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Salma Abu Deif Embodies the Punk Spirit of the Valentino Act Collection at Cairo’s Cinema Radio

Salma Abu Deif Embodies the Punk Spirit of the Valentino Act Collection at Cairo’s Cinema Radio

Salma Abu Deif wears sweater, skirt, Valentino; Rockstud Alcove box bag, boots, earrings, Valentino Garavani. Photographed by Amina Zaher for Vogue Arabia September 2021
When creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli staged his Valentino Act Collection at Milan’s Piccolo Teatro, he dubbed it “a sort of a punk act.” Indeed, reopening the iconic theater temporarily for a show after it was closed to the public due to the pandemic was a bold move, and the collection certainly called for one.
Cape, dress, polo neck, Valentino; Roman Stud bag, Rockstud Alcove shoes, earrings, Valentino Garavani. Photographed by Amina Zaher for Vogue Arabia September 2021
For the Italian fashion house’s FW21 line, the designer set aside his usual fluorescent color palette to embrace black and white with only hints of color, and brutally shortened silhouettes as if slashed with scissors. Think pleated skirts of new proportions, capes evolved from peacoats and jackets, and evening dresses held together with ribbons.
Cape, sweater, shirt, polo neck, skirt, Valentino; Stud Sign bag, earrings, Valentino Garavani. Photographed by Amina Zaher for Vogue Arabia September 2021
Cape, sweater, shirt, polo neck, skirt, Valentino; Stud Sign bag, earrings, Valentino Garavani. Photographed by Amina Zaher for Vogue Arabia September 2021
The use of overlapping nets, lace, and intensely worked surfaces enables the skin to be momentarily uncovered and veiled. As a nod to Valentino’s punk and romantic aesthetic, an increased number of studs featured on the toe of pumps, on Valentino Garavani Rockstud bags, and in the form of accumulations of rubber petals on the Atelier Valentino Garavani boots.
Dress, Valentino; Stud Sign bag, shoes, earrings, Valentino Garavani. Photographed by Amina Zaher for Vogue Arabia September 2021
Sweater, shirt, polo neck, skirt, Valentino; Rockstud Alcove shoes, earrings, Valentino Garavani. Photographed by Amina Zaher for Vogue Arabia September 2021
To embody this spirit of the collection, Vogue Arabia and Valentino enlisted Salma Abu Deif, who is known for her remarkable style and passion for acting. The Egyptian actor was filmed in key looks from the Valentino Act Collection at the Cinema Radio, Cairo’s very own historic theater not unlike the Piccolo Teatro di Milano.
Dress, Valentino; Stud Sign bag, shoes, earrings, Valentino Garavani. Photographed by Amina Zaher for Vogue Arabia September 2021
Dress, Valentino; Stud Sign bag, Valentino Garavani. Photographed by Amina Zaher for Vogue Arabia September 2021
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Video Director/DOP: Muhammad Gamal El-dinAD/Steady cam: Mahmoud SalamaGaffer: Mahmoud TotiPost-production: Hue StudioStyle: Yasmine EissaHair: Ahmed MounirMakeup: Sally RashidSet design: Noor SautéFabrics: Salem Alta ModaSenior fashion market editor: Amine JreissatiProduction: Danica Zivkovic, Nirvana Bebars at DigitentPhotography assistant: Malak El ArabyStyle assistant: Mohamed AshrafProduction assistants: Ramy Tarek, Omar AllamModel: Salma Abu DeifWith special thanks to Al Ismaelia, Downtown Cairo, and Dakhli West El Balad for Cinema Radio

The Most Viral Fashion Moments of the Summer So Far

The Most Viral Fashion Moments of the Summer So Far

From Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid returning to the runway at Jacquemus to Balenciaga breaking the internet, and Pyer Moss’s debut at haute couture week — here’s your recap of this summer’s highlights.
Kendall Jenner. Photo: Courtesy of Jacquemus
It’s official: summer is here (for the northern hemisphere at least), and in fashion, there’s been no shortage of fiery hot moments. If anything, it appears as though everyone has stepped up their game on the sensational and experiential front, be it virtual or in real life. 
From Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid returning to the runway at Jacquemus to Balenciaga’s mesmerising haute couture show that broke the internet and Pyer Moss’s history-making debut on the FHCM calendar, which celebrated Black invention — this summer was full of explosive, creative brilliance and the kind of joyous spectacles that we’re all in dire need of. 
In case you missed any, here are the biggest fashion moments you need to know from this summer, so far. 
1. Dior Men artistic director Kim Jones collaborated with rapper Travis Scott on a sublime collection

With a knack for collaborations that are bang on the zeitgeist, Kim Jones joined forces with gen-Z idol Travis Scott for SS22. Inspired by Scott’s personal style (clock the Cactus Jack motif from the rapper’s self-founded record label across Dior pieces) and the maison’s signature house codes, expect to see modern-day icons across the globe wearing these looks in the coming months.
2. Kendall Jenner and Bella Hadid returned to the runway for a star-studded Jacquemus show

For his first real-life spectacle since the start of the pandemic, French designer Simon Porte Jacquemus called upon his supermodel friends to walk his runway show — titled La Montagne — in a film studio on the outskirts of Paris. Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid, Adut Akech, Mona Tougaard and Jill Kortleve, among others, wore his skin-baring, see-now-buy-now looks inspired by skiwear and lingerie.
3. Marc Jacobs staged a triumphant comeback in New York

Pre-pandemic, Marc Jacobs’ shows were consistently a New York Fashion Week highlight, and so after a season absent from the official calendar, his off-schedule return marked a pivotal fashion moment. The result? A colourful and voluminous ode to happiness, inspiration and creativity. And, of course, a cast of new-gen supers such as Gigi Hadid, Kaia Gerber and Imaan Hammam, as well as a cameo from Miley Cyrus. 
4. Supermodel Karen Elson starred in the gloriously uplifting Lightning Strikes: The Moschino Musical
Photo: Marco Ovando
For Moschino’s Resort 2022 and menswear SS22, creative director Jeremy Scott called upon his friend and longtime muse, Karen Elson, to star in and collaborate on the music for a short film. The fun and utterly glamorous part-singing, part-dancing showcase is topped off with an electrifying original track from the British supermodel-turned-songstress called Lightning Strikes. 
5. Pieter Mulier brought the heat for his Alaïa debut

Since the announcement of Pieter Mulier’s appointment at Alaïa, there’s been speculation of whether he would be able to live up to the standard set by its legendary founder, the late Azzedine Alaïa, who sadly passed away in 2017. Thankfully, the Belgian-born creative director delivered beyond expectations with a collection that not only paid tribute to the hallowed house codes, but also brought a new energy that exuded pure, unadulterated sensual glamour. 
6. Balenciaga broke the internet with its first haute couture show in 53 years

For its first haute couture offering since 1968, Georgian fashion designer Demna Gvasalia went back to the maison’s roots and hosted a phenomenal show at the Balenciaga salon at 10 Avenue Georges V, Paris. And, to put it mildly, the fashion world went wild as feeds on every social media platform were flooded with looks and clips reposted from the few lucky editors who were present. Standout moments? Too many to choose from, but the hybrid ballgown and tailored trouser look or the dreamy tangerine skirt suit paired with an oversized Philip Treacy lampshade hat spring to mind. 
7. Sacai designer Chitose Abe remixed Jean Paul Gaultier’s greatest looks 

As the first guest designer at Jean Paul Gaultier (since Gaultier officially stepped down in January 2020), Chitose Abe of Sacai took on the legacy of the Parisian powerhouse for AW21 haute couture. The Japanese designer reinterpreted iconic codes such as sailor tops, pinstripes and corsets with her own signature touches — from hand-gathered pleats and deconstructed trench coats to hybrid constructed pieces. 
8. Pyer Moss celebrated Black invention with its inaugural couture collection

Pyer Moss designer Kerby Jean-Raymond made history as the first Black designer invited by France’s Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture to present on the official schedule. Shown at the historically significant estate of the US’s first female Black self-made millionaire Madam CJ Walker, the Pyer Moss collection was an extravagantly surreal ode to Black inventors of the past. 
9. Tomo Koizumi brought his organza confections to Kyoto

New-gen couturier Tomo Koizumi took Japan’s fashion pack to Kyoto’s iconic Nijō Castle for his annual collection showcase. And the clothes? “I wanted to challenge myself and make it more conceptual,” the designer told Vogue. This time, he opted to use organza made out of 100 per cent recycled plastic bottles spray painted in his signature bubblegum palette. 
10. Saint Laurent presented its macabre men’s show inside a living work of art

For his SS22 menswear collection show space, creative director Anthony Vaccarello commissioned American artist Doug Aitken to create an art installation that interacts with the landscape of Venice in concomitance with the Biennale of Architecture. During the show itself, models strutted through the prismatic, mirrored construction in Victorian-era, gothic-inspired tailoring that oozed rock’n’roll appeal. 
11. Valentino showed a breathtaking couture display of dreams at the Gaggiandre, Venice

Set in the iconic shipbuilding yard of Venice, Valentino’s creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli delivered yet another magnificent haute couture collection that paid tribute to the intricacies of fine art. Guests were asked to wear white as they were serenaded by British singer Cosima, while models sashayed in looks of vibrant colour and volume that were nothing short of delightful. 
12. Fendi delivered a cinematic short by director Luca Guadagnino and narrated by Kate Moss 

Creative director Kim Jones wanted to transport his audience to Rome via a film for his second couture collection for Fendi. Brought to life by Luca Guadagnino, director of Call Me By Your Name (2017), the short featured 1990s supermodels Amber Valletta, Christy Turlington, Paulina Porizkova and Kate Moss wearing intricately embroidered gowns in shades of taupe, rose and cream.
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Originally published on Vogue.co.uk

With Fairy Tale Ballgowns Back and Bigger, Will We See a Post-Pandemic Renaissance?

With Fairy Tale Ballgowns Back and Bigger, Will We See a Post-Pandemic Renaissance?

Giambattista Valli. Photo: Courtesy
When best actress nominee Cynthia Erivo stepped out for the virtual golden Globe awards in February wearing a luminous neon Valentino SS21 Haute Couture gown, towering silver platforms, and white leather gloves, she made it clear: while red carpet season might have changed, post-pandemic glamor had arrived. Pierpaolo Piccioli delivered another showstopper in April at the Oscars for best actress nominee Carey Mulligan, whose golden couture gown, embroidered with thousands of sequins, took 350 hours to create and further heralded the triumphant return of wide-skirted, OTT glitz.
1930 Screen Star Jean Harlow. Photographed by G. Rosson
After more than a year of WFH leggings, Zoom tops, and face masks, there has been a renewed appetite for joyful, optimistic, and event dresses that evoke a sense of occasion, says Libby Page, senior market editor at Net-A-Porter. “Bestselling brands include Zimmermann, Chloé, Valentino, and Alex Perry, all of whom showcased vibrant gowns and prints that are meant for a sense of occasion,” she adds. “We believe it is a result of the incredible optimism among our customers as they fall back in love with the joys of dressing up.” Buoyed by the global vaccine rollout and countries slowly opening up again to travel and socializing, audacious dressing is back in rotation.
Carey Mulligan at this year’s Oscars. Photo: Getty
A return to glamour after times of despair is nothing new – culture always responds to trauma, with fashion usually leading the way. The horrors of the first world war and the 1918 Spanish flu pandemic – collectively killing an almost unfathomable 70 million people – was followed by the Roaring Twenties, as if so much sadness could only be washed away with fringed flapper dresses, a daring bob hairstyle, and jazz. Everything came crashing down in 1929, followed by the Great Depression – which Hollywood answered with fur, diamonds, and sultry starlets like Vivien Leigh and Jean Harlow. In 1947, Christian Dior bid adieu to the austere fabrics and designs that characterized the 1930s and 1940s with his lush New Look, its acres of fabric signifying an end to rations and restraint.
Chanel Spring 2021 Couture. Photo: Courtesy of Chanel
The 2000s, however, have seen glamor slowly slip away in favor of street style and athleisure, reaching a fleece-lined nadir during the 2020 lockdowns. forget putting on a ballgown – the entire planet was barely putting on deodorant anymore. What even was the point? But fashion is about the future, even when it references the past. And the point is this: life, and hope, and beauty will always return. Those tracksuit bottoms might be cashmere but they can never compete with the sheer fantastical thrill of being enveloped in an unreasonable amount of tulle, silk, or taffeta. Where would Cinderella be without her gown? Still scrubbing the hearth, probably. Gowns are transformative and restorative – and our post-vaccine future is nothing if not full-on dazzling, with ballgowns taking center stage.
Menna Shalaby at the 2020 El Gouna Film Festival. Photo: Amina Zaher
For her recent ninth wedding anniversary celebrations, Lebanese fashion entrepreneur Karen Wazen Bakhazi stepped out in a neon yellow jacquard Dior gown, the classic silhouette punched up with a vivacious 2021 hue. “I wanted to wear something special to mark the occasion, with a feminine, princess-inspired mood,” she says. “I miss dressing up, and this was such a nice opportunity to wear a dress like this again! I love wearing gowns, they’re always my favourite thing to wear to mark special moments.” Designers both regionally and internationally have also started stepping away from passionless practicality to show revived ballgowns, including Oscar de la Renta, Carolina Herrera, Schiaparelli, and Dior. Zuhair Murad and Elie Saab, too, have returned with live couture shows featuring fantastical creations. For his SS21 collection, Lebanese couturier Rami Kadi included a show-stopping pearled ivory ballgown embroidered with crystals and ostrich feathers, as well as a jacquard gown with Disney fairies whimsically embellished across the asymmetrical skirt. “I want women to feel the best of themselves, as if this is their favorite version: strong, confident, feminine, and fierce,” Kadi notes. “After the pandemic, we are seeing a return to authenticity. Owning a couture piece is like owning a master painting; a piece that you will forever sustain and cherish and that your children and grandchildren can inherit.”
Viktor and Rolf Spring 2021 Couture. Photo: Team Peter Stigter
For those of us not willing to go full Met Gala at brunch and completely forgo the ease of wear we’ve become accustomed to this past year, the ballgowns of this new era masterfully blend glamour and comfort. At Carolina Herrera, Wes Gordon showed dresses in cotton, without boned bustiers, while Wazen chose her Dior frock partly because “it was cut to a midi length, so not only did it feel special, but it was ultra comfortable to wear.” This season’s gowns are not just for weddings and the red carpet; they are made for movement, with the full skirts also handily providing a built-in social-distancing mechanism. “Overall, designers have demonstrated a positive outlook for the season as they move towards more sophisticated fabrics and standout details in their collections,” reflects Page about Net-A-Porter’s occasion wear. “One of our bestselling gowns continues to be the exclusive Oscar de la Renta strapless metallic brocade gown retailing for £10 845 (about AED 48 600) – we sold multiple units in just one day earlier this year. In terms of occasion footwear, Amina Muaddi is the queen.”
Oscar de la Renta. Photo: Courtesy of Oscar de la Renta
Times have been bleak – but take a peak underneath and you’ll see a slip of gown waiting to be unleashed. We want to dress up and celebrate, not continue as if nothing happened. We want to bask in the gloriousness of life; take urgent pleasure in the moment; go from effortless to effort-full. And what could be a better dress to do that in than a ballgown?
Rami Kadi. Photo: Supplied
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Originally published in the July/August 2021 issue of Vogue Arabia

10 White Sneakers to Up Your Shoe Game with Ease This Summer

10 White Sneakers to Up Your Shoe Game with Ease This Summer

If there’s one thing that has never gone out of style, it’s white sneakers. From Adidas Stan Smith to Golden Goose, and with a little help from our favorite celebs such as Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid and Hailey Baldwin, white sneakers are a must have for Spring Summer 2021.
From the classics at Loro Piana, to the chunky “dad” sneakers at Roger Vivier, something floral at Valentino, or futuristic, (we’re looking at you Balenciaga) your sneakers should be fabulous enough to speak for themselves.
Scroll down for our gallery below:
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Salma Abu Deif Reveals Everything Inside Her Valentino Garavani Roman Stud Bag

Salma Abu Deif Reveals Everything Inside Her Valentino Garavani Roman Stud Bag

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“If my bag was a movie, it would be Pretty Woman,” says Salma Abu Deif of her Valentino Garavani Roman Stud bag. “It is a classic movie. I think all girls love Pretty Woman.” For the Egyptian actor, model, and all-round fashionista on-the-go, a stylish yet functional handbag is a must. So, it only makes sense that Abu Deif sits down for a fun session of In The Bag with the It accessory casually dangling off her wrist.
“I always like to carry small bags that fit as many things as possible. I don’t need a bag that doesn’t fit all my things,” the 28-year-old shares before emptying the contents of the bag in front of her. Serving its purpose, Abu Deif’s bag is filled to the brim with all the essentials of a working woman with refined taste. Besides her phone, AirPods, and two more things that now count as daily necessities – a face mask and hand sanitizer – the actor’s bag holds her Valentino sunglasses. “I do like sunglasses, I buy a lot of them,” she divulges. “But, I rather collect more than I wear.” Those who keep up with Abu Deif will be familiar with her covetable style, including the figure-hugging, floor-grazing dresses she wears to star-studded events. For the video, Abu Deif is dressed in a more relaxed and chic full-Valentino SS21 look, consisting of a white oversized button-up half-tucked into a bubblegum pink mini skirt, paired with Valentino Garavani Roman Stud flats.
The Valentino Garavani Roman Stud bag. Courtesy of Valentino

The Roman Stud bag cuts a striking figure, with soft nappa leather in a quilted finish, embellished with macro Rockstuds (Studs) that command attention. When launched in 2010, the Rockstud took the street-style scene by storm and was later reinvented for the SS21 season when creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli blew up the motif in size. The larger pyramid-shaped studs are Piccioli’s reinterpretation of the Rockstud family, and dubbed Roman Stud as a tribute to Roman palazzos known for their signature architectural element of bugnato. Available in shades of black, green, red, pink, and ivory, the arm candy combines the bourgeois classic leather design and the punk subculture symbolized by the studs to define the new Valentino community’s “romantic, punk, and non-conformist attitude.”
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5 Major Fashion Moments to Remember from the SS21 Couture Catwalk

5 Major Fashion Moments to Remember from the SS21 Couture Catwalk

Take Valentino’s glam-rock platform boots, add Fendi’s supermodel lineup and the return of one of fashion’s most-loved designers, Alber Elbaz — here’s how Couture Fashion Week SS21 came through with the haute energy we need for 2021.
Photo: Courtesy of Fendi

Drama, decadence and a whole load of attitude — Couture Fashion Week unleashes a welcome dose of escapism at the best of times, let alone in 2021. 
From Kim Jones’s romantic Fendi debut (simultaneously his first-ever womenswear show) to Chanel’s wedding-party-themed runway gathering (complete with a white horse to transport the bride) and the long-awaited return of former Lanvin creative director, Alber Elbaz — the SS21 couture runways delivered the kind of dreamlike glamour that we could all use right now.
These are the five need-to-know fashion trends from Couture Fashion Week SS21.
1. Haute reality
AZ Factory, Chanel, Schiaparelli

“I wanted to work on new technology to develop some smart fabrics with factories [to make] beautiful, purposeful, and solution-driven fashion,” Alber Elbaz told Vogue as he unveiled his new eponymous label, AZ Factory. The essence of his new design proposition? “[It] is for everyone.” The fuss-free, grounded spirit of the charismatic return to fashion was echoed elsewhere. At Chanel, Virginie Viard teamed a casual, untucked silk shirt (the sort you might be wearing with pilates pants as you read this) with a full ballerina skirt and morning-after-the-night-before sunglasses, while Schiaparelli’s Daniel Roseberry made the elasticated-waist pant the epitome of modern elegance. 
2. Electric prints 
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How does the world’s grandest fashion week strike a rebellious note? It ushers in the jeunesse energy of new talent. Enter recent fashion graduate Charles de Vilmorin, whose explosive hand-crafted designs pay homage to couture’s more outré ambitions. As Vogue Runway’s Nicole Phelps reports, De Vilmorin painstakingly painted his textiles by hand. His adage? “You don’t need a special occasion to wear something extra.” 
3. The big pink
Giambattista Valli, Armani Prive

Is it even Couture Fashion Week if there isn’t a multitude of gigantic blush gowns? We think not. The SS21 couture gospel according to Giambattista Valli? “Go big and stay home,” as he told Vogue via a video call. Valli’s plumptuous pink dresses alluded to the intoxicating effect of a bouquet of fresh peonies. Schiaparelli too fell for fuchsia, unveiling the outrageously surreal ‘earring gown’ (modelled with aplomb by Maggie Maurer), while Armani Privé made a persuasive case for matching your handbag to layers of confectionery tulle.
4. Burnished gold
Valentino, Fendi, Dior

Is our collective obsession with glowing skin crossing over into fashion? Yes — if the couture runways at Valentino, Fendi and Dior are anything to go by, a radiant wardrobe is set to be just as much a part of your beauty arsenal as a 10-step skincare regime. At Dior, Maria Grazia Chiuri enlisted director Matteo Garrone to once again capture the cinematic glow of her designs, which, this season, took inspiration from the mysticism and burnished feel of the historical Visconti-Sforza tarot cards. Over at Fendi, Kim Jones made the case for opulent ‘cheekbone highlighter’ hues that mirrored the all-natural luminosity of supermodel Christy Turlington, who made a surprise runway appearance as part of Jones’s friends-and-family show lineup, alongside Kate and Lila Grace Moss, Bella Hadid and Naomi Campbell.
5. 3D florals
Chanel, Giambattista Valli, Fendi

If sunny floral motifs were at one time the stuff of fashion cliche (“Florals? For spring? Groundbreaking”), the resurgence of characterful blooms made a welcome appearance in the SS21 couture collections at Chanel, Giambattista Valli and Fendi. It would be impossible to ignore the respite (and design inspiration) that nature has offered during the various lockdowns that have become an all too familiar part of daily life. As fashion shows temporarily take place virtually, or minus their usual rapturous audiences, some industry rituals have remained. Notably, the giving of enormous floral bouquets, which, through the wondrous 3D designs grown out of Paris’s hallowed ateliers, were symbolically gifted to viewers all around the world this season.
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Originally published on Vogue.co.uk

The Best Bridal Looks from Paris’s Haute Couture Week SS21

The Best Bridal Looks from Paris’s Haute Couture Week SS21

Luxurious silk, frothy tulle, and delicate lacework — behold the best bridal dresses from this year’s couture catwalk.
Courtesy of Fendi

As fashion season kicked into high gear with Paris’s Haute Couture Week SS21, we were taken into high-glamour fairytales told through fashion films and digital shows, such as Dior‘s mesmerising exploration of self through tarot card characters and Valentino‘s mix of royalty and club-kid punk.
Throughout the week, we’ve witnessed couture’s exciting bridal transformations, including layers upon layers of tulle at Giambattista Valli and ruffle collars at Alexandre Vauthier. Meanwhile, the art of storytelling was transformed as shows fully immersed their virtual audience in beauty and elegance (think of Virginie Viard’s finale where the Chanel bride — wearing a silk-embellished, white-buttoned gown — rode in on a white horse). Aptly, this year’s offerings brought us creations that reinforce the purity of human connection and the emotion of being together — all of which we will hopefully be able to experience again, soon.
From Valentino to Fendi, these are the best bridal looks from Paris’s Haute Couture Week SS21.
1. Valentino
Courtesy of Valentino

2. Fendi
Courtesy of Fendi

3. Giambattista Valli
Courtesy of Giambattista Valli

4. Giambattista Valli
Courtesy of Giambattista Valli

5. Chanel
Courtesy of Chanel

6. Chanel
Courtesy of Chanel

8. Alexandre Vauthier
Courtesy of Alexandre Vauthier

9. Antonio Grimaldi 
Courtesy of Antonio Grimaldi

10. Antonio Grimaldi
Courtesy of Antonio Grimaldi

11. Dior
Photo: Elina Kechicheva. Courtesy of Dior

12. Dior
Photo: Elina Kechicheva. Courtesy of Dior

13. Armani Privé
Courtesy of Armani Privé

14. Viktor & Rolf
Courtesy of Viktor & Rolf

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Originally published on Vogue.co.uk

All the Highlights from Day Two of Paris Haute Couture Week Spring/Summer 2021

All the Highlights from Day Two of Paris Haute Couture Week Spring/Summer 2021

Read on for all the highlights and best looks from day two of Paris haute couture week spring/summer 2021. Chanel With Penélope Cruz, Marion Cotillard, Vanessa Paradis and Lily-Rose Depp all seated (socially distanced, of course), in the Grand Palais – Chanel’s dreamy ‘wedding venue’ location for creative director Virginie Viard’s latest couture offering – […]
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