Pix Of The Day

Faux Zoolander models rule the Valentino runway at Paris Fashion Week

Faux Zoolander models rule the Valentino runway at Paris Fashion Week

Derek Zoolander (Ben Stiller) and Hansel (Owen Wilson) walk the runway at the Valentino Fashion Show during Paris Fashion Week
Derek Zoolander (Ben Stiller), left, and Hansel (Owen Wilson) rule the runway at the Valentino fall fashion show. Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images For Paramount Pictures
Derek Zoolander (Ben Stiller), Anna Wintour and Hansel (Owen Wilson) backstage at Valentino show in Paris
Backstage, Zoolander and Hansel posed with Vogue editor Anna Wintour, center. Instagram/Valentino
Zoolander models Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson walk runway at Valentino show at Paris Fashion Week
Zoolander and Hansel walk the dual runway at the end of the Valentino fashion show. Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images For Paramount Pictures
Derek Zoolander (Ben Stiller) and Hansel (Owen Wilson) walk the runway at the Valentino Fashion Show during Paris Fashion Week
Derek Zoolander (Ben Stiller), Anna Wintour and Hansel (Owen Wilson) backstage at Valentino show in Paris
Zoolander models Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson walk runway at Valentino show at Paris Fashion Week

Our Pix of the Day comes from Paris where Derek Zoolander and Hansel surprised onlookers at the end of the ultra-chic Valentino fall fashion show by walking down the dual runway, stopped at the end with their signature "Blue Steel" pose.

Actually actors Ben Stiller and Dallas native Owen Wilson were reprising their roles in a sequel to the classic 2001 comedy, Zoolander, in which Stiller plays a dimwitted top male fashion model who is ousted by a rising star (Wilson).

According to reports, the actors made a quick exit after the show without talking to the press.

Zoolander 2 is currently filming in Rome, with a February 2016 release planned.

Valentino creative directors Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli told Women's Wear Daily that the actors came up with the stunt. "We said, 'Why not?',"  Chiuri said.

“We love fashion. We think that we have to have fun. I mean, that’s what fashion is for,” Picciloi said. “We work seriously, but we don’t take everything so seriously. It’s something different.”