An 18th in Japan is not the average birthday party and Lily-Rose Depp went all out. Walking off the Cannes red carpet, and onto the runway for Chanel in Tokyo, Depp celebrated her birthday around the world.
As Karl Lagerfeld’s muse, Depp was spotted with Chanel pieces to complement all of her outfits.
On Saturday, the model landed at Haneda, Tokyo’s International Airport, wearing a stylish athletic look pairing black leggings with tweed PVC Chanel sneakers from the Spring collection. With a denim jacket in hand, and classic Chanel backpack on her shoulder, the model made the airport her runway.
Later on, Depp was joined for dinner by model and friend Caroline de Maigret. Maigret took to Instagram upon the birthday cake’s arrival captioning, “?Sweet 18 ? Happy Birthay @lilyrose_depp ? .” For the big dinner, Lily paired a blush-toned polka dot dress with a black watch from J12. Depp’s boyfriend Ash Stymest and model Leila Rahimi were also in attendance for the celebration.
After dinner, the party continued with a switch into a western meets feminine stylish look. Tipping a mini black cowboy hat to the camera, Lily smized for her fans in a light blue bustier top tucked into a pair of high-waisted jeans. The model hilariously captioned her photo, “Turned 18 and all I got was this tiny hat.” Sure Lily!
Always on the go, the muse didn’t stop there, pairing her little cowboy hat with pink and purple leather cowboy boots. Her friend, Amelia Kring, twinned with Depp in tan cowboy boots.
During the day, Lily embraced Tokyo’s culture, while showing off her endless Chanel pieces and spring florals. Her black Chanel backpack swung off her shoulder as she posed in patent leather closed-toed heels and a floral mini perfect for the warm weather.
Post fashion show, Depp looked effortlessly elegant in black skinny jeans, a burnt orange sweater detailed with pearls and patent leather heels.
Lily had two looks in the pre-fall Chanel Show. Both outfits were edgy including classic oxfords with the perfect evening assembles.
By Cara Zimmerman at Harpers Bazaar
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