Cara Delevingne leads fashionable feminism protest on Chanel runway

Feminism and fashion collided at the Chanel Spring 2015 finale at Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday.

Cara Delevingne led an army of supermodels which included Kendall Jenner, Georgia May Jagger and Joan Smalls, storming the runway for a faux revolutionary march.

Cara Delevingne and Karl Lagerfeld led Chanel’s revolutionary march

Wearing tweed suits and colourful, patterned blouses and trousers, models carried signs with slogans such as ‘Be Your Own Stylist’ and ‘Ladies First’ making for an innovative and dramatic finale following the catwalk presentation.

‘What do we want?’ chanted Cara, who was dressed in a grey tweed suit and bright patterned blouse, as she strutted down the catwalk followed by models including Edie Campbell and Toni Garrn, Leonardo DiCaprio’s girlfriend.

The iconic French fashion house’s creative director Karl Lagerfeld joined Cara and his army of models as they showcased all of his new designs for the conclusion of the show.

Brazilian beauty Gisele Bündchen also made a surprise appearance on the catwalk to model Karl Lagerfeld’s new creations, wearing a striped oversized cardigan and matching boots from the designer as she strutted down the catwalk, also grabbing a megaphone for the finale.

Gisele Bundchen and Kendall Jenner were some of the supermodels walking the Chanel runway

Meanwhile, the front row saw fashion’s elite such as Alexa Chung and Poppy Delevingne stepping out for the Parisian show, while Kris Jenner also showed her support for Kendall.

The 58-year-old also joined daughter Kim Kardashian on the Givenchy front row on Monday, joined by Kanye West and baby North, to support Kendall as she modelled for the high fashion designer.

Kim and North stole the show in matching black and lace detailed outfits, making the ultimate mother-daughter duo on the front row.

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