Kendall Jenner pulls off the collection better than anyone. Each season, the looks of the collections of different houses are “copied” as they are, giving us a different and realistic pleasure to watch the parade. On the 22nd, the master of minimal fashion was captured wearing the look from the S/S 2023 collection of his favorite brand, The Row.
The Row’s S/S 2023 collection was photographed on the streets of Paris. It captures the natural look of everyday life under the subtle Paris sun. And Kendall Jenner is also in Paris now. Enhancement of the look of the collection taken in Paris in Paris! It’s different in meaning, isn’t it?
The 21st look he showed arouses a strange nostalgia in them. The long black ankle-length dress with a fitted waist and black organza scarf gently wrapped around her head looked like a main character in a classic Hollywood movie or captured the classic beauty of an old town. Kendall Jenner was completely immersed in the serene Parisian sensibility, finishing the look with skinny kitten heels from The Row.
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When I layered it with the look I was wearing this time, I was immediately won over. In particular, the black dress is a classic among the classics of the clothing world. After The Row, well-established brands such as Ferragamo, Givenchy and Versace have focused on essential elegance by releasing a range of classic black dresses in the A/W 2023 collection. It’s an item that never goes out of fashion. not, but the situation is going in a direction where you have no choice but to forecast the trend. Masterpieces are fun even if you know the ending, which is pretty good.
Kendall Jenner’s black dress fashion, which was a “new” outfit, but had a strong sense of old beauty. I’ve done a lot of collectible looks so far, but I don’t want to end this time with just prints. The next few months will be a series of wonderful days for wearing a dress.
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