Karlie Kloss flashes her flat abs in unzipped utility-inspired jumpsuit before showing off her endless legs in racy ensemble for PFW’s Lanvin show
By JABEEN WAHEED FOR MAILONLINE PUBLISHED: 28 September 2016
She stylishly jetted in to Charles de Gaulle airport in France on Tuesday morning ahead of Paris Fashion Week.
And Karlie Kloss proved that jet-lag was far from kicking in as she caused a fan frenzy in a utility chic inspired outfit ahead of the Lanvin show.
The 24-year-old supermodel flashed a slither of her toned abs by unzipping her jumpsuit to expose her bra, before showcasing her endless legs during the runway show in a racy ensemble.
Fashionista: Karlie Kloss, 24, caused a fan frenzy in a utility chic inspired outfit ahead of the Lanvin show for Paris Fashion Week on Tuesday
Runway star: After arriving Karlie made a quick change for the runway where her look combined a business blazer with a billowing sheer skirt with wide-set pleats
The leather snakeskin jumpsuit skimmed her svelte figure to perfection and teased her perky assets as she confidently posed up a storm.
Unapologetic about her 6 ft 1 in frame, the Chicago beauty paired the look with pointed ankle boots which boasted gold chain detailing.
Completing the ensemble was a stylish clutch bag while her blonde mane rested above her shoulders with just a slither of natural make-up on her face.
And while her blush infused, glossy pink lips stayed the same on the highly anticipated runway show, her outfit was anything but similar.
Ab-tastic! The model flashed a slither of her toned abs by unzipping her jumpsuit to expose her bra
Stylish: The leather snakeskin jumpsuit skimmed her svelte figure to perfection and she teamed it with pointed ankle boots which boasted gold chain detailing
All eyes on her: The beauty caused quite the spectacle as she made her way in to the show
Karlie was determined to show off their endless legs as she strutted down the catwalk in front of a room of fashion’s elite.
Her look combined a business feel with floaty beach vibes as she wore the classic Lanvin-style blazer with a billowing sheer skirt with wide-set pleats.
She rounded out the look with studded sliders with a flat sole - a refreshing shock for the runway given the fondness for a teetering heel. Her top half was draped with dazzling jewels.
Famous: Hundreds of people attempted to take a picture of the star
Trendy: Completing the look was a stylish clutch bag while her blonde mane rested above her shoulders with just a slither of natural make-up on her face
And the star’s blonde tresses were worn in a dead straight style cascading from a side parting Karlie has been enjoying an action-packed schedule over the last few weeks, attending numerous Fashion Week events.
The IMG Model recently revealed she maintains her lean statuesque figure with jogging, as well as a diet of fish and ‘lots of vegetables.’
'I get my tennis shoes on, put my headphones in, and run a slow five miles,’ Kloss said in the October issue of Women’s Health.
Striking: Karlie’s blonde tresses were worn in a dead straight style cascading from a side parting, while her make-up was kept totally neutral with just a slick of mascara and dab of pink lipstick
Stealing the moment: Karlie was joined by Lanvin designer Bouchra Jarrar to wrap up the show
'I’m disciplined because [keeping fit is] the best gift you can give yourself. It’s therapy and stress release, and it reminds you to breathe.’
Meanwhile, joining her on the runway were her good modal pals Jourdan Dunn and rising sensation, Taylor Hill.
As the clothes were set for SS17, the ensembles and their accessories were designed for the heat - explaining the chic strappy sandals the models were rocking.
Ready to wow: Karlie shared a giggle with her good pal Jourdan Dunn as they posed backstage ahead of the show
When I arrived to Roissy-Charles de Gaulle I felt empty. The lasts kind words that I heard was “Good luck darling !”, by an American-Armenian who said that next time I go to Armenia I have to go to Sevan, meet his friends.
After that, all I heard was french people grumble, complain and say racial remarks. During one hour. My MP3 didn’t have battery anymore.
Rare color scenes from the Liberation of Paris, August 25, 1944, including an intact Eiffel Tower flying the French Tricolour, General Charles De Gaulle marching down the Champs Elysees, and Allied troops marching in front of the Arc de Triomphe.
Taken by newsreel cameraman Jack Lieb, this color home movie was donated by the Lieb family to the National Archives in 1984. You’ll see World War II from a perspective different than the official military film or commercial newsreel. With his personal footage, Lieb takes the viewer through the preparations in England, where he spent time with war correspondents Ernie Pyle, Jack Thompson, and Larry LaSueur, to the liberation of Paris and finally into Germany. Along the way, Lieb captured his experience on 16mm Kodachrome, filming everyday people in France and the occasional celebrity, such as Edward G. Robinson or Ernest Hemingway.
OK, so it’s not a bouncy castle per se – it’s more like a design for a trampoline bridge. That doesn’t stop it from being perhaps one the better ideas the French have come up with. I mean the most consistent perhaps clichéd travel advice you’ll get when visiting Paris is to walk pass all the bridges.
And it’s completely true…you should. But now it’s gonna be like “Don’t forget to cross the trampoline bridge.” Or at least that’s what the architects at Atelier Zundel Cristea imagine for the future - a series of three inflatable trampolines that would enable you to cross the Seine in what would no doubt bring hordes more tourists piling out of Charles de Gaulle just to experience.
Probably won’t happen, but dang those cool Persians…a freaking trampoline bridge?! Come on!!
On this day in 1890, French military and political leader Charles de Gaulle was born in Lille. De Gaulle was raised in Paris, and in 1909 enrolled in the prestigious Saint-Cyr military academy. In his first deployment, de Gaulle was commanded by Colonel Philippe Pétain, who would later became famous for his leadership of the collaborationist Vichy regime. De Gaulle served with distinction during the First World War, and was captured during the Battle of Verdun in 1916. After the war, de Gaulle advanced through the ranks to serve on France’s Supreme War Council, and wrote widely about what he perceived to be France’s military weaknesses, largely due to an overreliance on the Maginot Line. After the outbreak of the Second World War, de Gaulle continued to advance professionally, becoming brigadier general and undersecretary for defense and war. However, after France’s invasion by the Nazis in 1940 and the subseqeunt surrender and collaboration of Petain’s regime, de Gaulle fled to England rather than accept France’s capitulation. With support from Prime Minister Winston Churchill, de Gaulle led the Free French movement and a government in exile, urging his countrymen to resist the Nazis and organising colonial soldiers to continue the fight. After liberation in 1944, the popular de Gaulle - who received a hero’s welcome in liberated Paris - became president of the French provisional government. At the war’s close, de Gaulle successfully secured his nation an occupation zone in the defeated Germany and a seat on the United Nation’s Security Council. De Gaulle soon resigned the presidency, however, after his desires for a strong executive were rejected, and retired from politics in 1953. However, as the government crumbled, the famed leader stepped in and became president of the Fifth Republic government in 1959. A dedicated nationalist, President de Gaulle pushed for French independence from the two Cold War superpowers, even withdrawing from NATO in 1966, and asserted French military strength through a nuclear weapons programme. Controversially, he also supported Algerian independence following a series of colonial uprisings. De Gaulle retired in 1969, amid rising protests and calls for reform, and died in November 1970. Charles de Gaulle was mourned as a national hero who, even in the dark days of the Second World War, dedicated himself to the freedom and independence of France.
“Paris outraged! Paris
broken! Paris martyred! But Paris liberated!
Liberated by itself, liberated by its people
with the help of the French armies, with the
support and the help of all France, of the
France that fights, of the only France, of the
real France, of the eternal France!” - Charles de Gaulle after the liberation of Paris on August 25th 1944