Miranda Kerr, Jessica Alba, Solange Knowles

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Bonjour! It's official: Paris Fashion Week is underway and we're on the last leg of Fashion Week.

Some of the most talked-about shows every season happen during Paris Fashion Week, and so of course the stars come in droves to see all the fashion and take in a runway show or two.

So what's happened so far? Let's start with Gisele Bündchen who just had her five-year wedding anniversary with Tom Brady. The supermodel made her grand return to the runway by walking in Alexander Wang's Balenciaga show Thursday.

Gisele Bundchen

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She looked fabulous in a gray sweater with an embellished, studded collar and silk pants. Gisele rarely walks in fashion shows anymore, so it's a big deal for a designer to have her walk in their show. Score one for Alexander Wang!

The stars also stepped out in style for the H&M show, bringing Miranda Kerr, Jessica AlbaSolange Knowles and supermodel Jourdan Dunn. The four ladies cozied up to one another and shared a front row bench at the H&M show, taking in the runway looks together.

Kanye West, Rihanna, Paris Fashion Week

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Other big names making a cameo appearance at Paris Fashion Week? Well, Rihanna of course. She showed her support for Balmain's creative director Olivier Rousteing by going to the Balmain show, and revealing a little side boob in the process. The singer donned an olive green leather trench coat with a plunging neckline—and nothing else underneath.

Another famous front-rower was Kanye West, who showed up to Balenciaga. Kanye wasn't a big presence at New York Fashion Week this season, so maybe he's planning to focus on Paris and take in more shows here? We'll see!

Check out our gallery below for even more stars at Paris Fashion Week. Au revoir for now!

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