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What the rich and famous are wearing at Paris Fashion Week

Amanda Krause   

What the rich and famous are wearing at Paris Fashion Week
Anna Wintour attends the Valentino runway show during Paris Fashion Week.Jacopo Raule/Getty Images
  • Paris Fashion Week is being hosted in France to showcase the latest womenswear designs.
  • Famous athletes and wealthy celebrities have attended so far in stunning fashion.

The rich and famous are flaunting their style at Paris Fashion Week.

The latest showcase of designer runways, which began on February 26, has so far celebrated womenswear designs from brands like Valentino, Stella McCartney, and Dior. It will conclude on March 5.

And from start to finish, A-list names have attended in their most stunning looks. Here's what Anna Wintour, David Beckham, Kim Kardashian, and other wealthy viewers have worn so far.

Billionaire Kim Kardashian embraced the mob-wife trend while visiting a Margiela exhibit.

Billionaire Kim Kardashian embraced the mob-wife trend while visiting a Margiela exhibit.
Kim Kardashian leaves a Margiela exhibition during Paris Fashion Week.      Pierre Suu/Getty Images

Mob-wife fashion, as the style has been dubbed by TikTokers, typically includes massive fur coats, black accessories, and leopard print in any form to look chic and rich. So it's safe to say the wealthy Kardashian nailed the look.

She wore a floor-length, leopard-print coat tied with a leather belt, black tights, and matching pumps. She also carried a leather purse, wore neutral makeup, and tied her hair in a slicked-back ponytail.

Naomi Campbell made the most of accessories for a Roger Vivier presentation.

Naomi Campbell made the most of accessories for a Roger Vivier presentation.
Naomi Campbell attends a Roger Vivier presentation during Paris Fashion Week.      Christian Vierig/Getty Images

Her outfit from the French fashion house included a suede skirt, mesh top, and a tuxedo-style trench coat that nearly reached the floor.

But it was Campbell's accessories that really caught attention. She wore heels with crystal-encrusted bands, statement diamond earrings, and what appeared to be a luxury watch — the ultimate status symbol in 2024.

David Beckham single-handedly brought back the wristlet.

David Beckham single-handedly brought back the wristlet.
David Beckham in France during Paris Fashion Week.      Marc Piasecki/Getty Images

Wristlets, or clutches with thin straps that you wear around your wrist, were everywhere in the 2010s. And they might make a comeback thanks to Beckham's influence.

The athlete carried an Hermès version of the classic pouch while in France for Paris Fashion Week and styled the luxury piece with a casual outfit: brown trousers, white sneakers, a wool coat, and a plum-colored scarf.

Serena Williams oozed glamour at the Balenciaga runway show.

Serena Williams oozed glamour at the Balenciaga runway show.
Serena Williams attends the Balenciaga runway show during Paris Fashion Week.      Stephane Cardinale - Corbis/Getty Images

The tennis superstar was one of many celebrities to make the case for statement coats at Paris Fashion Week. Hers was blue, made from faux fur, and worn atop a strapless black catsuit.

For accessories, she chose black pumps, sunglasses with upturned lenses, and a massive diamond necklace.

Jennifer Lawrence proved that quiet luxury is here to stay.

Jennifer Lawrence proved that quiet luxury is here to stay.
Jennifer Lawrence attends the Dior runway show during Paris Fashion Week.      Arnold Jerocki/Getty Images

Everyone has different versions of quiet luxury — from wearing popular status symbols like designer perfume to sporting designer outfits that look more casual than they are.

The "No Hard Feelings" star did the latter at Dior's runway show. Lawrence's gray, three-piece outfit was designed by the French fashion house, as were her $630 sunglasses and a $5,900 purse.

Anna Wintour proved that florals will never go out of style.

Anna Wintour proved that florals will never go out of style.
Anna Wintour attends the Valentino runway show during Paris Fashion Week.      Jacopo Raule/Getty Images

For multiple Paris Fashion Week shows, Wintour was photographed wearing a green suede coat embroidered with pink and yellow florals.

But her endorsement of the spring pattern went even further. The Vogue editor in chief and Met Gala trustee also wore a floral-print dress underneath, burgundy boots, and round sunglasses.

Zoë Kravitz kept things classic and chic.

Zoë Kravitz kept things classic and chic.
Zoë Kravitz attends the Saint Laurent runway show during Paris Fashion Week.      Stephane Cardinale - Corbis/Getty Images

Along with her brown YSL minidress, Kravitz sported sheer brown tights, metallic-brown pumps, and delicate diamond jewelry.

But one thing she chose to go without? A bra. The choice ultimately made the seamless outfit look even more effortless.


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