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Kylie Jenner's Front-Row Takeover at Paris Fashion Week

by Amy Walter

The final fashion week of the season just took place in Paris - and for many celebrities they used their invites as their own personal runway. 

Amongst those celebrities? Kylie Jenner. 

Paris Fashion Week (PFW) has become the stage where Jenner's style steals the spotlight, from her faux-fur Schiaparelli lion head earlier this year to her latest bold ensembles going viral on TikTok.

Kylie’s most talked about look this season was another Schiaparelli gown, worn to support the same

designer’s Spring/Summer 2024 show. The gown exuded Marilyn Monroe-inspired charm: a timeless, form-fitting creation with a scooped neckline that gracefully led to a keyhole cutout below the bust, a signature of Schiaparelli. 

The classic glamour element lay in the fabric choice - a nude based fabric adorned with the sparkle of embroidered sequins throughout. But, what truly caught the eye, was her audacious choice of footwear

The designer completed her look with a pair of nude anatomical heels molded to resemble a foot. It was a sneak peek of the runway and set the tone for what was to come, being styled with look eight on the runway.

Another memorable style moment unfolded when she graced Acne Studios' Spring/Summer 2024 show in an all-red ensemble. Her figure-hugging, long-sleeved gown harmonized with matching red pointed-toe pumps, featuring a ruffled, mermaid-like hem.

The outfit was perfectly complemented by a matching Dolce and Gabbana mini purse, her signature glossy lip, and oversized sunglasses. Many couldn't help but draw parallels with Winona Ryder's iconic Beetlejuice look - complete with bangs, wet-styled hair, and a crimson dress, just in time for autumn.

The night before, she dazzled in a similar silhouette, this time in an all-cream palette with a high boat-neck.

The dress meeting at a gathered back which formed a trail to the floor for extra dramatics. This look once again showcased Jenner's evolving style. The unconventional footwear trend continued with another heeled boot, this time leaving her toes exposed.

As another fashion week season concludes, celebrities like Kylie undeniably stole the show, leaving us eagerly anticipating fashion's most awaited season.

Edited by Emily Duff

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