her newspaper dress that competes with Carrie Bradshaw
No offense to some, the style of the years 1990-2000 is in better shape than ever. An operational return that we owe in part to the sudden appeal of Y2K fashion trends on social networks, but also to the reappropriation of this vintage aesthetic by luxury houses and celebrities. Among the most faithful followers? Emily Ratajkowskion the strength of her new fashion find.
Emily Ratajkowski: first follower of fashion trends
Avant-garde at heart and nostalgic for influences nineties, Emily Ratajkowski made a most notable appearance on September 12, 2022 on the streets of New York. Before going to the parade Vogue Worldthe English model was photographed in a first copy-paste look by Carrie Bradshaw, played by actress Sarah Jessica Parker. On the screen ? The latter combines a shirt oversized borrowed from M.Big, which she belts and enhances with pumps.
In real life ? Emily Ratajkowski paired a striped shirt Bottega Veneta, deliberately oversized, which she adjusted with a belt signed by the Italian luxury house. All enhanced by a Dior satchel and a pair of Khaite kitten heel boots. If this look is flawless, it’s nothing compared to the anecdotal second outfit presented by the divorced star to her 28 million subscribers.
Emrata: her Dior newspaper dress inspired by Carrie Bradshaw
Under the flashes of photographer Adrian Martin, the young mother of Sylvester Apollo Bear (1 year), revealed her evening outfit to her 29 million subscribers. His secret? This is a dress directly inspired by the wardrobe of the series Sex and the Citywhich the character of Carrie Bradshaw wears in episode 17 “What Goes Around Comes Around” (2000) of season 3. A fictional look, composed by the famous costume designer Patricia Field (The devil wears Prada, Ugly Betty, Emily in Paris) and which still stands out today as one of the outfits that have most marked the history of television.
To make a splash, @Emrata therefore grabbed an iconic newspaper dress vintage, from the “Hobo” Christian Dior fall 2000 ready-to-wear collection. A creation recognizable among a thousand, because of its now legendary signature print, which had inspired none other than Kim Kardashian in 2019.
A dress designed by John Galliano for Dior in the 2000s
Created for Dior by designer and Knight of the Legion of Honor John Galliano, the newspaper dress is the very interpretation of the success encountered by the latter who was at the head of the ready-to-wear and Haute Couture lines from 1996 to 2011. A popularity interrupted by the dismissal of the British couturier for “having made comments in total contradiction with the house’s core values,” according to Dior’s press release at the time. That she will be the next personality to succumb to this sensational dress?