Gigi Hadid and Irina Shayk Give Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson a Run for Their Money at Zoolander 2 Fashion Show

Irina Shayk and Stella Maxwell also step onto the purple carpet in New York City

By Mike Vulpo Feb 10, 2016 12:21 AMTags
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Who's ready to runway now?

Ahead of the New York City premiere for Zoolander 2, a few famous faces descended to the red carpet for an impromptu fashion show. Let's just say their looks were really, really, really good looking.

First up was supermodel Gigi Hadid who was a total pro when she stepped onto the purple runway.

Wearing an over the shoulder Marc Jacobs dress with a patriotic print, the supermodel proved why she is such a favorite with the New York Fashion Week crowd. She completed her look with silver open-toed heels and smokey eyes.

Irina Shayk also turned more than a few heads as she followed the patriotic theme with a red, white and blue dress from the same designer that featured a feathered neckline.

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Stella Maxwell even joined the fun after posing backstage with some of the models. "Hittin the RUNWAY 4 #zoolander @zoolander," she shared on Instagram. "@voguemagazine @gigihadid wearing tha one and only @themarcjacobs @marcjacobs."

With so many beautiful models at Alice Tully Hall in the Big Apple, is there a chance that Derek Zoolander (Ben Stiller) and his crew could be intimidated by all the star power? Not so fast, people!

Following their unforgettable character personalities, Ben and his co-stars Owen Wilson, Penelope Cruz and Will Ferrell all showed up to the carpet in clothes perfect for their on-screen roles. 

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While we can't help but admire the looks, Derek would like us to remember that "beauty is only skin deep." But then again, this is the character who once asked, "If god exists, then why did he make ugly people?"

For those not up-to-date on the runway, Zoolander 2 tells the story of Derek and Hansel (Owen) who are modeling again when an opposing company attempts to take them out from the business.

The madness—and laughs—hit theatres this Friday.