Making their way to the fantastical shows of Haute Couture day 3 were streams of celebrities and influencers sporting an array of fun and stylish looks. From the all-black elegant fits’ at Valentino’s ‘Anatomy of Couture’ show to the diva-style looks which matched the bold energy of Jean Paul Gaultier’s show, here are our favourites:
French singer, Bilal Hassani, arrived for Jean Paul Gaultier’s show in a lilac satin puffer-style dress. On her way to the show, Bilal covered the dress with a rolled-collar jacket and beige rimmed shades. Comments on Bilal’s Instagram post humorously compared her look to “a park avenue mom dropping off her kids”, a fitting look for a show as extravagant as Gaultier’s.
Self-proclaimed fashion addict Fredrik Robertson did not take Valentino’s all-black dress code lightly. Wearing Swedish fashion designer Wilhja, Robertson rocked an immense, (definitely not little) black dress. The ruffled dress was paired with black visors and an evening bag coated in silver studs. The punk rock look matched the show’s ethos of redefining couture.
Fashion label owner Amina owned Haute Couture Day 3 in a bright pink hooded bodysuit under a figure-hugging corset in a translucent red shade. The star posted snaps of her iconic look in a trippy mirror-filled room, adding to the look’s allure and unique style.
If there’s anyone we can rely on to always have a 10/10 look at fashion week, it’s high fashion blogger Caroline Daur. Swapping trousers for gloves; the German beauty sported an oversized black shirt with lengthy gloves and a classic Valentino bag in a sunshine yellow shade to add a pop of colour to the all-black theme.
After a busy week on the front row of designer’s shows, Wang took to sightseeing on the streets of Paris wearing a two-toned green and white dress. The look was pulled together by a chunky gold belly chain and even chunkier barbie pink heels. A look as elegant and timeless as the Parisian monuments she posed outside of.
While fashion blogger, Leonie Hanne, couldn’t make fashion week this year, she posted a reel to her Instagram as an ode to her favourite Valentino looks of the past months to celebrate the fashion house’s show. Hanne collated an array of colourful looks such as a 1920s style art-deco dress and loose blazer/ pant duos in bright pink and green. In the heartfelt post’s comments, the blogger said she “cried watching Valentino’s show in bed”- a similar response to the one we had while watching her stunning reel.
Artist Yendry arrived at the Jean Paul Gaultier show in a fresh and futuristic look. Yendry’s dress mimicked the legendary body-shaped perfume bottles which Gaultier is known for. The figure-hugging dress was grey with graphics of the female anatomy on the front.
Words by Olivia Booth
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