THRILLED Mia Khalifa made a stunning catwalk debut wearing an elegant braless blue dress – and says she’ll “never forget” her moment in the spotlight.
The former pornstar-turned fashion fanatic walked her first runway show covered in London label KNWLS for its spring/summer 2024 session.
Mia Khalifa, who was the last star to get on the pebbled-ramp, fiercely closed the SS24 wearing an elegant midnight-blue slinky cutaway dress.
The TikTok star’s outfit featured a halter neckline and slits that perfectly sat around her thighs and hips – making her seem at home in the high-fashion world.
Her dress was paired with a slick-styled side-part hairdo, marking the return of the versatile hairstyle trend again in 2023.
Mia, who has been immensely enthusiastic about fashion post her exit from the adult film industry, took to her Instagram to celebrate the excitement of her first-ever runway show at the London Fashion Week.
She wrote: “AAAAAAAHHHHHHH!!!!!! I cannot believe this just happened. Thank you KNWLS London, I am beyond grateful to close your SS24 show in such an elegant set.
“I love you and I am grateful for this small (huge to me) part in your show that will remain with me forever.”
This is not the first time Mia made news in the high-octane fashion world.
Earlier this year, she slipped into the sidelines of the Paris Fashion Week, showing up at multiple shows including the Off-White’s January sets and Bluemarble studios.
The former pornstar even went one step further with her impromptu shoot with Jean Paul Gaultier, indicating the arrival of her jewellery brand Sheytan.
For this year’s iteration, KNWLS featured their classic signatures fused with new season silhouettes, following the brand’s recent collaboration with Jean Paul Gaultier.
SS24 was characterised by distinctive textures fused with tactile details like braiding with soft shapes and silhouettes. Check patterns and floral prints rose to power and were perfectly blended with contemporary takes on denim washes and circular beach motifs.
The runway show celebrated the brand’s long-standing partnership with Paresian jewellery label Panconesi.
It also witnessed the return of a few fan favourites, including the brand’s classic Claw Moto jacket and Fang and Razr bags.
Earlier this year, Mia was was heavily trolled on the internet over her new jewellery brand’s moniker. However, she was quick enough to hit back at haters.