They tied the knot in a shock Vegas wedding on May 1, straight after they attended the Billboard Awards together.
And newlyweds Sophie Turner, 23, and Joe Jonas, 29, led the stars at Louis Vuitton’s 2020 Cruise show held at JFK Airport’s newly renovated TWA terminal in NYC Wednesday.
The couple were pictured enjoying a tender moment backstage as they joined a host of A-listers who hit the tarmac for the haute couture festivities, before heading to the MoMa for an afterparty.
Sweet: Sophie Turner enjoyed a tender moment backstage with her new husband Joe Jonas as they led the stars at Louis Vuitton’s fashionable Cruise 2020 show in New York at JFK airport Wednesday night
Game Of Throne star Sophie was a vision in a multi-patterned LV top which was cinched at the center with a black and white sash.
Red leather trousers added a vivid touch, along with a retro luggage inspired purse. She put on classic shoes as a finishing touch
Sophie brushed her strawberry blonde hair back into a textured ponytail while cloaking her eyes with a ring of dark liner and shadow.
Joe provided an understated contrast, donning a muscle hugging black turtleneck with a chain detail. Neutral slacks completed the look.
Chain of love: Joe provided an understated contrast, donning a muscle hugging black turtleneck with a chain detail
What a pair: The DNCE singer sat besides a green-lipped Willow Smith, who flashed her abs in a bra top and high-waisted trousers
VIPs: The couple sat in the FROW, flanked by fellow stars, such as Willow (right) and Riley Keough, (left)
Fancy seeing you here: Sophie and Joe caught up with Alicia Vikander (centre) at the fashion forward event
Pals: Sophie was later spotted walking with friend Nina Dobrev as they left the star-studded fashion show together
Emma Stone was striking in an emerald green turtleneck with a subtle sheen.
She tucked her top into high waisted khaki trousers with a geometric belt, rounding things out with classic stilettos and a little purse.
The crimson-locked talent swept her hair to one side, letting a pair of mismatched earrings dangle from each of her lobes.
A-list: Alicia Vikander, Jennifer Connelly, Michelle Williams, Emma Stone, Lea Seydoux and Cate Blanchett gathered together
Stylish couple: The duo were later spotted leaving the elusive fashion event after posing up a storm inside
Mean green: Emma Stone was striking in an emerald green turtleneck with a subtle sheen
Detail oriented: The crimson-locked talent swept her hair to one side, letting a pair of mismatched earrings dangle from each of her lobes
Plum look! A hint of plum shadow touched Emma’s eyes. Above she’s seen with Alicia Vikander
Two of a kind! Emma joined forces with fellow A-lister Cate Blanchett for a photo
Stand out: Jennifer Connelly turned heads in a swirling fuchsia and cerulean look with ruffles around the collar and capping each sleeve
Drop it like it’s hot: Her look transitioned down to a flirty drop waist skirt, all cinched at the center with a new wave-evocative belt buckle
Jennifer Connelly turned heads in a swirling fuchsia and cerulean look with ruffles around the collar and capping each sleeve.
Her look transitioned down to a flirty drop waist skirt, all cinched at the center with a new wave-evocative belt buckle.
The Only The Brave actress added attitude with a pair of pointy patent leather boots with slick stiletto heels.
Checking all the boxes: Julianne Moore stunned in a checker-sleeved blouse backed with Kelly green faux fur and a shimmering silver pencil skirt
Julianne Moore stunned in a checker-sleeved blouse backed with Kelly green faux fur and a shimmering silver pencil skirt. Making her look ready-made for the setting, she accessorized with a classic LV monogrammed piece of mini-luggage.
Cate Blanchett looked radiant, rocking a timeless leather jacket with slouchy trousers that featured gold hardware.
Willow Smith proved she was leading the next generation of fashionistas as she sauntered into the affair wearing a tuxedo-inspired vest over a bra-top and high-waisted trousers.
Making it clear she was not to be ignored, the second-generation celebrity added poison green lips and flicks of white eyeliner.
All black everything: Cate Blanchett and Willow Smith cut fashionable figures in head-to-toe black ensembles
Seeing green: Alicia Vikander was pretty in a green floral pattern
Black and white: Karlie Kloss was classic in a monochrome look with silver grid scattered on the edges
Karlie Kloss was classic in a monochrome look with silver grid scattered on the edges. Little lace up boots and a boxy bag completed her look.
Riverdale beauty Madeline Petsch expertly clashed patterns while clad in double-breasted plaid vest over a striped blouse and cheetah-print bike shorts.
Justin Theroux proved his place at the top of men’s fashion wearing an LV peacoat along with a chain-adorned top and dark jeans.
Michelle Williams dazzled in a sequin-heavy collared dress worn with pointy patent Mary-Janes and a little baguette purse.
Looking good: Madeline Petsch proved she was an expert at clashing patterns while Justin Theroux made his mark in the realm of men’s fashion
Shining star: Michelle Williams dazzled in a sequin-heavy collared dress worn with pointy patent Mary-Janes and a little baguette purse.
Star power: Justin Theroux and Michelle Williams sat next to each other in the front row
The lady is a vamp: Nina Dobrev provided drama with her architecturally sleeved dress while model Natalia Vodianova
Chicness: Ruth Negga posed with creative director Nicolas Ghesquiere ahead of the event
They were the pants! Mark Ronson and Lea Seydoux were stylish in trousered looks from the line
Brand fans: Tracy Morgan and wife Megan Wollover arrived in style
Influencer: Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour was naturally on hand at the star-studded fashion event
Louis Vuitton’s cruise show transported guests back in time as it showcased flashy 1980s-inspired outfits in a decidedly retro venue: the spacey, once-abandoned TWA terminal at JFK Airport.
The white concrete and glass structure, with its smooth curves invoking an aircraft from the future, was as much a draw as the designs by Louis Vuitton creative director Nicolas Ghesquière. Designed by Finnish architect Eero Saarinen, the terminal was a sensation when it debuted in the early 1960s and is on the National Register of Historic Places. It was closed in 2001 when the TWA airline shut down but is getting a new life and is set to reopen next week as an attraction that includes a hotel, shopping and restaurants.
For the show, the inside was transformed into a tropical oasis overflowing with tropical foliage that stretched even into the bathrooms; the centerpiece staircase above was made even more dramatic amid a sea of green, while retro signs including an old school flight departure board hung above.
Retro: Louis Vuitton’s cruise show transported guests back in time as it showcased flashy 1980s-inspired outfits in a decidedly retro venue: the spacey, once-abandoned TWA terminal at JFK Airport
Blast from the past: Ghesquière seemed to be inspired by the glamour of the 1980s
Actress attendee Jennifer Connelly said the terminal was among the reasons she came out Wednesday night, telling AP: ‘It’s bold and innovative. There’s nothing that looks quite like it.’
But for this show, Ghesquière seemed to be inspired by the glamour of the 1980s; models walked down the expansive two-level runway in satin-like miniskirts accented with a billowing top layer; a white leather jacket that had black lower sleeves with a checkered print looked like it could have fit in any video from the early days or MTV.
One black suit dress with pinstripes had its shoulders cut out, so there were no shoulder pads, but the piece gave a nod to the 80s with its poofy sleeves. And several skirts had the ribbon pattern of the era. Helmet-like headwear was paired with richly patterned dresses for fierce contrast.
The collection had a fall feel, with plenty of leather jackets, skirts and coats, but also pieces that mixed materials, like a blue, white and black leather jacket that transformed into a flowing gold material at the chest.
There of course were also the Louis Vuitton famous bags, including clutches and one that was electronic with images flashing on it, yet another eye-catching moment of the evening.
Protect ya neck: Helmet-like headwear was paired with richly patterned dresses for fierce contrast
Text-ure me back! Velvet, satin brocade, and smooth linen all combined to fabulous effect