Raye, Son Ye- Jin, and Florence Pugh shine in the front row of Valentino’s haute couture runway

Raye, Son Ye- Jin, and Florence Pugh shine in the front row of Valentino’s haute couture runway

Rayer, Son Ye- Jin, and English actress Florence Pugh shared a front row seat at the Valentino Un Chateau haute couture runway show.

Pugh attended the event at the 16th-century Chateau de Chantilly, 50 kilometers from the center of Paris, in a sheer lilac deep-plunge halter-neck dress with black platforms. Her pink hair was styled in a buzz cut.

Son, a South Korean actress, was wearing a wide-brimmed, over sized black suit jacket. She wore a black tie and a white shirt with flowers embroidered on it underneath. She matched it with Valentino gold logo loop hoops and a Valentino pack.

Rayer, a singer and songwriter, looked stunning in a black floor-length dress with embellished collar, feather-hemmed sleeves, and middle button detailing.

Pier Paolo Piccolino, the planner and imaginative chief for the Italian extravagance design house, adhered to his unmistakable insignificant outlines interspersed with luxurious embellishments.

Kai Gerber, an American model, opened the show in a white unbuttoned shirt, dark denim jeans, and white-gold ballet slides with extravagant bows. All of the models walked the heptagonal runway in varying shades.

Giant chandelier-drop earrings were paired with many of the outfits.

Adult Ketch wore a low-upheld glossy silk dress with a hood and wrapped front specifying down the runway.

Cobalt blue slit dress with huge, almost spike-like crystal embellishments was worn by another model.

One striking gown was inspired by the structure of a blooming flower, and the Valentino collection also played with its signature hot pink color.

Other creations included a standout white headdress with intricate feather detailing, draped silhouettes, metallic details, and embroidery embellishments.

Silk was also embellished with lace and floral designs by the fashion house, with delicate touches that emphasized the feminine silhouettes.

Additionally present were fashion designer Lamina Muddied, internet personality Emma Chamberlain, model Tina Kuna key, and Australian film director Baza Lehmann.

The show’s soundtrack was composed by singer-songwriter Antoni, who was born in England. At the show’s conclusion, Piccolino left holding hands with workers from his atelier who were wearing white coats to share in the applause.


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