AceShowbiz - Solange Knowles brought the house down as she closed Humberto Leon and Carol Lim's last-ever show for Kenzo in Paris on Sunday, June 23.
The 31-year-old composed the musical score for the fashion show, and performed her song "I'm a Witness" before walking down the runway with her orchestra to greet the designers for the final bow.
Lim took to Instagram to heap praise on the sister of superstar Beyonce Knowles by sharing side-by-side snaps of her at their debut Kenzo presentation in 2011 and their final one.
In the caption, she wrote: "You have been with me and @humberto at @kenzo from the beginning! Thank you Solange @saintrecords for being there then and now and for making tonight a moment in cultural history!!! (love) you forever and always."
Earlier this month, the duo announced they were stepping down as creative directors of the French luxury house after eight years, and Leon shared footage of the pair running down a hallway at the AccorHotels Arena before the show, writing: "Running with my partner in crime for the last @kenzo show in Paris!!!!".
In the comments, the Opening Ceremony founders received praise from fellow designer Marc Jacobs, who called them "inspiring in so many ways", with famous faces including Chance the Rapper and "Russian Doll" actress Natasha Lyonne also sending congratulatory messages.
Solange will head to the U.K. next month where she will headline the first night at London's Lovebox Festival - three months after she was forced to cancel her set at Coachella due to production delays. The 2019 Lovebox Festival will take place at the capital's Gunnersbury Park on July 12 - 13.