An Unusual Cat Woman: See how she looked before and after plastic surgery…

At New York Fashion Week (NYFW) earlier this month, Jocelyn Wildenstein made a rare public appearance and posed for pictures alongside Bella Hadid and Kate Moss.

The 82-year-old socialite, known as “catwoman,” attended the Fendi show at the fashion conference, which took place from September 9 to September 14.

The mother-of-two, who was given her nickname for having what some people considered to be feline traits, has recently begun posting pictures from the event to her Instagram account.

Yesterday, she used the platform to post a picture of herself with the model Bella, 25, and the 55-year-old fashion designer Lloyd Klein, who is rumored to be Jocelyn’s fiance.

Jocelyn, who was wed to the late billionaire Alec Wildenstein from 1978 to 1999, was spotted with curls in her hair and wearing a black dress. She also had heavy makeup on.

In the image, Bella, who walked the catwalk for Fendi during NYFW, appeared to be donning a black jacket, while Lloyd was sporting a baseball cap and a black suit.

Jocelyn, who is the mother of two children by her deceased ex-husband, has posted further images from her trip to the fashion show in New York earlier this month on social media.

Another image from the event shows supermodel Kate Moss, 48, and Amber Valletta, both 48, standing with Jocelyn, Lloyd, and Bella in a bigger group.

The picture also featured fashion designer Kim Jones, 49, who was dressed in a beige sweater and cream-colored slacks. Kate and Amber were both seen wearing light-colored gowns in the image.

Jocelyn has long been linked to cosmetic surgery and is best known for both her outspoken divorce from her ex-husband Alec and her outwardly attractive appearance.

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Although she has occasionally denied surgery rumors, in 2018 she told Paper magazine that allegations of her cosmetic procedures had been blown out of proportion because of her divorce.

However, she has argued over the years that her “feline features” are her mother’s eye shape, suggesting that her ‘feline traits’ are hereditary rather than the consequence of surgery.

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