Israeli actress and megastar Gal Gadot sat front-row in Paris during fashion week watching models for Dior, parading down the catwalk.
Gadot, who is rarely seen at such events was herself wearing a dress by the fashion house and posted her appreciation on her social media platforms.
During the entire week, models, film stars and celebrities filled Paris streets bringing their style to the eternal capital of chic.
Sometimes, women just want a nice dress to wear and a good coat to keep warm, as offered by Dior as well as Louis Vuitton, Victoria Beckham, Channel, Valentino and others.
Black was the predominant color declaring the return of quality couture, which compliments the form and expresses minimalism cut in the best fabrics.
For those hoping for more theatre and innovative technologies, British designer Johnathan Anderson for LOEWE, presented an evening gown made of leather straps, resembling an elegant bag and a shirt that only close inspection reveals it is made of printed sheets taped to the model's body.
But soon after the show, Israeli designer Tal Maslavi accused the brand of stealing his designs.
"I've been using paper sheets pasted on the body since my third year studying fashion design and have won two awards for it," he told Ynet.