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Monday 30 May 2016

Lenny Kravitz watches Saint Laurent

Published 30/06/2014

Lenny Kravitz
Lenny Kravitz

Lenny Kravitz led the way in the front row at Men's Paris Fashion Week this weekend.

The singer turned actor attended the Saint Laurent show in the French capital on Sunday. He looked every inch the rock'n'roll star in leather trousers, chunky black boots and a glittery blue blazer worn over a grey T-shirt.

Lenny wasn't the only star of The Hunger Games enjoying the shows this weekend, as co-star Alexander Ludwig attended the Y-3 show.

The blonde star, who plays Cato in the franchise, kept his look casual in black jeans and black v-neck T-shirt with his hair slicked back.

The 22-year-old showed off an impressive physique underneath his top and he puts it down to leading a very active life and taking up a new sport.

"I’m actually from Vancouver, Canada, originally, so I played every sport except for football. It was very new to me - now I’m hooked,” he told WWD. “It’s such an American thing and you know, you play it every day for three months of your life, you just grow this camaraderie with everyone on set and you just love the sport.”

Also in attendance at the Y-3 show, which featured surfboards dotted around the runway, included Game of Thrones Joe Dempsie and Chinese actor and singer Wei Chen.

Meanwhile, alongside 50-year-old Lenny at the Saint Laurent show was Franz Ferdinand lead singer Alex Kapranos. Like Alexander, football was also in his mind with the World Cup in full swing. When WWD asked who he was supporting during the tournament, he couldn't help but give a joke answer.

"Scotland – the eternal optimist," he laughed. "But also of course my family roots lie in Greece as well, and they’re through to this round, so there’s a chance that they could still win.”

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