In Paris, Violet Chachki yet again proves she’s the queen of couture

At the point when Violet Chachki went to Paris Couture Week a year ago, she made a special effort. She composed her consummately secured Jean Paul Gaultier outfit to her profound sea blue hair; she shaped a design forward group at Mugler with any semblance of Casey Spooner, Caroline Polacheck, and the brand’s imaginative chief Casey Cadwallader; and she reproduced a scandalous Britney Spears present before the Eiffel Tower (in a hot pink work shirt, no less).

At the current year’s Couture Week, Chachki, who simply reported her up and coming presentation solo show “A Whole Lot More,” by one way or another figured out how to one-up herself. From knocking shoulders with Celine Dion to rioting of Paris in a red outfit that she depicts as “Handmaid’s Tale goes women’s activist and style forward” with Caroline Vreeland close by in a coordinating dress, Chachki was in fine structure a week ago as she went to shows like Schiaparelli, Ralph and Russo, Giambattista Valli, and Jean Paul Gaultier. What’s more, in a brazen retaliation from a year ago’s dirty tricks, Chachki wound up presenting before one more great Parisian vacation destination, this time eclipsing the Vendôme Column that stands only north of the Tuileries Gardens in a semi-transparent, white tulle couture creation by Viktor and Rolf. Chachki once more demonstrated that she’s the ruler of couture.