Kate Moss on Wednesday took to the catwalk at friend Marc Jacobs' Louis Vuitton show on the last day of Paris fashion week.
A cheer greeted the British model -- sporting, like all the show's models, a short black wig -- as she stepped out of one of dozens of doors in Jacobs' hotel-inspired set.
In a show celebrating what US designer Jacobs called "decadent glamour", gold and silver embroidery covered dresses with a retro feel were finished with fur trims and shimmered on the catwalk.
Silk and satin dresses were covered in what looked like lace but were in fact tiny cut feathers, while purple and green silk check coats and a backless trouser suit made liberal use of ostrich feathers.
Handbags, meanwhile, went without the house's famous monogram or Damier canvas.
Instead three iconic bag shapes -- the Pochette Accessoire, Lockit and the Speedy -- were given makeovers using textures such as marabou, curled goose feather and waxed crocodile.
"All the classic signs of a Vuitton bag were reinterpreted in materials that were more exotic or more hand-treated or just more feminine," Jacobs said.
Asked about Moss, Jacobs added: "She means a lot to me personally. She's a very dear friend and she's closed many Vuitton shows," he said.
Paris has hosted scores of autumn/winter 2013/14 shows over the past nine days with the fashion event due to wrap up later on Wednesday.