Willow Smith marked the launch of her new collaboration with Prada on Monday with a performance at London's Tottenham Court Road tube station.
The set, which coincided with the release of the luxury brand's Linea Rossa range for autumn/winter 2019, took place just outside the entrance of the Central Line - "London's own Linea Rossa", or red line, a representative for the label noted.
The 18-year-old daughter of Will and Jada Pinkett-Smith played the guitar and sang a few ballads for commuters while sporting a bright pink Prada ensemble which comprised of sports trousers, a turtleneck top and puffer jacket, which she paired with black sneakers.
"Unexpected by the audience. Unannounced. @OfficialWillow makes her way to the Central Red Line on the London’s Tube to do something that has never been done before," Prada officials tweeted before the set.
"Completely unexpected by the audience, raw and spontaneous, this moment was a celebration of the transient nature of our real life experiences, the performance of the everyday," bosses at the brand shared on the photo-sharing site, alongside an image of the star.
Footage shared by Willow on her Instagram Stories showed her surrounded by a crowd of commuters recording the set on their phones during her performance.
The collection was first showcased at Prada men's and women's show in Milan this January and combines functional and stylish pieces made from sustainable items.
The unannounced appearance comes months after the release of the Whip My Hair hitmaker's album Willow in July.
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