Rosie, Jourdan and Karlie all walked in the hottest show of Paris Fashion Week: Balmain.
Welcome to the fash pack: Rosie Huntington-Whiteley secured her title as queen of Paris fashion week as she walked for Balmain this afternoon
Recognise us? Karlie Kloss and Jourdan Dunn, two of the industry’s hottest young names, also starred in the show today
Creative director Olivier Rousteing is the king of luxe fashion and his AW14 show lived up to expectations.
The trio were adorned in lots – and lots – of leather. It came in the form of bandeau skirts, chunky biker jackets and combat trousers.
Remember the skirt-over-trouser trend circa 2001? It’s back with a bang if the Balmain show was anything to go by.
Evening wear, which came with heavy embellishment and studding, is sure to be on every celebrity’s wish list next season.
Her too? Puerto Rican supermodel Joan Smalls joined Balmain’s model army on the catwalk in Paris today
Rainbow wave: The Balmain show closed today with a sea of colour, feathers, leathers and lots of studs
Hell for leather! It seems that the leather trend shows no signs of abating if Olivier Rousteing’s collection was anything to go by
Red carpet worthy: Olivier’s evening wear offerings are sure to have celebrities fighting over them come awards season
Rihanna occupied the front row as models stomped down the catwalk in the structured dresses, which were cinched in at the waist for a super-flattering, figure-hugging fit.
Rosie has undoubtedly been the star of Paris Fashion Week so far this season and her sartorial choices have won over the fashion world.
It’s been a busy few weeks for the model, who currently designs her
own range of underwear for Marks and Spencer.
She presented the world’s biggest boy band, One Direction, with their award
for Global Success at the Brit Awards last Wednesday evening.
Perfect fit: The structured silhouettes are designed to cinch in the waist and flatter the figure
Look who stopped by! Rihanna, the brand’s campaign star this season, took her seat on the Balmain front row
But Balmain’s weren’t the only eye-catching outfits in Paris Fashion Week.
designer Manish Arora showed off his A/W14 collection, which
featured an array of brightly-coloured dresses, trousers and jackets.
The Indian designer, who was creative director of Paco Rabanne between 2011 and 2012, is based in New Delhi.
fashion is known for its bold, psychedelic prints, vivid colours and
extravagant embroidery, and his latest designs didn’t disappoint.
collection was made up of luxe sweaters, baggy trousers,
earmuffs, big-tongued trainers, long-sleeved velvet dresses, loose
skirts and small across-the-body bags.
A model wears a long pink dress with Indian-inspired head-dress and beaded detailing, by fashion designer Manish Arora during Paris Fashion Week A/W14
Manish Arora’s latest collection featured heavy skirts in candy-stripes (left) and a black velvet dress and red head scarf (right)
A model (left) wears an Indian-inspired headscarf, sari-style skirt and tunic from Manish Arora’s AW/14 collection. His latest collection at Paris Fashion Week also featured sports luxe (right)
A model wears a pink sweatshirt and loose trousers with a tropical flower print, flower earmuffs and Indian-style dots painted on her face (left), while another (right) wears an array of colours, fabrics and prints. Both from Manish Arora’s A/W14 collection at Paris Fashion Week
MManish Arora’s models march onto the catwalk at Paris Fashion Week
Headscarves, face paint, earmuffs with head pieces featured heavily in Manish Arora’s latest collection at PFW
Colours were a mish-mash of pink, green, blue, yellows and orange with big graphic prints of tropical flowers thick stripes.
Models paired the with traditional Indian-style head pieces, their faces decorated with beads and colourful makeup.
Arora debuted at London Fashion Week in 2005.
A year later, leading Indian publication, Outlook, designated him ‘Best Indian Fashion Designer’ and featured him on the cover of its March 2006 issue.
Manish opened his first Manish Arora franchise store in Villa Moda, Kuwait and another Manish Arora Fish Fry store at Crescent at The Qutub, New Delhi in 2006.
Hayley Hasslehoff looks sultry in smokey makeup and floor-length black velvet at the Christophe Guillarme A/W14 Read To Wear collection at Paris Fashion Week
Fashion designer Christophe Guillarme poses with Hayley Hasselhoff at his A/W14 collection during Paris Fashion Week