Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas have been dating for almost two years and engaged for one, but somehow, until this week, they had never walked a red carpet together. It was probably worth the wait, though, since they chose the perfect event to break this dry spell: the Louis Vuitton show at Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday evening (October 2), People reports.
The pair went all out for their red carpet walk, sporting coordinating outfits and sticking close to each other’s sides all night. Turner wore a velvet black shirt with a gold design and a tie-front waist, a gray miniskirt, black leather thigh-high boots, and a gray handbag. Jonas, meanwhile, dressed up in a black mock-neck shirt under a crisply tailored gray suit.
After their fashionable night out, the lovebirds both took to Instagram to celebrate making it red carpet official. Turner posted a photo of the pair at dinner, with Jonas pulling her close and kissing the side of her head, writing, “With my love in Paris.” Jonas posted the same pic, plus another in which he’s facing the camera, and captioned the set with the French flag and red heart emojis.
This month marks one year since the lovebirds announced their engagement. And it might be a bit longer before they actually walk down the aisle, since Jonas recently shared that they’re not in any rush to tie the knot, choosing instead to prioritize exploring the world together. “We’ve been trying to take some time off while running around Europe. It’s been really exciting to play shows here in the summer, when people are out and about and the energy is top-notch. So right now, as far as down-time for us, we’re just being tourists,” he told The Evening Standard in June.
Turner, too, seems pretty content with staying engaged for the foreseeable future. “I’m still like, ‘Holy sh*t! I’m engaged,'” she told Marie Claire earlier this year. “It’s lovely to be engaged. Not like I achieved anything, but I found my person, like I’d find a house that I love and want to stay in forever. There’s a sense of peace that comes with finding your person. But there’s a drive that comes with your career.”