The cast of ‘Emily In Paris’ sure did make a huge impact on the red carpet for the Season 3 world premiere held at Theatre Des Champs Elysees on Tuesday (December 6) in Paris, France, and I’m not just talking about the ladies.
Lucien Laviscount has proven that he isn’t afraid of taking a risk on the red carpet.
Some would say that a purple tonal Louis Vuitton suit isn’t risky, until you get to the hem of the split trousers and those boots.
He’s working in a way a model would. Which is handy, as he has model features, but maybe not the model height.
I adore the colour, but the fabric kinda dulled my senses for this look, along with everything south of his ankles.
I didn’t expect to see Sofia Carson on this red carpet, but I always expect a beautiful Giambattista Valli moment from her.
Can we take a moment to appreciate William Abadie in this shawl collar midnight blue Brunello Cucinelli velvet suit?
Kate Walsh may have the most limited screen time, but she made the biggest impact in this Stéphane Rolland Haute Couture Fall 2016 gown.
If this dress was in black. She had opted for a chic chignon, not worn the Bulgari necklace and gone easy on the eye makeup, I would’ve like this.
Nieves Álvarez is always a tough act to follow in Stéphane Rolland.
Paul Forman’s Off-White Fall 2022 suit features unique embellishments which look like the actor got caught in the rain.
Christian Louboutin sneakers completed his look.
Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu was another person on this red carpet whose footwear I couldn’t get on board with, and it looks like she was inspired by the runway on this occasion.
I love the Sportmax Fall 2022 dress and the half leather gloves, but leopard boots didn’t work for me.
Boucheron jewels completed her look.
Remember this moment from Lucas Bravo when mens cropped jackets start trending on the red carpet.
This Emanuel Ungaro suit is exactly what I expect from Samuel Arnold on the red carpet. Right down to the Louboutin loafers.
Jin Xuan Mao wore an intriguing look from the upcycle glamour brand Germanier.
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