7 of the most daring looks celebrities wore at Schiaparelli's Paris Fashion Week show
Schiaparelli hosted its Spring 2023 runway show during Paris Fashion Week on Monday.
Celebrities, influencers, and Hollywood stylists attended the event in daring fashion.
Kylie Jenner wore a realistic lion's head, and Doja Cat's skin was covered in 30,000 crystals.
Italian influencer Chiara Ferragni was one of the first to arrive in a daring outfit.
Her three-piece look included polka-dot tights, form-fitting shorts, and an unbuttoned blouse with cone attachments at the chest. The latter garment also had long sleeves with tufts of silk at each wrist.
Ferragni, who was styled by Fabio Maria Damato, completed her look with black pumps, a thick belt, oversized gold earrings, and a $6,077 Schiaparelli purse that's designed to look like a face.
French actor Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu was then photographed in a showstopping coat with a corset bodice.
Designed by Schiaparelli, the white outerwear is crafted from shearling and a "crinkled and glazed" calfskin bustier. It retails for 19,000 euros, or about $20,643.
For accessories, Leroy-Beaulieu chose sheer black tights, black pumps, and a matching handbag.
Kylie Jenner made an appearance in a bold dress that was embellished with a replica of a lion's head.
As Jenner said on Instagram, the lion's head was a "faux art creation constructed by hand using manmade materials."
Though celebrities like Shay Mitchell praised the look in the comments section of her post, other social-media users took issue with the realistic-looking animal head.
"Even though it's not real, it's still disturbing and in bad taste," one person wrote.
Schiaparelli said on Instagram that the fake animal heads featured in its show on Monday were meant to represent the "lust, pride, and avarice" present in Dante's "Inferno" — which served as inspiration for the runway show.
The brand also reiterated that the accessories were "hand-sculpted" from foam, resin, wool, and silk faux fur, and "hand painted to look as life-like as possible."
"No animals were harmed in the making of this look," the Schiaparelli Instagram account says.
The fake animal head was attached to Jenner's strapless, body-hugging gown made from velvet, which she paired with Schiaparelli's famous gold-toe heels.
Diane Kruger sported a full Schiaparelli look that retails for more than $22,000.
Her black denim outfit included a high-waisted pencil skirt and cropped jacket with puffed sleeves — both printed with Schiaparelli sketches of anatomy and constellations.
The skirt retails for 6,900 euros, or about $7,501; the jacket costs 7,200 euros, or about $7,828; and her matching lambskin purse retails for 6,400 euros, or about $6,958.
Doja Cat was unrecognizable in a red outfit and matching jewels that covered her skin.
As Vogue reported, Doja Cat's look was meant to transform her into a living sculpture. Her dress was strapless up top and covered in red beads across its skirt.
She also carried a matching scarf across her arms and wore red boots with Schiaparelli's toe embellishments.
But it was Doja Cat's makeup that stole the show. Makeup artist Pat McGrath and her team spent nearly five hours covering the musician in more than 30,000 crimson Swarovski crystals.
Celebrity stylist Law Roach arrived in a statement coat with sharp shoulder pads.
His cropped jacket was covered in a fuzzy material, while his straight skirt was made from a contrasting matte fabric.
Roach wore the outfit with platform sandals, chunky sunglasses, and a leather purse.
German influencer Leonie Hanne chose a black dress with a daring gold print.
The social-media star's long-sleeved minidress was decorated with a sparkling gold painting of a woman's silhouette. She wore it with thigh-high leather boots, a gold purse, and metallic earrings.
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