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Nicole Kidman steps out in metallic gown for surprise runway appearance at Paris Couture Fashion Week

The frock had divided fans.

By Catie Powers
Nicole Kidman has delighted fashion fans everywhere with a surprise appearance at Paris Couture Fashion Week for Demna Gvasalia's Autumn Collection Balenciaga show.
The Oscar winning actress walked the runway along with Naomi Campbell, Kim Kardashian, Dua Lipa, Bella Hadid, and more.
Nicole's Balenciaga outfit. (Image: Instagram)
For the runway moment, Nicole, donned a one-shoulder metallic silver dress with a lengthy train, long black opera gloves and sheer tights.
To document the occasion, the 55-year-old shared a slew of behind-the-scenes content to her Instagram, including footage of the actress getting into the zone.
Keith Urban was by Nicole's side in support. (Image: Instagram)
Backstage, the Aussie even joked around with fellow models Dua Lipa and Kim Kardashian.
In a special bonding moment, when Dua expressed her fears about falling, Nicole replied: "I'll catch you," before Kim Kardashian added: "I'll fall too."
"We'll all fall," Nicole added in support.
WATCH: Nicole Kidman, Kim Kardashian and Dua Lipa backstage at Balenciaga couture show. Article continues after video
Luckily, a mass fall wasn't needed as the models all stayed up right, though they did receive some mixed reviews on their walks.
In a special touch, Nicole's husband Keith Urban was front and centre to cheer on his wife, even sharing a kiss for photographers outside the venue.
Nicole also shared a backstage photo which featured Keith supporting her ahead of her runway appearance.
At the end of it all, the model collapsed on her bed in a glamorous black and silver dress with a long train, writing on Instagram: "Night, night from Paris, with love ❤️."
"Night, night from Paris, with love ❤️." (Image: Instagram)
Nicole has long been interested in fashion and modelling, and has been known to wear some divisive outfits in the past.
In February 2022, following her Academy Award nomination for her portrayal of Lucille Ball in Being The Ricardos, she was honoured with a cover for Vanity Fair magazine's annual Hollywood Issue.
The award-winning actress appeared in a cropped grey bustier and matching mini-skirt, reminiscent of a schoolgirl outfit which received plenty of mixed reviews at the time.
The outfit raised many important questions about mature women in Hollywood which you can read about here.

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