During the most recent edition of Paris Fashion Week, the ex-2NE1 idol and current resident krung-krung of the Philippines caused quite a commotion in the city of lights.
Dara upped the ante with an array of costumes that spoke to her ecclectic sartorial range each and every time she made her presence known in at least 11 presentations. Do you require any further evidence of that? The following are some of her ready-to-wear fashion show ensembles that have her fans and the Parisian paparazzi clamoring for more.
Dara kicked off the fashion week with her first show of the week at Courrèges, wearing an edgy all-black motorcycle motif, which included a tiny dress with a square collar and vinyl thigh-high boots. Her hectic schedule included five further shows. In her arsenal, she had the standard leather jacket, as well as a set of sunglasses in the shape of goggles to make a statement.
As soon as it became night, the K-pop idol made her way to Balmain dressed in the futuristic armor, which is the preferred fascination of the luxury brand. Because of the hint of ruffles and the ethereal eye makeup, the practical style was combined with a side of femininity. This was accomplished.
The timeless trench coat is synonymous with fall in Paris more than anything else. The following day, in the afternoon, Dara stole the show at the Chloé fashion show by wearing a long cape with a turtleneck in neutral tones and a long skirt underneath. She was wearing a pair of leather cowboy boots on her feet and carried a white Deveaux purse that she carried under her arm.
Dara resumed her agenda of sweeping silhouettes with a layered look worthy of a sci-fi film. The global superstar was a monochromatic vision in Rick Owens, fully dressed out in a flurry of grays. Rick Owens was her designer of choice. You may recognize the brand by its woven dagger cloak, which is paired with draped skirts, spider wraps, and platform boots.
In order to top off the long line of events that had transpired throughout the day, Dara chose an outfit that was befitting of the night by donning a style that was inspired by noir. The celebrity was ready for an evening out in Paris in a leather dress and a floor-length tailor coat, and she completed her look with a stylish velour fedora. She was dressed in head-to-toe Ann Demeulemeester attire for the designer’s show.