The supermodel might be known for weaving the print into her bohemian-inspired ensembles by way of Louis Vuitton scarves or faux-fur jackets, but this time Moss took the location's famed heritage of le Bal into consideration by arriving in an ankle-length, metallic column evening gown boasting dramatic side splits.
The rest of the look was kept simple - a black satin clutch, and ankle-strap sandals by Jimmy Choo with dainty earrings. On the beauty front, Moss's golden waves were left loose and natural, while her make-up look was all about a fresh faced, glowing complexion.
As Kate Moss kicks off the week of fashion in the capital, what else do eager fashion spectators have to expect this season in the City of Lights? Virgil Abloh will be notably absent from the Off-White show, Hedi Slimane will show his third runway collection for Celine and, as Vogue's fashion critic Anders Christian Madsen writes, all eyes will be on Pierpaolo Piccioli at Valentino to see how he can follow June's phenomenal couture show.