­way show dur­ing Paris Fash­ion Week.

PHOTO: KOKI KATAOKA/AP

◗ Mod­els donned per­spex hats and boots dur­ing Chanel’s spring-sum­mer 2018 col­lec­tion run­way show, dur­ing Paris Fash­ion Week.

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