These days, it's not a proper Fashion Week if there aren't a slew of ritzy, well-documented dinner parties mixed in with the runway shows. While no two A-list soirées are the same, they do have at least one quality in common: a guest list loaded with beautiful, social media-famous "It" girls who, upon their arrival, post alluring (and at times, champagne-tinted) images for their massive followings to enjoy. In the case of Vogue and Instagram's Paris Fashion Week banquet on Wednesday night, two of the social media platform's most-followed faces — Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid — unsurprisingly showed up with Balmain's creative director, Olivier Rousteing.
For the occasion, Rousteing dressed two of his muses (and stars of Balmain for H&M's just-released ad campaign) in looks from the French fashion house's spring 2016 collection — which didn't hit the runway until the next day. Hadid stepped out in an emerald, lace-up and dangerously crotch-length minidress that she accessorized with a layer of dark, nearly black lipstick; Jenner went for something that was both darker and floatier, though her pants were almost entirely sheer, giving onlookers a full view of her derrière (as seen below). Leave it to Rousteing to find a new, creative way to show off skin.