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Snapchat Blessed Fashionistas All Over The World With A Paris Fashion Week Story

FOMO IS REAL.

There's no denying Snapchat is your new favourite app. C'mon, we know you're snapping those nights out on the dance floor, your Sunday brunch with the girls and your daily workout routines.

But lets be real. Snapchat = FOMO (Fear of missing out, FYI).

For all of us whose Paris Fashion Week invitations got lost in the mail, Snapchat blessed us with a live story this past weekend. Entitled, "Fashion Week Invite Only," the app, famously known for its vanishing 10 second videos and pics, saw the world's top supermodels and editors taking over the city of love through their iPhones.

From Gigi and Kendall's BFF selfie to Balmain's #squadgoals, we take a look at some of the PFW highlights as documented on Snapchat.

Jenner and Hadid looking like perfection backstage. Seriously, these BFFs are a powerhouse item.

Rousteing was only 25 (!!) when he was appointed head of Balmain's design team in 2011.

Models rocking out backstage at Rick Owens. Don't get whip lash before hitting the catwalk, ladies!

It's the queen of the Kardashian-Jenner kingdom! Obvs at PFW supporting her daughter, Kendall.

The making of Dior's landslide of lavender flowers, which became the walls of the show at Cour Carrée du Louvre.

This model looks uber chic taking a motorbike to the next show across town.

Spotted: Anna Wintour.

Snapped at Rick Owen's show. Behold, the human backpack. Err.

#SQUADGOALS backstage at Balmain.

And last but not least...

Kendall Jenner trapped in a fashionable fish bowl (filter).

Basically, this Twitter user said what we were all thinking while watching the story...*sigh*

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