Karlie Kloss, Eva Chen, and Mark Holgate Host the Annual CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund “Individuals in Paris” Cocktail – Vogue.com
“What’s to not love about Paris?” stated Karlie Kloss, whereas flashing her trademark megawatt smile. The supermodel was a primary-time host of the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Individuals in Paris cocktail occasion final night time, alongside Eva Chen and Vogue’s Mark Holgate. Decked out in an all-white flooring-size look by Adam Selman—one in all 9 American designers collaborating in the showroom this season—Kloss reduce a stunning determine that was solely amplified by her new platinum hair. “I really feel like a little bit of an ice queen!” she stated. “And I’m actually residing out the notion that blondes have extra enjoyable!” Her mannequin colleagues Cindy Bruna and Andreea Diaconu arrived later in the night with head-turning vogue moments of their very own; Diaconu in a flame-purple Brock Collection cocktail gown, and Bruna in a glowing silver go well with. “It’s one in all the appears to be like from our new assortment,” stated Space codesigner Beckett Fogg, beaming with satisfaction.
There have been a number of CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund alumni in attendance as effectively, Joseph Altuzarra—who arrived contemporary from his Paris debut with pal and collaborator, stylist Vanessa Traina, at his aspect—Jason Wu, and jewellery designer Eddie Borgo. “I used to be truly a part of the first group of Individuals that got here right here, and we confirmed in an area at the Palais-Royal,” stated Borgo, taking in the view of the in depth gardens under. “Do you know Coco Chanel used to reside right here?” With visitors perusing the racks of the new assortment over glasses of Perrier-Jouët Champagne, you might think about that Madame Chanel would have authorized of the convivial vogue environment. “Should you go behind that mirrored door, you’ll discover Coco’s outdated dressing room,” stated Adam Selman, as mannequin Riley Montana, sporting one in all his slinky pearl-trimmed slip clothes, floated over to greet him. Being an American in Paris doesn’t get a lot chicer than that.