In a rare public appearance in New York City on Tuesday, the teenager stunned at Chanel's 2014/15 Metiers d'Art Collection show, sporting a sleeveless pale blue crop top and a matching pencil skirt from the brand's spring/summer 2015 haute couture collection. She finished off the eye-catching ensemble with a choker-style collar and two-toned heels.
Styling her hair in an effortlessly chic bob and sporting naturally thick eyebrows and nude makeup, Lily-Rose was the epitome of cool at the high-fashion event.
Lily-Rose was there to support her mother, a longtime muse of Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld. Paradis, 42, also turned heads at the A-list event -- which was attended by the likes of Beyonce, Dakota Johnson, Julianne Moore and Pharrell Williams -- rocking a cozy-looking boucle dress and black heels.
"As a grown man, and a father -- and you know, a man -- there's nothing you can understand about a teenage girl, nothing," he admitted to Ellen DeGeneres. "She's amazing. The problem is she's infinitely more sophisticated than I am, and she can run circles around me and she knows she's got me wrapped around the finger."