A model crowned the "most beautiful girl in the world" aged six has just taken part in her first Fashion Week.
Thylane Blondeau made headlines ten years ago after she appeared on the cover of Vogue Enfants, earning the aforementioned title.
Blondeau, now 16-years-old, has returned to the limelight this month after walking the catwalk for Michael Kors at New York Fashion Week.
The French model and daughter of former footballer Patrick Blondeau and actress Veronika Loubry, has documented her experience at Fashion Week on Instagram.
It started with this candid shot of her in her hometown.
The teenager had been seen on the front row of numerous shows prior to her big debut.
As soon as it was over she was quickly whisked off to London.
Once in London she was seated front row for Tommy Hilfiger's Spring 2018 presentation, which featured the likes of Gigi Hadid.
At the after party she posed with the Gabriel-Kane Day-Lewis and Anais Gallagher.
Then she flew out to Milan before returning to France.
Blondeau worked for Jean Paul Gaultier when she was just four years old and was the youngest model to ever pose for French Vogue.
Her appearance in the renowned magazine, aged just six, was criticised at the time for being too sexual.
Her mother defended the shoot, saying:
The only thing that shocks me about the photo is the necklace that she's wearing, which is worth 3 million Euros.