The 'Eurovision Song Contest' winner took to the catwalk at Haute Couture Fashion Week in Paris yesterday (09.07.14) to mark the end of the French designer's show.
The bearded beauty - who rose to fame after winning the singing competition with her rendition of power ballad 'Rise Like a Phoenix' earlier this year - joined the likes of Dita Von Teese, Rossy de Palma, Beth Ditto and Madonna to become the latest unconventional icon to close a Jean Paul Gaultier show.
The 62-year-old designer dressed Wurst - who is the alter ego of 25-year-old Thomas Neuwirth - as a dark and sultry bride in a stunning oriental-inspired gown, false eyelashes and hairline jewels for the catwalk finale.
Jean Paul told The Independent newspaper: ''I met Conchita two years ago she came to one of my couture shows. I loved her look and when I heard that she will represent Austria for the Eurovision Song Contest, I was delighted. When she won I was crazy with joy.
''I always say that beauty is difference and Conchita has shown us all that she is unstoppable. And she looks great in couture; she is a real couture woman.''
Meanwhile, at the time of the Eurovision competition, the famous drag artist dedicated her victory to equal rights, saying: ''This night is dedicated to everyone who believes in a future of peace and freedom. We are unity and we are unstoppable.
''I share the opinion that this was not a victory just for me but for the people who believe in a future that works without discrimination and is based on tolerance and respect. This transcends borders.''
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