Zoe Kravitz, Karl Glusman

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Paris continues to prove it will always be the city of love! 

Zoë Kravitz and new husband Karl Glusman have made their marriage red carpet official! The newlyweds tied the knot on June 29, but have yet to appear together at a public event, until now. The pair was spotted looking absolutely stunning during Paris Fashion week while walking the red carpet for the Yves Saint Laurent show. The couple is no stranger to the European lifestyle, and actually had their wedding in France. Although, she traded in the white dress for a chic all black ensemble for this visit. 

Zoë tends to keep her personal life out of the public eye. The couple even hid their engagement for eight months. However, she hasn't hid everything, and was very open about getting engaged. Including detailing the adorable way he proposed to her while she was wearing sweatpants and admittedly a "little drunk." 

While the newlyweds red carpet debut was definitely a highlight of the event, it was Naomi Campbell's fierce walk that closed out the show and shutdown the house. It's no secret that the legendary supermodel knows her way around a catwalk, but at the YSL show she proved once and for all why she's one of the best to ever do it. 

Naomi celebrated the occasion on her Instagram with a sweet tribute to the man behind it all. "Mr. Yves Saint Laurent you believed in me and stood by my side when I needed it most!! Grateful for you and for all the memories we've made together over the years," she captioned the pic of her alongside the fashion icon. "Kind hearted, creative genius and fashion visionary!! We miss you dearly." 

Naomi Campbell on the catwalk


All hail the queen! 

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