This past weekend, the supermodel wrapped up Balmain’s men’s Fall/Winter 2024 runway show with an opulent look that was just stunning.
As the sole female participant in the show, Campbell attracted attention with her gold headpiece, which extended vertically from the middle of her head through the middle of her face and ended beneath her chin.
Her outfit consisted of black pants, flat patent leather shoes, and a top with a deep, plunging neckline. Additionally, a life-size gold bouquet held by two fake gold hands was attached to a broad gold belt.
An oversized camel-toned coat finished off Campbell’s look.
She wore her trademark long, straight hair with a middle part and neutral makeup with a few touches of metallic gold eyeshadow near her inner ducts.
The most recent Balmain fashion show included a plethora of vibrant silhouettes, eye-catching patterns, and an original interpretation of maximalist design.
According to a post from the luxury label, creative director Olivier Rousteing was influenced by the “sapeur” cultural phenomenon. This served as inspiration for a striking fusion of vivid African designs and well-tailored French silhouettes that were recognized and appreciated.
Balmain captioned a video featuring glimpses of the presentation, saying, “The ensemble results in a freeing, maximalist display that marks an unapologetic stake in the sand: a vision of luxury is whatever we make it.”
Apart from Rousteing’s captivating presentation, a few more noteworthy moments from Paris Fashion Week have emerged, such as Pharrell Williams’ Western-inspired interpretation of the Louis Vuitton Fall 2024 men’s collection.