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A look at the best celebrity cameos at Vogue World in Paris

There was plenty to love about Vogue World: Paris—from all the red-carpet fashion to the makeup by Dame Pat McGrath and music overseen by Diplo—but some of the night’s most exciting moments came in the form of celebrity cameos. Below, find a roundup of the singers, actors, and A-list athletes who made their way onto the cobblestone runway during Vogue World’s third installment.

Aya Nakamura

Aya Nakamura, Image: Instagram/@Vogue

When performing at Vogue World: Paris, sometimes nothing but custom Jean Paul Gaultier will do, as the French-Malian singer-songwriter elegantly proved on Sunday.

fka twigs

fka Twigs, Image: Instagram/@Vogue

Nobody shuts down a runway like twigs, who was dressed for the occasion in coquettish Alexandre Vauthier.


Maluma, Image: Instagram/@Vogue

The Colombian rapper made a soignée appearance early in the evening, ferrying a chilled cocktail as he strolled about the Place in Thom Brown.

Jeromy Loops

This star has the range to captivate both Broadway and Hollywood, and on Sunday, he proved he’s no less gifted at serving a runway look.

Sabrina Carpenter

Sabrina Carpenter, Image: Instagram/@Vogue

Strutting down the runway at Vogue World: Paris in striped Jacquemus? That’s that her espresso. (Yes, the statute of limitations on this particular song reference is close to closing, but let me enjoy it for now, okay?)

Teyana Taylor

The Rabanne-clad multihyphenate brought so much energy to her Vogue World performance that I am personally seriously considering taking up fencing (or at least some kind of fencing-dance hybrid art).


Looks like someone got the message about Brat girl summer.

Katy Perry

Katy Perry, Image: Instagram/@Vogue

Perry effortlessly redefined the naked dress in Noir Kei Ninomiya for her surprise runway appearance during Vogue World: Paris.

Philippine Leroy Beaulie

Philippine Leroy Beaulie, Image: Instagram/@Vogue

The Emily in Paris and Call My Agent! star stormed the Vogue World runway in full businesswoman drag (courtesy of Saint Laurent, naturellement), and we were obsessed.

Bad Bunny

Bad Bunny, Image: Instagram/@Vogue

Toward the end of the evening, Benito stepped out to perform live renditions of “Monaco,” “Vou 787,” and “Titi Me Preguntó,” and you could practically hear the crowd swooning.

Serena Williams

Serena Williams, Image: Instagram/@Vogue

Who but Vogue World: New York alum Serena Williams could embody the domination of tennis culture at Vogue World (in Off-White, no less)?

Venus Williams

Venus Williams, Image:Vogue

When it comes to Williams sisters on the Vogue World: Paris runway, two is most definitely better than one. Venus helped to close things down in geometric Marine Serre.

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