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Kylie Jenner's 'embarrassing' reaction to Irina Shayk wearing the same dress goes viral

Kylie Jenner wears huge realistic lion head at Paris Fashion Week

Kylie Jenner had everyone talking when she turned up to Schiaparelli Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2023 show wearing a black dress with a large lion's head attached.

The dress has proven to be controversial as some slammed the design and accused it of promoting hunting, while Jenner hasn't commented on this, she explained in an Instagram post the "beautiful" lion's head is a "faux art creation constructed by hand using manmade materials."

PETA has since defended the outfit saying clothes that "celebrate the beauty of wild animals and may be a statement against trophy hunting, in which lions and wolves are torn apart to satisfy human egotism."

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Now given the unique look you would think the makeup mogul wouldn't have to worry about someone rocking up to an event with a lion headdress.

Sadly for Kylie she was front row when model Irina Shayk walked down the runway in a similar feline fit - though her lion had its teeth displayed.

While this co-ordination appears to be planned on Schiaparelli's part, the internet still found Kylie's reaction and her twinning with Irina pretty amusing.

@vvip

Who wore it better: Irina or Kylie? 🦁#vvip #kyliejenner #irinashayk #fashion


Here are some of the best reactions:

Many have noted that it is like the Zoolander meme in real life.








On Instagram, Irina Shayk was complimentary about the lion dress she wore on the catwalk and the artists who created the look.

She wrote: "I support these incredible artists who worked tirelessly, with their hands, using wool, silk, and foam, to sculpt this embroidered Lion, and image of Pride, An image that @schiaparelli invokes while exploring themes of strength.

"I am honored to have been called on as well to lend my art as a woman to this @danielroseberry."

Elsewhere from Paris Fashion Week, Doja Cat's red bejeweled look has become an instant meme and triggered people's trypophobia.

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