Kate Moss and David Beckham were reunited on the front row at Louis Vuitton's AW17 menswear show on Thursday. The style icons sat front row at the presentation in Paris, and appeared to share a joke as they waited for the show to begin.
Kate, 43, looked stylish as ever in a colourful Louis Vuitton jumper, which she paired with black skinny jeans, ankle boots and retro cat eye sunglasses.
Kate Moss and David Beckham shared a joke at the Louis Vuitton Show
Meanwhile David braved the chill in a stone ribbed polo neck jumper and stone trousers, teamed with white trainers and dark Ray-Ban sunglasses.
The pair appeared to be firm friends as they chatted and giggled together in the crowd, having also sat side-by-side at Louis Vuitton's SS17 show in June 2016.
Kate's fashion show appearance comes just days after she celebrated her birthday in London with a party at China Tang and Dorchester Hotel. The model also enjoyed a flying visit to Berlin where she was spotted shopping on Wednesday.
The stylish pair sat side-by-side on the front row
The Louis Vuitton show marked the debut of the label's highly anticipated collaboration with streetwear brand Supreme. After weeks of speculation it was confirmed that the two brands had designed a limited edition collection, which will be available in stores on 17 July.
The collection includes a variety of handbags and co-branded jackets, which have all been inspired by New York. And for a high fashion spin on streetwear, there is even a red and white monogrammed skateboard with a bespoke trunk and tool kit.
"You can't have the conversation of New York menswear without Supreme right now, because it is such a massive global phenomenon," Kim Jones, the men's artistic director for Louis Vuitton told WWD of the collaboration. "When I was at college, I used to work at unpacking boxes of Supreme at a company in London that distributed it when it was just starting out, so it's something I've known all my life.
"I just feel that the strength of its graphic versus the strength of the Louis Vuitton graphic, and that kind of pop-art feeling – it works together perfectly."