Stylish Statement! Kendall Jenner & Cara Delevingne Walk In Feminist Protest For Chanel Show At Paris Fashion Week
From the runway to the street! Kendall Jenner and Cara Delevingne were spotted leaving the Chanel S/S 2015 show on Sept. 30. The hottest girls on the scene led a pack of models through the streets of Paris earlier in the day for one of the most memorable fashion shows in history.
With a megaphone in hand, Cara marched through the streets yelling, “What do we want?” as supermodels Gisele Bündchen and Georgia May Jagger marched alongside her.
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Chanel’s creative director Karl Lagerfeld used the show to bring attention gender equality. The duo carried signs with feminist statements. Kendall’s read, “Ladies First,” while Cara’s said, “Free Freedom.”
Walking in Chanel, Givenchy (and more!), Cara has been one busy chick! The model pulled off a more laid-back look as she left the show, rocking sunnies and a graphic tee.
Kendall posted a post-show snap with her BFF. “Free the nipple #shhh,” she wrote.