Perks of the job! Jourdan Dunn does runway to real life in Moschino McDonald's top
Published 28/02/2014 | 12:17
Supermodel Jourdan Dunn showed off the perks of her couture-filled fashion career when she stepped out in the unusual Moschino attire she recently modelled at Milan Fashion Week.
The 23-year-old kept the clothing after she strutted down the catwalk in a McDonald’s inspired over-sized jumper, emblazoned with the name of the Italian fashion house.
She looked impeccably chic at Paris Fashion Week yesterday when she donned the striking red and yellow piece inspired by the fast food chain.
The fashion lover proved that she can translate her catwalk looks into everyday life.
The model teamed it with a woolly black coat and opted for a biker edge with studded leather boots and a black leather mini-skirt.
Creative director at Moschino Jeremy Scott introduced the collection, which featured the same letter and colour scheme as McDonald’s, and it proved a hit with the brand’s models.
Model Dunn was also centre stage at PFW yesterday as she joined friends Karlie Kloss and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley on the catwalk for Balmain.
The trio showcased a dark collection of black bandeau skirts, chunky biker jackets and combat trousers.
Dunn modelled a gothic ensemble featuring a silk panelled skirt, a black woolly jumper and dangling black-stoned earrings.
The model’s hair was scraped back into a neat bun which emphasised her stunning wide-set eyes.
The It girl has been one of the fashion season’s most talked about models.
She was compared to superstar Jennifer Lopez when she turned up to London Fashion Week in a monochrome Tom Ford dress, the same one spotted on the American Idol judge in January.