Kim Kardashian made a prominent entrance at the Louis Vuitton men’s Paris Fashion Week show, leading a star-studded lineup of arrivals. This marked her return to the French capital after nearly seven years, a significant event considering her past experience of being robbed at gunpoint during Paris Fashion Week. Despite the previous incident, Kim’s presence at the high-profile fashion event demonstrated her resilience and continued involvement in the industry. Her appearance undoubtedly generated attention and highlighted her enduring influence in the world of fashion.
Kim sat next to Jared Leto on the front row for the Louis Vuitton Menswear Spring/Summer 2024 show and made an entrance in her skinтιԍнт outfit.
The television personality flashed her toned abs and cleavage in a green square print crop top which she teamed with matching leggings.
She wore a bum bag around her slender waist and amped up the glamour with a plush furry black coat.
Kim added a boost to her peтιтe frame with perspex heels.
The TV star appeared in her element as she pouted for the camera before taking her seat to watch the show unfold.
A whole host of stars including Beyonce, Lewis Hamilton and Zendaya turned up to watch Pharrell Williams make his debut as the creative director.
An audience gathered along the Seine River craned to catch a glimpse of the show which continued LV’s approach of mixing street style with luxury.
‘I’m the second Black man to ever experience this on the planet, the biggest fashion house in the world,’ Pharrell said in an interview before the show, referring to his job since February.
The singer and producer ended months of speculation by filling the shoes of his friend Virgil Abloh who held the job.
Abloh had been the industry’s highest profile Black designer, credited with forging a place for street style and loose skateboard looks in high-end fashion.
‘My brother Virgil was the first. He made so many strides for the house, and did so many things. He brought skate culture into this world – while being an American Black man. It’s unreal the fact that I get to do this as well,’ said Pharrell.
LVMH Chairman and Chief Executive Bernard Arnault and his family, whom the star has known for years, have been ‘extremely supportive’ in his new role, he said.
Pharrell was first introduced to the Arnault clan in a collaboration to design sunglᴀsses with Louis Vuitton designer Marc Jacobs in 2004.
The appointment raised eyebrows despite his extensive fashion experience, including founding streetwear brands with Japanese designer Nigo and designing capsule collections at Chanel.
But Pharrell brushed off skeptics who question his lack of formal fashion training. ‘I also didn’t go to Juilliard for music and I’m doing OK,’ he said.