Emma Corrin, Mia Goth, and Zaya Wade Walk Miu Miu’s Fall 2023 Show in Paris

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Emma Corrin, Mia Goth, Zaya Wade Walk Miu Miu ShowCourtesy of Miu Miu

Miu Miu's Paris show was a who's who of celebrity models.

Opening the dreamy fall/winter 2023 show at the Palais d'Iéna in the French city today was none other than Mia Goth, the chic English actress who rose to fame with her role in Nymphomaniac.

Goth strutted down the runway in a clingy gray sweater with white buttons over a matching top, a semi-sheer white low-rise pencil skirt with black polka dots, and black sheer tights. The sweater was tucked into the tights, which were exposed above the skirt. The look was wrapped up with black glossy pointed-toe slingback heels and a rectangular black leather handbag. The actress wore minimal makeup and had her hair pulled back into a messy ponytail.

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Next, amid a sea of breezy pencil skirts, great coats, sheer tops, and pointy heels, came Zaya Wade. The 15-year-old model daughter of Dwyane Wade and Siohvaughn Funches (and stepdaughter to Gabrielle Union), made her runway debut at the star-studded Paris Fashion Week show this afternoon.

She looked all grown up in an elegant olive green wool coat layered over a matching sweater and pencil skirt. The ensemble was further elevated with a pair of brown slingbacks and a matching leather pouch bag.

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Singer Ethel Cain also walked the show. She wore another tweed pencil skirt, sweater, and pretty heels look.

And if that wasn't enough star power, The Crown's Emma Corrin—who plays Princess Diana in Season 4 of the series—closed the show and led models on the final walkthrough.

The actor looked every bit a Hollywood sweetheart in a beige sweater, glittery gold underwear, sheer black tights, and brown peep-toe heels.

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Miuccia Prada collaborated with South Korean performance artist and choreographer Geumhyung Jeong—whose edgy, sensual work often explores the relationship between human and machine—for the show.

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