Kylie Jenner Dons Dramatic Lion's Head Look at Paris Fashion Week

The reality star made a grand entrance at Sunday's runway show.

Kylie Jenner made a fierce appearance at Paris Fashion Week on Sunday!

The reality star, 25, made a grand entrance attending the Schiaparelli runway show over the weekend, certain to make heads turn.

Jenner showed up in a fitted floor-length black strapless gown that featured a life-sized replica of a lion's head that went across her torso. She wore her black locks in an updo that created a blunt swoop at the front, mimicking a side bang.

She accessorized with a black and gold purse, along with a pair of black Schiaparelli sling-backs and golden earrings.

Jenner took to her Instagram on Monday morning to thank the designer and creative director, Daniel Roseberry, for creating the look by hand.

"BEAUTY AND THE BEAST," she wrote in the caption, adding, "Thank you @danielroseberry and @schiaparelli for such a special morning. wow, I loved wearing this faux art creation constructed by hand using manmade materials. beautiful beautiful 🦁🦁🫶🏻"

According to the show notes, per CNN, the collection that was featured at the fashion show was inspired by a poem titled "Inferno" written by Dante Alighieri. The poem shows the journey through the afterlife, divided into three parts: Inferno (Hell), Purgatorio (purgatory), and Paradiso (Paradise or Heaven).

The designer drew from the three beasts that appear in the 14th-century poem to imagine Jenner's dress, along with a leopard-themed gown that was modeled by Shalom Harlow and a she-wolf-inspired gown worn by Naomi Campbell.

"Inferno, Purgatorio, Paradiso: One cannot exist without the other," Roseberry said in the show notes. "It is a reminder there is no such thing as heaven without hell; there is no joy without sorrow; there is no ecstasy of creation without the torture of doubt."