Kylie Jenner looks unhappy as Irina Shayk rocks up in the same 'lion head' dress

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By Asiya Ali

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Kylie Jenner has gone viral on social media for her reaction to Irina Shayk strutting down the runway in the same dress she was wearing.

On Monday (January 23), the 25-year-old reality TV star wore a long black gown that featured a bizarre faux lion head for the Schiaparelli's Haute Couture show in Paris, France.

Initially, Jenner garnered attention online for the unusual garment - despite it not being made from a real lion - but in a shocking turn of events, the animal rights charity PETA spoke in favor of the gowns, stating that the idea is "fabulously innovative".

Now, the Kylie Cosmetics founder has sparked online attention once again after users watched a video of her stoic expression towards the 37-year-old model walking down the catwalk in the same lion dress as her.

Watch the video below: 

Although the make-up mogul got her hands on the Italian fashion house couture creation before it hit the runway, many people couldn't help but share their hilarious responses to the footage.

One user wrote: "The Disgust on Kylie Jenner’s face."

Another user jested: "2ND HAND EMBARRASSMENT: Kylie Jenner’s 'Lion, Witch, and the Wardrobe' look stolen mid-fashion show. Fashion moves so fast."

A third user commented: "Not Kylie wearing the same outfit as the model."

A fourth said: "She look mad asf."

As previously mentioned, despite the daring dress sparking a debate on social media, it got an unexpected seal of approval from PETA for not using animal products.

In a statement shared with Page Six Style, the animal rights organization president Ingrid Newkirk wrote: "Kylie, Naomi, and Irina’s looks celebrate the beauty of wild animals and may be a statement against trophy hunting, in which lions and wolves are torn apart to satisfy human egotism.

"We encourage everyone to stick with 100% cruelty-free designs that showcase human ingenuity and prevent animal suffering," she concluded, advising Jenner and fellow celebrities to "extend this creativity to exclude sheep shorn bloody for wool and silkworms boiled alive in their cocoons".

Shayk also took to her Instagram to showcase her support for Schiaparelli by sharing nine pictures from the show and behind-the-scenes fittings.

In the caption, she wrote: "I support these incredible artists who worked tirelessly, with their hands, using wool, silk, and foam, to sculpt this embroidered Lion, and image of Pride, An image that @schiaparelli invokes while exploring themes of strength. I am honored to have been called on as well to lend my art as a woman to this @danielroseberry."

Meanwhile, The Kardashians star didn't address the critics but made it apparent that the lion's head was fake in her own Instagram caption.

"BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. thank you @danielroseberry and @schiaparelli for such a special morning," Jenner penned. "Wow, I loved wearing this faux art creation constructed by hand using manmade materials. beautiful beautiful."

Featured image credit: Erik Pendzich / Alamy

Kylie Jenner looks unhappy as Irina Shayk rocks up in the same 'lion head' dress

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By Asiya Ali

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Kylie Jenner has gone viral on social media for her reaction to Irina Shayk strutting down the runway in the same dress she was wearing.

On Monday (January 23), the 25-year-old reality TV star wore a long black gown that featured a bizarre faux lion head for the Schiaparelli's Haute Couture show in Paris, France.

Initially, Jenner garnered attention online for the unusual garment - despite it not being made from a real lion - but in a shocking turn of events, the animal rights charity PETA spoke in favor of the gowns, stating that the idea is "fabulously innovative".

Now, the Kylie Cosmetics founder has sparked online attention once again after users watched a video of her stoic expression towards the 37-year-old model walking down the catwalk in the same lion dress as her.

Watch the video below: 

Although the make-up mogul got her hands on the Italian fashion house couture creation before it hit the runway, many people couldn't help but share their hilarious responses to the footage.

One user wrote: "The Disgust on Kylie Jenner’s face."

Another user jested: "2ND HAND EMBARRASSMENT: Kylie Jenner’s 'Lion, Witch, and the Wardrobe' look stolen mid-fashion show. Fashion moves so fast."

A third user commented: "Not Kylie wearing the same outfit as the model."

A fourth said: "She look mad asf."

As previously mentioned, despite the daring dress sparking a debate on social media, it got an unexpected seal of approval from PETA for not using animal products.

In a statement shared with Page Six Style, the animal rights organization president Ingrid Newkirk wrote: "Kylie, Naomi, and Irina’s looks celebrate the beauty of wild animals and may be a statement against trophy hunting, in which lions and wolves are torn apart to satisfy human egotism.

"We encourage everyone to stick with 100% cruelty-free designs that showcase human ingenuity and prevent animal suffering," she concluded, advising Jenner and fellow celebrities to "extend this creativity to exclude sheep shorn bloody for wool and silkworms boiled alive in their cocoons".

Shayk also took to her Instagram to showcase her support for Schiaparelli by sharing nine pictures from the show and behind-the-scenes fittings.

In the caption, she wrote: "I support these incredible artists who worked tirelessly, with their hands, using wool, silk, and foam, to sculpt this embroidered Lion, and image of Pride, An image that @schiaparelli invokes while exploring themes of strength. I am honored to have been called on as well to lend my art as a woman to this @danielroseberry."

Meanwhile, The Kardashians star didn't address the critics but made it apparent that the lion's head was fake in her own Instagram caption.

"BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. thank you @danielroseberry and @schiaparelli for such a special morning," Jenner penned. "Wow, I loved wearing this faux art creation constructed by hand using manmade materials. beautiful beautiful."

Featured image credit: Erik Pendzich / Alamy