Selena Gomez was one of the celebrities that flew off to France to attend the 2016 Paris Fashion Week. The singer’s stay in the City of Love was quite memorable since she experienced being stuck in an elevator, as well as given reporters and fans a peek at her undergarments due to two wardrobe malfunction incidents.

The “Good For You” crooner rocked different looks during her stay in France for the prestigious fashion event. Two of her fashion ensembles bared a lot of skin with plunging necklines, short skirts and thigh-high slits. One was a risqué black dress that had a plunging neckline that reached almost to her navel and revealed a lot of cleavage. The dress also had a very high slit that showcased Gomez’s legs, according to Entertainment Tonight.

The former Disney star was also spotted wearing a street-style look with a denim mini-skirt and a long-sleeved skin-tight black top. Gomez’s top featured a laced-up design at the front that bared the singer’s cleavage and showed off a lot of skin. She partnered her mini-skirt and revealing top with black over-the-knee boots with a peep-toe feature and a star design on each heel.

However, the singer’s somewhat risqué yet stylish fashion choices during her Paris trip was met with two wardrobe malfunctions. Gomez accidentally flashed her undergarments while enjoying the sights and sounds of Paris, New York Daily News reported. The first was when she wore the denim mini-skirt ensemble, where her underwear was revealed as she alighted from a vehicle. The second was when the middle part her black dress with the very high slit appeared to have come undone during a night-out in Paris. It accidentally revealed Gomez’s undergarments, according to the same report.

Meanwhile, apart from wardrobe malfunctions, Gomez and some of her friends were also stuck in a Paris elevator. The “Hands to Myself” singer even shared a quick video of the incident on Twitter. “That time we got stuck in an elevator in Paris...,” she wrote on the social media site. Fortunately, Gomez and the other occupants safely made it out of the elevator.