Move over, Kimye: Jessica Alba is making the most out of Paris Fashion Week.
This season, the A.C.O.D. actress has sat in the front row at H&M, Nina Ricci, Dior and on Sunday, at Kenzo, which is designed by her friends Humberto Leon and Carol Lim. (The duo personally picked out her neon yellow topcoat.) It’s a packed schedule, even by celebrity standards. Why squeeze so much in? "Because it’s fun?!" Alba teased after the printastic runway show, which featured a spooky set designed by director David Lynch. "I have two kids. It’s nice to spend four days in Paris, have fun with the girls and sleep in."
The Honest Company founder also happens to just really, really love fashion. “I wanted every single pair of shoes,” said Alba, referring to the show's many shoes, which were a sort of wedge-loafer-creeper combo. "I play dress-up for a living, and I think fashion allows anyone to [channel] that fantasy element -- you can be any kind of woman."