Paris Fashion Week is winding down, with industry heavy hitters, models, and street-style stars attending the last round of shows wearing, as you'd expect, some of their strongest outfits of the season. Case in point: Naomi Campbell's Valentino Spring/Summer 2020 show look, which was, in a short, glamorous, maximalist perfection that you're going to be drooling over in the days to come. But really, did you except anything less from the always amazingly dressed front-row regular? Not really.
On Sept. 29, it's quite likely every street-style photographer stopped whatever they were doing once Campbell arrived on the scene of Valentino's Spring/Summer 2020 show — one of this season's most highly anticipated gatherings, both in terms of what designer Pierpaolo Piccioli would debut on the runways, and, of course, what standout outfits would fill up the front-row this time around.
One ensemble that, perhaps unsurprisingly, didn't go unnoticed was Campbell's gorgeously luxe two-piece set that consisted of a long turtleneck tunic and coordinating wide-leg trousers. The cream combo hailed from Maison Valentino's Resort 2020 collection, but it felt like the perfect choice for the brand's Spring/Summer 2020 show, considering the designer dedicated the entire opening section to white, churning out 12 gorgeous, all-ivory looks. Plenty of feather-embellished getups made their way down the runway, too.
Both Campbell's tunic and trousers featured subtle sequin embellishments throughout that made the pieces utterly glamorous and glitzy in the best way. What's more, the top was fringed with airy white feathers on the hem and sleeves, which added to the overall lavishness of the look.
Campbell rounded out her front-row outfit with nude leather ankle boots — a smart styling choice, as they allowed her Valentino set to remain center stage. But one facet of her ensemble that was anything but subtle? That hot-pink Valentino Garavani Rockstud Spike Fluo bag she was holding in her right hand that popped against the monochrome white base pieces.
Feather-adorned pieces have been around for quite a while now, with the likes of Mandy Moore and Nicole Kidman rocking various iterations of the trend. Campbell's take is quite bold, but luckily, there are more subtle ways to sport the airy fringe this season.
Ahead, The Zoe Report's favorite feather-embellished pieces to buy now and wear to all your upcoming social gatherings.