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‘Emily in Paris’ Icon Sylvie Takes Paris Fashion Week

Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu, who plays our favorite pencil skirt-wearing Parisienne, attended the Ami Fall 2022 show in a chic, sheer dress.

Philippine Leroy Beaulieu at the Ami Fall 2022 show as part of Paris Fashion Week. <p>Photo: Pierre Suu/Getty Images</p>
Philippine Leroy Beaulieu at the Ami Fall 2022 show as part of Paris Fashion Week.

Photo: Pierre Suu/Getty Images

Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu, a.k.a. Sylvie of “Emily in Paris,” channeled the Saint-Tropez-beach-dancing, bikini-over-pencil-skirt side of her fictional character at her latest real-life outing.

On Wednesday, Leroy-Beaulieu attended the Ami Fall 2022 show at Paris Fashion Week in a dress that left little up to the imagination. She channeled the subtly-sexy style of her on-screen counterpart — maybe not-so-subtle, considering it was completely transparent. The long-sleeve body-hugging, ankle-grazing sheer dress was a chic, ultra Parisienne front-row moment that not even Sylvie, who oozes meanness, could snub her nose at.

Leroy-Beaulieu swapped a pointed-toe pump for strappy sandals and sported a red manicure (just as any self-respecting French woman would), adding intrigue

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Thylane Blondeau, the ‘most beautiful girl in the world,’ turns heads in black lingerie at Paris Fashion Week

Thylane Blondeau is gushing over her recent appearance at Paris Fashion Week.

The 20-year-old model donned black lingerie during the Etam Live Show on Monday. Blondeau, who has been named the “most beautiful girl in the world,” accessorized with black heels adorned with feathers.

Blondeau wore her hair in a natural wave and donned a toned-down makeup look.

THYLANE BLONDEAU ROCKS A WHITE BIKINI WHILE ENJOYING A GETAWAY BEAU

French model Thylane Blondeau presents a creation by designer Etam during Paris Fashion Week at the Garnier Opera in Paris. <span class="copyright">Photo by Christophe ARCHAMBAULT / AFP via Getty Images</span>

French model Thylane Blondeau presents a creation by designer Etam during Paris Fashion Week at the Garnier Opera in Paris. Photo by Christophe ARCHAMBAULT / AFP via Getty Images

“Wowwww,” Blondeau captioned a series of photos from the event on her Instagram. “Thank you so much @etam for having me walking this incredible show !!! Had so much fun . Thank you @sagliogeraldine @cococasting forever grateful.”

“Thank u everyone for ur sweet messages,” she added.

Blondeau has been named the “most

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Paris Fashion Week SS22 Women Street Style Looks

Paris Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2022 has wrapped up on a strong note. For the past week, France’s fashion capital has welcomed the new season amidst a year of uncertainty and the return of physical fashion shows during the COVID-19 era. The city rejoiced at the comeback of one of fashion’s most anticipated weeks, seeing creatives and fashion admirers alike show up and celebrate some of the most coveted designers in the industry.

This fashion week was one to remember with brands like Balenciaga taking runway presentation to new heights by creating an episode of The Simpsons to showcase its SS22 collection to Olivier Rousteing celebrating his tenth year as Balmain‘s creative director with a star-studded runway.

With an abundance of dazzling events, Paris Fashion Week show-goers dusted off a year of quarantine with their new seasonal bests, dressing in the best street-influenced leisurewear. This year, Paris ignited a masterclass

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Givenchy faces backlash for noose necklace at Paris fashion show


After a truly head-scratching choice on the runway, Givenchy is now facing backlash for featuring a noose necklace at a Paris Fashion show.

Fashion house Givenchy had their spring-summer women’s and men’s Paris fashion show over the weekend. While typically one of the biggest days of the year for any fashion house, the headlines coming out of it are unflattering, to say the least. The house and creative director Matthew M Williams are now under fire for what is being referred to as a, “blatantly offensive” necklace, which people immediately realized resembles a noose.

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The backlash to the choice is widespread, with fashion accounts and even professors speaking out in frustration with the choice. Professor of media, communications and cultural studies at Goldsmiths, University of London, Angela McRobbie, shared in a statement to The Guardian, “I’m not sure what to say here, given the

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