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In Paris, KidSuper is the talk of the town and it's made the most of the moment by hosting one of Fashion Week's wildest shows. How does Tyra Banks-hosted comedy show grab you?

KidSuper designer Colm Dillane is of course the name on everyone's lips right now, having just debuted his Louis Vuitton Fall/Winter 2023 collection with a big runway presentation only a few days prior.

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That was a splashy moment, to be sure, with a fortune spent on a huge set and sprawling menswear collection, complete with Rosalía performance.

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In comparison, KidSuper's own Fall/Winter 2023 collection is a joke. Literally.

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Dillane eschewed a conventional presentation in favor of a comedy show appropriately titled "Funny Business" and hosted by Miss America's Next Top model herself, Tyra Banks (Banks was previously spotted attending Dillane's Louis Vuitton show earlier in the week).

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The performers, all draped in KidSuper's vivid FW23 collection, were as varied as you'd expect of the brand known for casting all sorts of unconventional models.

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The lineup included Netflix-approved comedians Fary and Andrew Santino, Comedy Central's resident roastmaster Jeff Ross, and YouTube sensation Stavros Halkias — you know, the folks you'd expect to take part in a standup act — to actress Yvonne Orji and some guy named J Balvin. Perhaps you've heard of him?

It was a spectacle, to be sure, as each participant took the stage for a super short set, followed by a more conventional catwalk from models weaving between the aisle seats of the Casino de Paris theater.

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Fun, flippant, and fashion. It's KidSuper classique, and it's the perfect cap to what's shaping up to be the brand's biggest year on record.

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If anyone feared that KidSuper's ongoing success would cramp Dillane's theatrical style, let the sheer spectacle of its comedy show-cum-runway allay those fears with the quickness.

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