Cheryl Fernandez Versini, Kate Hudson, Naomi Campbell and Elizabeth Olsen attend the SS15 Paris Couture shows
The world’s most expensive beanie hats made their runway debut at Chanel this Paris Couture Week, but what about the action on the FROW? From Cheryl Fernandez Versini’s Parisian make-under, to Kate Hudson’s limelight-stealing dress at Versace, these are the star looks you need to know about…
Cheryl Fernandez Versini At Ralph And Russo
Chezza and her French husband Jean Bernard ventured to Paree for the Ralph and Russo show – the only Brit brand to show on the official haute schedule. After revealing recently that she’s picked up a little bit of the lingo, it seems our Cheryl is actually starting to dress the part too, evidenced in this tres chic monochrome ensemble, complete with Franco-glam neckerchief.
Elizabeth Olsen At Christian Dior
Marie Claire cover star Lizzie looks pitch-perfect in an asymmetric LBD with a tweed bomber. Was she window-shopping Raf Simons’ couture offering ahead of her wedding to Boyd Holbrook, expected to be later this year? We secretly hope she shuns the traditional wow-frocks and styles up one of those Ziggy Stardust jumpsuits instead.
Kate Hudson At Versace
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again, Kate Hudson’s body is killer. We worship it, in all its scarlet, slashed-Versace glory. She totally stole that show – we honestly couldn’t tell you anything else about it.
Kristen Stewart At Chanel
Kristen rocks her little white dress with chunky clogs, chains and grungy eye make up – surely we all know by now that she just doesn’t do pretty, ok?
Naomi Campbell At Jean Paul Gaultier
Ok, Naomi’s technically on the runway, but there’s no denying that she’s one of the hottest stars around this Paris Couture Week. Let us adore her expertly modelling spring’s quirkiest bridal looks and let her glowing bod be an inspiration to us all ahead of our first tights-free outing post-winter.
Karlie Kloss At Versace
Again, we know this is cheating, but just look at those supermodel legs. Karlie gives a masterclass in working Martini glass flares (skinny stem, wide hem) and nails SS15 before its even begun.
See more highlights from Paris Couture Week in the gallery above.