Paris Couture Week is officially underway and with that comes a week of the world’s most fabulous ‘fits, street style standouts and opulent afterparties.
From our favourite fashion moguls donning Dior to Schiaparelli’s bevy of stars sitting front row, here are just a few of our favourite street style looks thus far from this season…
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The new fiancé of Ed Westwick donned a striking Viktor & Rolf ensemble to the brand’s couture show.
Lauren Santo Domingo
Style icon Lauren Santo Domingo donned a typically French black beret, paired with a trench coat and leather boots, outside the Chanel show.
Tamara Kalinic donned an all-blue ensemble to attend the Fendi Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2024 show. Pairing her baby blue trench, turtleneck and shoes with a cream midi skirt and black sunglasses.
Opting for a bold-coloured look, Zita d’Hauteville chose to bring a little bit of spice to the Fendi front show. Wearing a red, cream and brown block-coloured jacket and skirt, the influencer layered a baby blue knit underneath and paired the look with snakeskin print boots.
Bettina Looney opted for this PFW’s most trending hair accessory- the thick jersey headband, pairing the accessory with a double blazer, brown leather pants, Fendi heels and a mini bag in a vibrant red shade.
Iryna Thater was the epitome of quiet luxury chic at Fendi’s show. The ‘it’ girl wore an all-black outfit with pops of caramel brown.
Fashion It-girl Xenia Adonts pulled up to the Schiaparelli show wearing a full look from the brand. The off-the-shoulder velvet gown was complete with a hair-like trim and gold accents.
Cindy Kimberly came to play with the cutest, most on-trend outfit I have ever seen. Pairing a plunging neck bow mini dress in bright red, the fashion guru went all out for the Viktor & Rolf show, completing her look with red lipstick kisses all over her face.
Channelling her inner Barbie, Mara Lafontan opted for a full pink outfit to attend the Viktor & Rolf show, complete with a pink-hued lollipop.
Certified cool girl Chloe Lecareux kept things office chic with an oversized blazer, transparent specs, a white button up and opaque tights.
Proving that buttery yellow tones are bang on trend for spring, Rose Bertram wore the cutest mini dress with a chest cutout and bow accent for the Viktor & Rolf show. She paired her cute mini with knee-high black boots and a pair of sunglasses.
Araya A. Hargate
Keeping things simple and chic, Araya A. Hargate chose to don a long white shirt with a singular black bow accent, black trousers, platform heels, bold gold earrings and a pair of sunglasses to attend the Viktor & Rolf show.
Bow girlies can rest assured that the famed trend is here to stay. Gkay sported the cutest black mini dress with electric blue bows and lilac cuffs, blue tights and gold heels.
Candela Novembre wore a divine houndstooth coat and itty bitty Chanel bag, a pair of sunglasses and delicate diamante earrings to attend the Chanel show.
Donning a colourful ensemble to attend the Chanel show, Veronika Heilbrunner proves that sad girl beige is out and vibrant hues are in for 2024.
Monica de La Villardiere
Another Chanel guest chose to spice up the gloomy winter day with a bright purple-toned ‘fit, complete with a shearling bucket hat.
Model Off Duty
Spotted en route to the Chanel show, this model channelled big mob wife energy in all the right ways.
Kelsey Merritt wears the most trending PFW hair accessory with black leather shorts, tights, a mini Chanel bag, a white blouse and embellished tweed jacket outside Chanel’s Haute Couture show.
Ama Lou attends the Chanel Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2024 show in a multi-coloured cape, blue jeans and a white blouse. Ama made sure that on-lookers knew she was a bow girly, securing her casual yet very chic look with a large velvet bow accessory perfectly placed around her neck.
Thassia Naves made sure to stop Parisian traffic earlier today. Wearing a bold red plunging neckline gown with white art-deco style detailing, so far this is the most colourful look we’ve seen.
Now this is a look that’s going straight to the top of my outfit inspo board. The fashion muse kept her outfit classic for the Dior show, choosing to sport a pleated skirt, puffer jacket and trench coat all in the same sandy hue. She paired the look with a Dior saddle bag, black tights and loafers with bold gold buckles.
Spotted outside the Dior show wearing the chicest all-black ensemble, Bettina Looney channelled French girl femme in all the right ways. She paired a midi length pleated skirt with a black blouse complete with an oversized bow neck tie, a Dior bag and a pair of strappy kitten heel pumps with pearl embellishments.
Nailing the Schiaparelli dress code, Heart Evangelista wore a full Schiaparelli look, choosing to spice things up and match her itty bitty gold micro bag to her outfit’s gold hardware.
Anna Dello Russo
Looking chicer than ever, Anna Dello Russo wore the most opulent fitted black Schiaparelli coat, fastened with eclectic gold buttons. She paired her look with giant keyhole earrings and a matching oversized necklace, encrusted with diamantes.
It seems no pants are officially a fashion thing once again. Tamara Kalinic chose to sport her tiny black shorts with a pair of opaque tights, a black heel, a white ruffled blouse and a longline black cardigan embellished with lime green embroidery to attend the Giambattista Valli Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2024 show.
Valentina Ferragni proved that an all-beige look needn’t be boring and bland. Spicing up her cropped sweater and maxi skirt combo, she added the most divine choker necklace over the top of the turtleneck sweater and added a matching gold accented bag.
Supermodel, mum and Kode With Klossy founder, Karlie Kloss showed up to the Schiaparelli moments before she was set to walk the runway in the most iconic model off-duty ‘fit (technically she was on duty tho). Karlie wore a navy blue and white striped suit with a black overcoat and oval sunglasses.
Opting for a cosy yet chic teddy bear-core ensemble, Leonie Hanne chose to don the most luscious-looking two-piece set with a velvet turtleneck, matching black headband, striking red handbag and oversized gold earrings.
Soo Joo Park
Soo Joo Park also channelled her inner Blair Waldorf for her Schiaparelli show look, donning a thick black headband with giant drop-down earrings, the most beautiful bustier corset I have ever seen, a black maxi skirt, a structured overcoat with gold accents and a divinely comical handbag.
It’s with great excitement that I confirm wearing no pants is still classed high fashion. She wore itty bitty black shorts (or underwear) over a pair of opaque black tights, stiletto heels, the most divine cream peplum jacket, a micro Lady Dior handbag, a black fishnet veiled cocktail hat, all tied together with the addition of some racer-girl black wrap-around sunglasses.