Paris Fashion Week: Chiara Ferragni nails street style in the French capital




 

Since Fashion Week kicked off in Paris, influencers, muses and style icons from around the world have touched down in the city for a week-long fashion-fest. They are also treating their followers to a behind-the-scenes glimpse of life backstage by sharing all kinds of pictures on social media. Monday, September 24, fashion icon Chiara Ferragni was in the French capital to attend the Dior and Jacquemus shows, much to the delight of the waiting photographers, who were quick to snap the influencer and her outfit choices.

The blogger-turned-businesswoman and designer, Chiara Ferragni, is still clearly an avid fashion fan who wouldn't miss Paris Fashion Week for the world. The Italian influencer, who is particularly close to Dior, was evidently one of the fashion house's special guests for its show at the Longchamp racecourse, but she also attended the Jacquemus show.

Here, the recently married influencer turned up in a head-to-toe Jacquemus lok, posing for photographers in the streets of Paris. She wore a long dress with a thigh-high split and a low-cut neck in a very pale shade of blue, matched with one of the Jacquemus mini bags likely to be hit next season. The blogger picked the yellow model -- the perfect choice to take in the French designer's sunny "La Riviera" collection.


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