STYLISH SURPRISE: Kim Kardashian treated her son, Saint, to a gold Louis Vuitton grill and a dazzling diamond necklace at the designer’s show in Paris. The seven-year-old proudly showed off his new accessories as they attended the event together. Kim shared the surprise gift on her Instagram Stories, showcasing the personalized necklace with Saint’s name spelled out in diamonds. This Paris trip marks Kim’s return to the fashion capital nearly seven years after she was a victim of a high-profile robbery during Paris Fashion Week in 2016.
FASHION-FORWARD ENTRANCE: Kim made a bold entrance at the Louis Vuitton Menswear Spring/Summer 2024 show, sitting next to Jared Leto on the front row. She stunned in a skintight outfit, flaunting her toned abs and cleavage in a green square print crop top paired with matching leggings. Adding to her glamorous look, Kim accessorized with a bum bag and a plush furry black coat. She elevated her petite frame with perspex heels and confidently posed for the camera before taking her seat to enjoy the show.
STELLAR LINE-UP: The Louis Vuitton show attracted an array of stars, including Beyonce, Lewis Hamilton, and Zendaya, all eagerly awaiting Pharrell Williams’ debut as the creative director. The show continued Louis Vuitton’s signature blend of street style and luxury, with an audience along the Seine River capturing glimpses of the fashion extravaganza. Pharrell expressed his pride in his new role and the significance of being only the second Black man to experience such a feat at the world’s biggest fashion house. He succeeded his friend Virgil Abloh, who held the position from 2018 until his passing in 2021. Pharrell credited Abloh for revolutionizing high-end fashion with his incorporation of street style and skate culture.
SUPPORTIVE JOURNEY: Pharrell expressed his gratitude towards LVMH Chairman and Chief Executive Bernard Arnault and his family, who have been immensely supportive throughout his new venture. He has had a long-standing relationship with the Arnault family, dating back to a collaboration in 2004 to design sunglasses with Louis Vuitton designer Marc Jacobs. Despite skepticism surrounding his lack of formal fashion training, Pharrell confidently dismissed the doubts, emphasizing his success in the music industry without attending Juilliard for music. He is determined to make his mark in the fashion world, following in the footsteps of his friend Virgil Abloh.