Thylane Blondeau, the ‘most beautiful girl in the world,’ turns heads in black lingerie at Paris Fashion Week

Thylane Blondeau is gushing over her recent appearance at Paris Fashion Week.

The 20-year-old model donned black lingerie during the Etam Live Show on Monday. Blondeau, who has been named the “most beautiful girl in the world,” accessorized with black heels adorned with feathers.

Blondeau wore her hair in a natural wave and donned a toned-down makeup look.

THYLANE BLONDEAU ROCKS A WHITE BIKINI WHILE ENJOYING A GETAWAY BEAU

French model Thylane Blondeau presents a creation by designer Etam during Paris Fashion Week at the Garnier Opera in Paris. <span class="copyright">Photo by Christophe ARCHAMBAULT / AFP via Getty Images</span>

French model Thylane Blondeau presents a creation by designer Etam during Paris Fashion Week at the Garnier Opera in Paris. Photo by Christophe ARCHAMBAULT / AFP via Getty Images

“Wowwww,” Blondeau captioned a series of photos from the event on her Instagram. “Thank you so much @etam for having me walking this incredible show !!! Had so much fun . Thank you @sagliogeraldine @cococasting forever grateful.”

“Thank u everyone for ur sweet messages,” she added.

Blondeau has been named the “most

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Rihanna, Telfar and Savage x Caramel Form August’s First Week

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The Caramel Curves, an all-Black women’s motorcycle crew from New Orleans, are used to turning heads and taking names through the city as they cruise around each Sunday. Their over-the-top and vibrant fashion gives them a distinct and noticeable edge, sporting only the brightest clothing—think highlighter yellow and neon green—rhinestones everywhere, only wearing heels and helmets with fuchsia mohawks. All of this to say, the glitz and glamour of these badass ladies easily caught Rihanna’s eye.

The campaign was shot all around New Orleans by Shaniqwa Jarvis and features the ladies in the newest drop—embroidered bra and underwear sets, gloves, curve-hugging bodysuits and fishnets. They posed alongside and next to their prized motorcycles and showcased the raw power and confidence that comes from being in that type of control.

One thing that is clearly a theme in both the photos and the Caramel Curves’ day-to-day lives is

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Does Chanel’s Stance on E-Commerce Make Sense? | This Week in Fashion, BoF Professional

The pandemic hit fashion’s biggest luxury players hard. But it hit Chanel worst of all, according to figures released by the French luxury giant this week.

The company’s sales sagged 18 percent last year, slightly under-performing LVMH and Kering and significantly lagging accessories powerhouse Hermès. It’s the first time the privately held Chanel has failed to record double-digit growth since it started publishing financial results four years ago. Operating profit plummeted 41 percent.

Like its luxury rivals, the company suffered as stores closed in key markets and normally high-spending international tourists were grounded. Chanel was particularly vulnerable because a comparatively large proportion of its business is driven by sales of cosmetics and perfume that were hard hit by the decline in travel retail.

But the company faced another handicap: unlike brands such as Dior, Louis Vuitton and Gucci, Chanel doesn’t sell its core fashion and accessories products online, so when

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Here’s what went down at Copenhagen Fashion Week

It’s a city known for its colourful, creative approach to clothes, and this week Copenhagen’s biannual fashion week delivered fun, free-spirited fashion in full force.

While thanks to the online-only format sightings of the Danish capital’s famously snappily dressed street style set have been notably lacking, the designers themselves rose to the challenge of presenting their autumn/ winter 21 collections digitally, with a schedule of beautiful fashion films and audience-free runway shows. 

Joining the lineup for the first time on Tuesday was high street heavyweight H&M, with the fashion week debut of its premium Studio collection. Designed at the retailer’s Stockholm atelier, the limited edition spring/ summer 21 offering, which will hit stores February 18, was inspired by adventure and treasure-seeking explorers, with octopus-like tasselled skirts, over-the-knee leather boots and pirate hats providing Jack Sparrow references aplenty.    



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Elsewhere, practicality and colour were overarching

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