The 34-year-old headed to the French capital to check out the Dior show, which took place yesterday afternoon.
She’d gone all out for the occasion, nailing the colour block trend by pairing terracotta culottes with an embellished white shirt and a tailored black jacket.
When it came to her accessories, she’d opted for royal blue heels and a petite handbag.
Keeping her look Parisian chic, she’d styled her brunette locks into a sleek low bun and was working a classic plum lip. We love.
Jessica sat FROW-side alongside ladies including Louis Vuitton director Delphine Arnaulta and Unites States Ambassador to France Jane D.Hartley, as well as Dior’s CEO Sidney Toledano.
So let’s talk about the AW16 collection. We saw models (including Kendall Jenner) sporting plenty of asymmetric cuts, sturdy fabrics and well-placed colours.
That olive coat = seriously dreamy.
After the show, Jessica changed into an oversized pinstripe blazer, jeans and a comfortable pair of flats to head out into the city.
We’re big fans of the masculine styling, and slinging a white coat over her shoulders made the outfit perfect for that tricky winter-to-spring transition.
Before leaving Paris, Jess went for a third outfit change, slipping into a stunning jewel-encrusted ball gown and a silver-detailed jacket.
She later posted an Instagram snap of herself happily posing in front of the Eiffel Tower. But unfortunately for the mum-of-two, this photo ended up receiving quite a backlash.
Jessica had captioned the shot: ‘Ouvroir Paris.’ Many assumed that she’d meant to write the French phrase for ‘goodbye,’ which, of course, is ‘au revoir’.
Comments included: ‘The hell does ourvoir mean?!’ and: ‘If you meant good bye, it’s Spelled AU REVOIR!!! [sic].’ Eek.
TBH, Jess even describes herself as a ‘terrible speller’ in her Insta description, so we think we’ll let her off…