Headlining the star-studded appearance at the Louis Vuitton Men’s Paris Fashion Week event on Tuesday night was none other than Kim Kardashian.
Returning to Paris, almost seven years after her traumatic robbery incident during Paris Fashion Week in 2016, the 42-year-old reality TV celebrity was back in the spotlight.
Seated beside Jared Leto in the front row for the unveiling of Louis Vuitton’s Menswear Spring/Summer 2024 collection, Kim’s figure-hugging ensemble certainly turned heads.
The TV icon showcased her fit physique in a crop top bearing a green geometric print, paired perfectly with coordinating leggings.
Cinched at her slim waist with a fanny pack, she elevated her chic attire with a luxuriously plush black fur coat.
To add height to her petite frame, Kim chose transparent heels.
Looking confident and relaxed, she was seen striking a pose before settling in to enjoy the fashion spectacle.
Notable celebrities such as Beyonce, Lewis Hamilton, and Zendaya were in attendance to witness Pharrell Williams’ premiere as the creative director.
Spectators gathered along the Seine River to catch a glimpse of the show, which maintained LV’s blend of urban fashion and luxury.
Pharrell, in an interview before the event, reflected on his groundbreaking role since February, remarking, ‘I’m the second Black man to ever experience this on the planet, the biggest fashion house in the world.’
The 50-year-old singer and producer, stepping into the role previously held by his late friend Virgil Abloh, put an end to months of rumors. Abloh, who held the role from March 2018 until his passing in November 2021, was a major figure in the industry. He was recognized for integrating street and skate styles into high-end fashion.
‘My brother Virgil was the first. He made considerable progress for the house, and introduced so many concepts. As an American Black man, he incorporated skate culture into this sphere. It’s unbelievable that I also have this opportunity,’ Pharrell acknowledged.
According to him, the LVMH Chairman and CEO Bernard Arnault and his family, whom Pharrell has known for several years, have been highly supportive of his new position.
Pharrell was initially introduced to the Arnault family when he collaborated with Louis Vuitton designer Marc Jacobs to design sunglasses in 2004.
Despite his rich experience in the fashion industry, including founding streetwear brands with Japanese designer Nigo and creating capsule collections for Chanel, his appointment did spark surprise.
Pharrell, however, brushed off the doubters who pointed to his lack of formal fashion training. He retorted, ‘I also didn’t go to Juilliard for music and I’m doing OK.’
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