Following a surprise appearance Wednesday walking on the runway for the finale of the Balmain spring/summer 2023 show, the singer and actress, 76, attended Rick Owens' show Thursday.
The "Believe" singer wore a black-and-white plaid skirt with matching pants, which she paired with a black zip-up sweatshirt and leather fingerless gloves.
To complete the rock-and-roll-inspired look, she added chunky black platform shoes and an asymmetrical velvet fedora hat with a large bow to the side. The latter accessory sat atop Cher's long, wavy blonde hair.
For her runway appearance the day before, Cher wore a dark, futuristic spandex look complete with black platform boots, which complemented her signature long, dark mane.
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After embracing the label's creative director Olivier Rousteing, Cher sang along to her tune as she waved at the crowd while walking arm-in-arm and hand-in-hand with Rousteing, 37.
Following the show, Cher shared her thoughts about the experience on Twitter.
"Just had the best time on stage," she wrote in an all-caps tweet. "Felt great, show was probably [the] best fashion show 'ever.' "
She went on to call the models "[beauties] from another universe," and said that both the clothes and Rousteing were "to die for."
"[The] stage was calling me, 'Cher ... oh Cher ... come home ... ," she wrote alongside a series of Cher-looking avatars, including a head-exploding emoji. "I hear you."
More than 100 models, including Ashley Graham and Kristen McMenamy, walked the runway for the show at Paris' Stade Jean-Bouin, according to WWD, while Kylie Jenner — sporting a daring crocheted Balmain look — was among those who looked on at the massive stadium show.
"Cher has been a daring pioneer, a true trailblazer, for over six decades, never slowing down, always pulling us along with her, as she courageously marches forward," Rousteing told the outlet.