Amelia Gray Hamlin's latest runway look has fans doing a double take.
On Monday, the 21-year-old daughter of reality TV star, Lisa Rinna, took to Instagram with an "unrecognizable" video of herself modelling for Kanye West's YZY SZN 9 fashion show at Paris Fashion Week.
The footage shows Gray Hamlin standing on a rotating platform, wearing a bald cap, posing in a form-fitting, taupe, cutout dress, paired with leather gloves and boots.
The model hanked West in the caption of the post for making her a part of his vision and for "coaching" her through the process.
"YZYSS9 Thank you to my Jedi coach for believing in me. Thank you for coaching me. Thank you for including me in your vision. Thank you for supporting the Gemini alien revolution. You are the revolution. I love you," she penned to the "All Falls Down" rapper.
While some found Gray's Yeezy fashion show look to be "bizarre," many fans applauded its originality, shock value and remarkability.
"This is very bizarre, but I like it. Weird and different in a good way," one person commented, while another wrote, "That is rad! What an experience."
"You are the moment," someone else added.
"Supermodel era," wrote another.
One Instagram user commented: "Iconic."
"Kanye always knows how to stir up controversy by shocking people. This is super weird, but that's what makes it interesting," another weighed in.
Naturally, Gray Hamlin wasn't the only familiar face at the fashion show. Rihanna, Beyoncé, Angelina Jolie, Lauryn Hill, Emily Ratajkowski, Candice Swanepoel, Irina Shayk, Gisele Bündchen and Bella Hadid were all in attendance, as well as Naomi Campbell, who also walked the runway.
The unique runway looks weren't the only thing that stirred debate from the show.
West was slammed on social media after he was photographed introducing the show in a "White Lives Matter" shirt.
“We changed the look of fashion over the last 10 years. We are the streets. We are the culture,” he told the audience, before later taking to his Instagram story, calling the Black Lives Matter movement a "scam."
Fans were quick to weigh in, calling the "desperate stunt" "dangerously dumb."