Cara Delevingne mixes up her casual look by pairing a bright blue beanie with a chic Fendi bag for commuting to work at Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week
She arrived in Paris to walk the virtual catwalks of Haute Couture Fashion Week.
And while she might be paid for the latest top designer haute couture creations, Cara Delevingne kept her usual laid back vibe as she left her town hall on Wednesday.
The British beauty warmed up for her exit from La Réserve Paris Hotel & Spa and followed the rules of the coronavirus with her face mask.
Model behavior: Cara Delevingne stayed true to her usual laid-back vibe as she left her Paris hotel on Wednesday morning as she continues to work at the city’s Haute Couture Fashion Week
Cara, 28, pointed out her long legs in black skinny jeans which she teamed with a green parka.
She added pops of color with her crisp yellow-edged sneakers and a bright blue beanie that stood out under her hood.
Cara mixed up her casual vibe by adding a chic Fendi shoulder bag in baby blue.
The finishing touches were dark shades and a black and white checkered face mask to stay safe on the city streets.
On the outside: British beauty warmed up for her outing from La Réserve Paris Hotel & Spa and mixed up her laid-back vibe by adding a chic Fendi crossbody bag in baby blue
The fashion industry is blown away by another round of virtual fashion weeks amid growing concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic in France.
According to WWD, the Federation of Haute Couture and Fashion has informed fashion houses and brands that no guests will be allowed to attend the shows this season.
Models like Cara can still strut the catwalks in Paris, but the shows must take place behind closed doors and industry insiders and fashion fans will be able to watch online.
Leggy: Cara, 28, pointed out her long legs in black skinny jeans which she teamed with a green parka
Top designers such as Jean Paul Gaultier, Elie Saab, Zuhair Murad and Ralph & Russo are believed not to be featured this week as lockdowns continue to roll out across Europe.
Since December, Paris is no longer under full lockdown like the UK, but the city still has to adhere to strict restrictions, including a general curfew from 6 p.m.
Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week runs until January 28.
Rules Compliance: The finishing touches were dark shades and a black and white checkered face mask to stay safe on the city streets