On Saturday, June 25, on the runway of the Marine Surrey in Paris, Madonna’s eldest daughter, Lord’s Leone, solidified her place as a model to visit. The 25-year-old star catwalked after a printed catsuit with the brand’s signature crescent moon motif from head to toe. In keeping with the pantallag trend introduced by Balenciaga, both pants and shoes in the design are seamlessly attached to the same print and come with built-in gloves.
Leon’s accessories shine brightly on the sports runway, reminiscent of the 80s passion for maximalist dressing. A heavy pile of chokers, chain necklaces and pendants adorns her neck, the longest being a prominent crescent moon attraction that perfectly matches her earrings. Leon also had a level of chain belt wrapped around his waist, as well as a pile of visible bracelets on both wrists.
Leon closes the show with confidence and the slightest disrespect for which he is becoming known. “I want to create a world where models have more agency over what they’re doing and they’re not just silent racks,” she shared in a recent interview with Interview magazine. “This is the age we’re entering the fashion world: personalities and models as artists.” This attitude is clearly shown through her walk on the runway, which also counted singer George Smith among the models; She wore a strapless patchwork denim dress and a choker of the same fabric.
The extra patchwork denim on the catwalk shows Sere’s body-con silhouette marked with a crescent moon, like Leon’s model. The open collection in a series of black-and-white swimwear differs with an Olympic feel, before being transformed into a range of structured jackets, two-piece sets, piped dresses and silky midi – many of which are printed with 80s-inspired jewelry motifs. . Through this collection, Serre is not only presenting fashion trends, but also encouraging sustainable production as many garments are made from upcycled materials.
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