A Twitter user is on the hunt for what she believes to be a dad and daughter duo who she captured having a heartwarming moment outside of Paris’ Notre Dame Cathedral just before the historic landmark caught fire.
From Naomi Campbell ‘s surprise runway return for Valentino to Viktor and Rolf’s meme-inspired dresses , Haute Couture Fashion Week has provided some serious desk-side chatter. Renowned for its dreamlike creations and purse-load of zeros price tags, the world of couture is seriously exclusive – giving the industry’s elite the perfect chance to demonstrate their sartorial prowess via the FROW. Thankfully, Céline Dion has continued to defend her position as reigning Queen of Couture this season in a series of gram-worthy outfit changes. First up, she watched the Alexandre Vauthier SS19 show unfold in a thigh-high split dress by the designer. Just a mere few hours later, she switched up the drama in a bow-embellished shirt and co-ordinating trousers for the Giorgio Armani Privé runway – where she gave the main man himself a quick post-show hug. Over at Chanel , brand ambassador Kristen Stewart stole the spotlight in a cropped jacket (in trademark bouclé of course) with metallic low-slung trousers and millennial-style sunnies to finish. Meanwhile, fellow actress Marion Cotillard demonstrated how to work the cycling short trend in the winter months with a chic quilted bum bag to hand. From rising star Rami Malek at Dior to a Valentino-clad Kristin Scott Thomas (we need her coat), here’s who wore what at Haute Couture Fashion Week. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Fashion’s ‘It’ crowd is getting younger, as Netflix’s rising stars take to the FROW at Fendi From Naomi Campbell to David Beckham, all the celebrity style from Paris Men’s Fashion Week Best dressed Brits: January 2019’s top celebrity fashion
An Instagram influencer from Australia says she was denied entry to the Louvre in Paris because of her dress.