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Lily Moss brought British girl energy to the world of Vogue: Paris 2024

Lily Moss brought British girl energy to the world of Vogue: Paris 2024

Vogue World: Paris saw the greats of French fashion – and sport – converge on Place Vendôme tonight, in a one-off spectacle that brought together models and cyclists, horses and couture, pop stars and synchronized swimmers. From an ode to the traditional waiters’ race in Paris, to a rousing performance by French-Malian singer Aya Nakamura, it was an undeniably expensive affair – but talent came from all over the world to take part.

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Representing the British? None other than longtime model Lily Moss, whose mother Kate gave an unforgettable performance in Vogue World: London at the Theater Royal Drury Lane. Where Kate wore a custom-made dress designed by her long-time friend and collaborator John Galliano for last year’s event, inspired by the West End’s opening night, her daughter walked the runway in Paris tonight wearing a white mini dress and an elegant marie. Janes.

Lily Moss walks through the world of Vogue: Paris.

Layla, 21, opened the 1960s segment of the show, which was themed on a duel, wearing dramatic silver eye makeup designed by Dame Pat McGrath and an intricate helmet-like hairstyle made of hair clips designed by Eugene Sulaiman. Space-age looks by Courrès and Paco Rabanne evoked the decade in which society – and fashion – made huge leaps forward, from the birth control pill becoming more widely available to the advent (and rise) of the miniskirt. Laila and her fellow models were joined on the runway by actress and musician Teyana Taylor, freelance photographer Malik Boudian and French politician Laura Fleisel Colovic, a former sports minister.

Lily Moss at the 2023 Fashion Awards.

Lily Moss at the 2023 Fashion Awards.

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Get a front row seat at Saint Laurent.

Get a front row seat at Saint Laurent.

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