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She might not want people to think fashion is her “main thing,” but it’s hard to ignore Emma Watson‘s style prowess. And this week it’s been nearly impossible — just check out the bold (and unexpected) fashion moves she’s made while in the City of Light for haute couture fashion week.
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Kim and Kendall Take Paris. We have a feeling that’s going to be the next installment of the Kardashian reality TV franchise, because the sisters are all about parading around in high fashion in the City of Light. Kim just landed across the pond to show her support for her 18-year-old model sis, and (naturally) to turn the sidewalk into her own catwalk before taking in some shows herself. Kim is in prime Kim form (deep Vs and high heels), but Kendall appears to be adopting some very non-Kardashian looks for herself. Let’s investigate.
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Of all the high-profile Paris fashion shows, Chanel usually gives us the most to discuss. Whether it’s sneakers on the models, a supermarket-themed set or surprising model choices, creative director Karl Lagerfeld knows how to get people talking. And this week, his Haute Couture show was no different.
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Celebrities usually choose to debut big hair changes one of two ways: on Instagram or at a high-profile event. Kristen Stewart opted for the latter, revealingly a major chop at the Chanel Haute Couture Show in Paris Tuesday.
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Dior may surprise us with their offerings on the runway season after season, but one thing never changes: Their front row is always more star-studded than most. And this most recent affair, for Dior’s fall/winter Haute Couture offerings, didn’t disappoint. Check out the high-wattage front row and tell us who had your favorite look in the comments!
Jennifer Lopez is never one to play it safe on the style front — and this latest look, an Atelier Versace high-fashion jumpsuit-slash-dress, is just another notch on her risk-taker belt. And much like any fashion-forward ensemble, it inspired a debate in the PEOPLE StyleWatch offices. Below, we take sides; read on, then tell us where you fall on the great jumpsuit/dress pro/con spectrum.
OBSESSED: Brittany Talarico, Associate Style Editor: I have been experiencing jumpsuit fatigue lately. I love the trend, and I have a few onesies hanging in my closet, but it’s becoming a little stale on the red carpet. So when Jennifer Lopez introduced this gown-meets-pants Versace creation at the label’s Paris show, I got very excited. In my opinion, it’s like the jumpsuit’s sassy older sister. Plus, it fit her body impeccably and gave me flashbacks to old-school JLo. To be clear, I don’t think this look would work for just any formal occasion (and if Forever 21 or H&M comes out with a look-for-less version, I’m not sure that I’d be brave enough to wear it), but it was a very refreshing outfit compared to the other expected gowns or minis that we usually see on the carpet. And it has two editors involved in a really fun fashion debate, which I think was the whole point.
HOT MESS: Alex Apatoff, Style News Editor: I can’t be “over” jumpsuits because I was never “under” jumpsuits (yes, Friends jokes, still as fresh today as they were 15 years ago). But I can grudgingly admit that in certain circumstances, on certain stars, they can look as fun or elegant as a dress. I haven’t, however, ever felt the need to see a jumpsuit combined with a dress. But Jenny from the Block has been answering questions I haven’t asked since way back in 1999, and this Atelier Versace look is no different. “What would a high-slit gown look like with one sparkly rogue trouser look like?” I never wondered, and here’s the result. Listen, I’ll give J.Lo points for choosing a risky outfit — but then I’m going to take all those points away for her “bronzer by exhaust pipe” makeup job.
With whom do you agree? Can this outfit be saved — or is it perfect as is?