The blonde beauty, 46, looked sensational in a skin-tight pink dress, which boasted a cone bra similar to the one the designer famously put Madonna in during the 1990s.
Eva flaunted her svelte figure in the pale pink dress, which boasted nude panels down the side and strips of satin.
Kaia Gerber is a sight to behold as she walks the runway for Irina Shayk commands attention in a black shirt with a large Bella Hadid displays her amazing abs as she goes braless in Karlie Kloss wraps up in a chic cream teddy coat as she
The front of her outfit boasted a striped pattern which was continued onto the cone bra top of the gown and stood out against Eva’s silk shawl.
Wow: The front of Eva’s outfit boasted a striped pattern which was continued onto the cone bra top of the gown and stood out against Eva’s silk shawl
She wore her blonde locks perfectly styled into curls and down so that they framed her face and added a slick of makeup including bright red lipstick.
The mother-of-three, who is engaged to businessman Gregorio Marsiaj, was seen posing outside the venue with German photographer Ellen von Unwerth.
Both of the women donned warm winter coats as they arrived at the show, with Eva opting for a long tailored jacket.
Poser: The blonde beauty posed up a storm outside the venue and donned a smart coat to keep warm
The iconic creator, 67, revealed via an Instagram video on Friday that he would be bowing out with a big party to mark his 50 years in the business.
Smile: Eva and German photographer Ellen von Unwerth posed for a snap together while wearing matching red lipstick
Looking good: The model flaunted her svelte figure in the skin-tight pink dress and toted a small sparkling bag (also pictured is photographer Ellen)
Gorgeous: Eva wore her locks down and perfectly curled for the star-studded event in Paris
‘It’s going to be quite a party with many of my friends and we’re going to have fun until very very late.
But as late as last year he insisted he had no intention of putting down his scissors – although he despaired of animal rights activists pressuring him to stop using furs.
A teenage prodigy, who rose to fame in the 1980s when the Paris fashion scene was at its most decadent, Gaultier also carved out a parallel television career as the co-presenter of a cheeky series, ‘Eurotrash’.
A spokeswoman for his brand told AFP that the designer would be back, but like the veteran Japanese creator Kenzo – who has moved into interior design – it would be in other areas.
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