This week Atlanta Comic Con announced that Norman Reedus would be among their long list of Walking Dead guests, which is exciting because it is his first con appearance in about four years. Now, fans have the pleasure of seeing him on the runway in Yohji Yamamoto's Paris fashion show.
The 22-minute-long show can be viewed below, with Reedus showcasing two outfits from Yohji Yamamoto's Autumn Winter 2024-25 collection. This occurred on the same day his fiancee Diane Kruger was on the runway for AMI Alexandre Mattiussi, also in Paris.
In the past, Reedus has modeled for Prada, Alessandro Dell'Acqua, Durban, Levi's, Lexus, and Morgenthal Fredrics. In 2015, he shared the story on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
of how Annie Leibovitz accidentally made him a model. Leibovitz was on the set of Six Ways to Sunday, where she shot some images of Reedus, which she showed someone at Prada. It came down to him and Nicolas Cage for a campaign for the brand, and when Reedus was told, he asked, "What's Prada?" He got the gig, they sent him to Paris and gave him some clothes. He said it was a fun experience. He has also starred in several music videos.
The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon
In 2024, Reedus will be featured in the second season of The Walking Dead spinoff as the character Daryl Dixon. This season, he will be joined by Melissa McBride, who reprises her role as Carol Peletier.
The first season of The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon chronicled Daryl's involuntary journey to France, where he meets many new people who need his help. He puts aside his main objective of returning home to assist a group known as The Union of Hope, who believe a young boy will lead humanity's revival.
The upcoming second season, subtitled The Book of Carol, will continue Daryl's story while adding Carol's search for him. The first season reveals that before leaving for France, Daryl told Carol he would return in a week. When he didn't show, Carol headed to Maine, his last known location, in search of him.
Don't miss The Walking Dead: Daryl Dixon - The Book of Carol in 2024.