Joe Jonas supports girlfriend Gigi Hadid from front row at Balmain

Joe Jonas had a front row seat at the Balmain show on Thursday as he supported girlfriend Gigi Hadid, who was walking in the show. The 26-year-old singer cheered on the blonde beauty as she stormed the runway alongside models including Kendall Jenner, Alessandra Ambrosio, Doutzen Kroes and Joan Smalls.


Joe Jonas supported girlfriend Gigi Hadid at the Balmain show

The Just In Love singer was joined on the front row by the likes of Kris Jenner, Coco Rocha and Jada Pinkett Smith to watch the highly-anticipated presentation as Olivier Rousteing unveiled his Spring/Summer 2016 collection for the French fashion house.

Gigi wowed as she took to the runway, showing off her incredible figure in a wraparound brown crop top paired with an embellished leather pencil skirt. The 20-year-old looked every inch a style icon with her hair slicked back into a super sleek ponytail, paired with a bronzed make-up look for a radiant finish.

After the show, Joe headed backstage to meet up with his stylish girlfriend, and the sweet couple were spotted leaving the venue together.

Gigi wowed in Olivier Rousteing's latest designs

While Gigi has been working tirelessly over the last few weeks at some of the biggest shows for Fashion Week, she still made time to catch up with Joe – just a few days ago, the pair enjoyed a date night at trendy Parisian restaurant Le Costes.

No doubt Gigi has been turning to Joe for support after she recently admitted she had let "mean comments" by the media about her body "get to me a little".

In a heartfelt Instagram post the young star addressed her critics and explained that while she doesn't "have the same body type as the other models", she loves the world of fashion and is keen to make a career in modelling, in an industry which is "ready for a change".

"No, I don't have the same body type as the other models in shows," she wrote to her 6.4 million followers. "No, I don't think I'm the best at any given show. Yes, I want to have a unique walk but I also know I have to improve."