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Carla Bruni stunned in a black jumpsuit as she attends Paris Fashion Week

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Carla Bruni stole the show at Paris Fashion Week last night as she attended several fashion shows.

Bruni, 53, who was a model in the 90s and France’s first lady from 2007 to 2012, looked relaxed and modern when YSL and Mugler presented their spring/summer collections last night.

The singer wore a figure-hugging black jumpsuit that was fastened at the waist with a black leather belt with a gold buckle, showing off her fitted silhouette.

In the 1980s, the Italian-born beauty was a hot item in the fashion world, walking for the likes of LaCroix and Chloe before embarking on a career in music.

The mother-of-two looked relaxed just days before her husband Nicolas Sarkozy, 66, is set to find out if he has to serve six months in prison on corruption charges.

Carla Bruni, 53, who was a model in the 90s and France’s first lady from 2007 to 2012, looked relaxed and modern as YSL and Mugler showcased their spring/summer collections at Paris Fashion Week last night

Last night, a mother of two, Carla was a breath of fresh air as she stepped out on the red carpet for a series of fashion shows.

The former French lady combined her jumpsuit with a crystal pendant, which gave the overall black look a cool twist.

Always in fashion, Carla wore sheer fringe, with her hazel locks bouncing off her shoulder in luscious curls with honey blonde highlights.

Her makeup was natural, with a touch of foundation and blush to accentuate her healthy glow.

The singer wore a figure-hugging black jumpsuit that was fastened at the waist with a black leather belt with a gold buckle, showing off her fitted silhouette.

The singer wore a figure-hugging black jumpsuit that was fastened at the waist with a black leather belt with a gold buckle, showing off her fitted silhouette.

A splash of eyeliner and eyeshadow added some sparkle to her striking blue eyes, and she wore a nude lip to keep the look low-key.

She first attended the Thierry Mugler, Couturissime, at the Musée des Arts Collectifs (Museum of Collective Arts), where she met Franco-Algerian former model and documentary filmmaker Farida Khelfa.

She later moved on to the YSL show, where she got a leather card holder from the designer.

Carla looked relaxed and cheerful after a very tense summer awaiting her husband’s sentence following Sarkozy’s conviction in his corruption trial earlier this year.

Sarkozy’s trial ended in Paris in June. The verdict was set to fall on September 20. but was delayed by 10 days and should be out tomorrow.

Carla was joined by Franco-Algerian former model and documentary filmmaker Farida Khelfa

Carla looked stylish and relaxed during the last light fashion shows

Carla was joined by French-Algerian former model and documentary filmmaker Farida Khelfa, left, and attended both YSL and Mugler shows, right

The mum of two was radiant and sporting a natural makeup look that emphasized her healthy glow, pictured

The mum of two was radiant and sporting a natural makeup look that emphasized her healthy glow, pictured

Accompanied by her friend Farida, left, Carla donned a jumpsuit that was fastened around the waist with a leather belt

Accompanied by her friend Farida, left, Carla donned a jumpsuit that was fastened around the waist with a leather belt

French former President Nicolas Sarkozy, pictured, is waiting to be asked if he should spend six months in prison after he was found guilty during his corruption trial in March

French former President Nicolas Sarkozy, pictured, is waiting to be asked if he should spend six months in prison after he was found guilty during his corruption trial in March

Prosecutors have demanded a six-month prison sentence, as well as a six-month suspended sentence and a fine of 3,750 euros. Sarkozy denies guilt.

He is accused of spending almost double the legal maximum of 22.5 million euros on the reelection bid he lost to socialist Francois Hollande.

On March 1, Sarkozy was found guilty of corruption and influence in another case. He has appealed against that verdict.

In addition to the former president, 13 other people are on trial, including members of his conservative Republican party, accountants and heads of the communications group responsible for organizing the rallies, called Bygmalion.

They are charged with forgery, breach of trust, fraud and complicity in illegal campaign finance.

Some have already admitted wrongdoing and detailed the false billing system designed to cover up overspending.

Always on trend, Carla, on the right wore a curtain pony with wavy locks, and as a crystal pendant to add some mystical charm to the outfit

Always on trend, Carla, on the right wore a curtain pony with wavy locks, and as a crystal pendant to add some mystical charm to the outfit

The former first lady, pictured, looked relaxed and cheerful, despite waiting to be told whether her husband Nicolas Sarkozy will face six months in prison following his corruption conviction.

The former first lady, pictured, looked relaxed and cheerful, despite waiting to be told whether her husband Nicolas Sarkozy will face six months in prison following his corruption conviction.

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