Attention, Sk8er Bois! Avril Lavigne, patron saint of pop-punk, is at Paris Fashion Week. On Wednesday morning, the star attended the Courrèges show in a 'fit that sends a literal message: "I'm not doing shit today," to be exact.

Wedged between former Real Housewives fixture Lisa Rinna and Jemima Kirke of Girls fame, Lavigne was front-row-and-center at Courrèges Fall/Winter 2023 affair. But the "Complicated" singer — who recently split with fiancé Mod Sun — didn't take the opportunity to don an ensemble straight off the label's runway. Instead, she mixed things up, pairing giant Courrèges earrings with an oversized Vetements top reading "I'm not doing shit today."

The sassy shirt, which riffs on the novelty tees one might find at a tourist tchotchke shop, is the crown jewel of Guram Gvasalia's Spring/Summer 2023 collection for Vetements, the label he and big bro Demna founded in 2014 (Demna exited the brand in 2o19).

Sk8er Boi may have dropped over 20 years ago, but Lavigne is steadily creeping back into the public's conscious, thanks to her new album, "Love Sux." The project, which released in 2022, combined with Lavigne's delightfully nostalgic red carpet 'fits have made one thing clear: She is, as she once proclaimed, "the motherfucking princess."

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Fashion is catching onto the Avril Lavigne-aissance. On Tuesday, the singer attended Heliot Emil's pyro-happy show dressed, once again, in Vetements. While Gvasalia's brand is noticeably absent from the Paris Fashion Week schedule, we wouldn't be surprised if it threw a surprise event in the city of light — featuring a surprise performance by Lavigne, of course.

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