There are moments when all of Hollywood is on the same page with their fashion choices and times when everyone rests at opposite ends of a spectrum. Long sleeve navy dress Last week fell into the latter category. Either stars ignored the weather forecast and committed to summery dressing in mini-skirts and strappy sandals, or they kept warm by pulling out their best puffers and shearlings.
Both options were appealing, but the late night circuit was dominated by leg-baring silhouettes and the cast of Euphoria. On Monday, Hunter Schafer promoted the series’ latest season on Jimmy Kimmel Live while wearing a lacy empire-waisted Vera Wang babydoll dress that could have been pulled from Courtney Love’s closet. Schafer was born long after Seattle’s grunge heyday, but the piece perfectly captured her daring style. Long sleeve smock dress A day later, Schafer’s co-star Maude Apatow took to the couch on The Tonight Show in a sequined look from Saint Laurent. Sparkling and festive with marabou feather trim and a pale beige hue, Apatow’s long-sleeved mini-dress had all the effervescence of a glass of champagne.
Kendall Jenner may have delighted the internet by posting a bikini selfie from the slopes of Aspen, but the modeling star spent the majority of her trip bundled up. For dinner with pal Fai Khadra at the Japanese eatery Matsuhisa, Jenner pulled out a luxurious shearling from Khaite’s pre-fall 2022 collection. Layered over a Bottega Veneta turtleneck and leather skirt from Moldovan label Fidan Novruzova, the coat was a cold-weather standout that turned Jenner’s six-second walk from the restaurant’s door to her SUV into a fashion moment.
In Paris’s front row, contrasts continued with model Tina Kunakey’s avant-garde suiting at Y/Project, bringing welcome drama to the front row. Her deconstructed denim tux meets trench was difficult to categorize, but it looked great. Still, you didn’t have to reinvent the wheel to stand out at PFW. Long sleeve shift dresses Thanks to a modish navy mini and black leather racing jacket combo, Venus Williams stole the show in Louis Vuitton’s front row in a look that kept things short and sweet.