Coco Rocha Returns to the Fashion Week Runway 3 Months After Giving Birth

Christian Siriano and Coco Rocha? A match made in fashion week heaven. Keep scrolling to see the new mama strut across the catwalk.

By McKenna Aiello Feb 26, 2021 1:31 AMTags
Watch: Christian Siriano Welcomes Coco Rocha Back to NYFW

It wouldn't be Christian Siriano's fashion week show without his muse, Coco Rocha

On Thursday, Feb. 25, the Project Runway winner and industry darling unveiled his fall/winter 2021 collection during a socially distanced experience held in New York City. The hotly-anticipated event also marked Coco's triumphant return to the runway after giving birth to her third child last November. 

Coco and fellow catwalk queen Martha Hunt kicked off the show by waking up in a romantic, dream-like scenario, before hitting the runway in a number of ensembles we'd predict will be in hot demand by celebrity stylists. 

At one point, the 32-year-old modeled a dramatic black gown with voluminous sleeves and waistline. 

In addition to Coco and Martha, Candice Huffine, a trailblazer redefining beauty standards in the modeling world, and Teddy Quinlivan, who made history in 2019 after becoming Chanel Beauty's first openly transgender star, also took part in Christian's show. 

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Much like today's fashion extravaganza, Coco, then eight months pregnant, stole the show at Christian's spring/summer 2021 presentation when she sauntered off the runway and into a pool located on the designer's Connecticut property. 

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On Nov. 25, Coco announced the birth of her and her husband James Conan's baby girl, Iley Ryn Coran

The modeling pro shared on Instagram at the time, "It was love at first sight for everyone and we're all so excited to bunker down and cuddle up as a family this winter."

Coco and James are also parents to son Iver Eames Coran and daughter Ioni James Coran

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