Gabi Stevenson, Samantha Grindell, and Amanda Krause
- Celebrities are gathering in France for Paris Fashion Week 2023.
- Stars have arrived at shows in bold outfits, even though they aren't walking the runways.
- The most daring looks featured sheer fabrics and bold cutouts.
At the Christian Dior show on Monday, Rachel Zegler wore a netted ensemble with floral embellishments.
Her tan outfit included a loose-fitting bralette and a high-waisted skirt with thin ties that wrapped around her stomach. The latter piece also had a ruffled waistline and pleats.
She accessorized with a beige and black version of the Lady D Joy bag, which typically retails for $4,600.
Coi Leray brought last year’s sheer dress trend into 2023 at the Saint Laurent menswear show.
The rapper showed some skin under a sheer, black maxi dress, which she paired with classic black undergarments. She added color and shine with a pair of green heels and stacks of silver bracelets.
Leray's blunt bob gave the ensemble even more edge.
Laura Harrier also opted for a slightly sheer dress, adding a furry coat on top.
The actress' lightly transparent maxi dress came in a stunning shade of lilac, while her jacket also played off the tone. She completed the look with a slicked-back bun, berry lipstick, and buckled black heels.
Shalom Harlow donned a hood that made her two-piece look stand out.
The supermodel stuck to a monochrome look at the Saint Laurent menswear show, wearing a black maxi skirt and matching bustier top with a hood.
Harlow kept with the theme for her shoes and accessories — she wore black thong sandals and chunky black bracelets that added extra flair.
Also at the Saint Laurent menswear show, Jenna Ortega wore a black gown with a hooded design.
The dark YSL dress matched the aesthetic of her "Wednesday" character, whereas Ortega's gold bangles and side-swept hair added some glamour.
Shanina Shaik wore a bobbed wig and a sleek suit at the Givenchy menswear show.
Although the Australian model sported a wig, she asked her Instagram followers on Thursday if she should make the change permanent.
"Is that Mrs. Mia Wallace?" DJ Georgia Sinclair asked in the comments, referencing Uma Thurman's iconic blunt bob in the 1994 film "Pulp Fiction."
The rest of Shaik's understated look featured a black suit with no shirt underneath and black pumps.
Rapper Lancey Foux gave an all-denim look a high-fashion twist.
The British musician attended the Givenchy menswear show in a branded denim vest, which he wore open over stacks of silver chains with lock pendants. His matching jeans featured zipper details on the inner thighs.
Foux opted for a cool pair of Givenchy patent black clogs, which retail for $1,150 at Bergdorf Goodman.
Lucien Laviscount wore both a skirt and pants to the Louis Vuitton show.
Laviscount wore an all-blue ensemble to the show.
His graphic-tee-style sweater had short sleeves, and they contrasted with the silky material of his bottoms.
The bottom half of the look was like an elevated version of a skort, as it featured pants and a pleated skirt with an asymmetrical hemline on top of it.
J Balvin wore a coordinating set to the Amiri menswear show.
Balvin's fur set included a high-neck jacket and pants.
The brown look contrasted with his pink sneakers, and a hat and sunglasses elevated the cozy outfit.
Usher rocked a stylish neutral suit with a coat draped over his shoulders at the Alexandre Mattiussi menswear show.
The "U Got It Bad" singer finished the ensemble with cream sneakers, tinted sunglasses, a bandana — and a beverage.
Tyra Banks kept her outfit cool and casual on her way to the Louis Vuitton x KidSuper menswear show.
The former model and TV host chose a gold kaftan over a black catsuit for the event and paired it with a Louis Vuitton snapback hat. She walked the cobblestone streets of Paris in a pair of black, high-top sneakers.
In an Instagram post shared Saturday, Banks said the hat was a gift from KidSuper founder Colm Dillane. She also wrote that she picked up her kaftan at a hotel gift shop in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
"Every Paris street is a photo studio," she wrote. "Remember that."
Robert Pattinson wore a sparkly skirt to the Dior show.
Pattinson's Dior ensemble consisted of a brown fuzzy coat and a blue skirt.
The knee-length had subtle pleats, and it was completely covered in sparkles.
J Balvin also wore a skirt to the Dior show.
Balvin paired a mock turtleneck with an oversized jacket, which was a light shade of beige. A green skirt that flowed past the knee and boots completed the look.
Lineisy Montero Feliz's black dress for the Dior show was almost completely sheer.
The model's quarter-length sleeve dress was made of sheer, black tulle that was ruched, with the hem stopping several inches above her knee.
A black lace bustier and shorts peeked out beneath the transparent fabric, and Feliz paired boots with the outfit.
Lisa Rinna was almost unrecognizable in her colorful getup.
She wore a yellow Kenzo beret, square sunglasses, and a colorful suit with purple and rust-colored stripes.
Additionally, she added a green plaid blouse that she left unbuttoned at the top, an orange Kenzo bag, and maroon dress shoes.
Mia Khalifa rocked the "naked" trend at Kenzo's show via a sheer, black gown.
She only wore black underwear beneath the floor-length dress and covered her chest with a green blazer.
For accessories, Khalifa chose floral sandals, layered necklaces — including one shaped like a marijuana leaf — and silver-rimmed glasses.
Tinashe was also there in a black bodysuit with a floral design.
Atop the form-fitting garment, the musician sported a puffy coat with a wide hood that partially concealed her braided hairstyle.
To complete the outfit, she wore chunky dress shoes, Kenzo nameplate rings, and carried a red-and-tan purse from the designer.
Troye Sivan wore a detailed black jacket and striped denim at the Kenzo menswear show.
The singer-songwriter bore his chest in the Kenzo jacket, complete with shoulder flaps and a pocket on the sleeve. The bright blue stripes on his pants contrasted the dark shade of the denim and his chunky black boots.
Lil Baby took a simpler approach with his outfit for the Kenzo event.
He paired a white dress shirt with a gray tie and covered both with a gray-plaid vest. His shorts were also made from plaid fabric and brought the outfit together.
Though his black socks and white sneakers followed the neutral color scheme, Lil Baby added a pop of color with his yellow sunglasses.
Taylor Russell rocked a semi-sheer top and coordinating jacket at the Loewe show.
The "Bones and All" actor arrived at the show in a cream, high-neck top. The fabric was semi-sheer, coordinating with the knee-length, plastic coat she wore.
Russell paired black pants with lace detailing and boots to complete the bold look.
J Balvin arrived at the Loewe show in a sleek jacket.
Balvin's entire body was covered by his tan coat, which looked more like a dress.
The garment had long sleeves, and it puffed out around his body, with only his coordinating sneakers visible under the garment.
Sita Abellán wore a bodysuit covered in puffs to the Loewe menswear show.
The Spanish DJ and model arrived at the show in a pair of white boots, purple tights, and a textured bodysuit.
The long-sleeve garment featured puffs in different shades of brown, which covered Abellán's entire upper body.
Kylie Jenner wore a dress with a fake lion's head attached to it while making an appearance at the Schiaparelli's show.
As Jenner said on Instagram, the lion's head was a "faux art creation constructed by hand using manmade materials."
It was attached to her strapless, body-hugging gown made from velvet, which she wore with Schiaparelli's famous gold-toe pumps.
Though celebrities fawned over the look in the comment section of Jenner's post, other social-media users took issue with the realistic animal head and argued that it was in poor taste.
Doja Cat was also there in a red dress and Swarovski crystals that covered her skin.
As Vogue reported, Doja Cat's look was meant to transform her into a living sculpture.
Her dress had a strapless bodice and a skirt covered in thick, red beads. She also carried a matching scarf across her arms and wore red boots with Schiaparelli's toe embellishments.
But it was Doja Cat's makeup that stole the show. Makeup artist Pat McGrath and her team spent nearly five hours covering the musician in more than 30,000 crimson Swarovski crystals.