Vogue World: Paris Livestream and Recap

On Sunday, June 23, 2024, connoisseurs of the fashion world flocked to Place Vendôme, a renowned neoclassical square in Paris, France known for it’s luxurious stores and opulence, for Vogue World 2024. Taking on a Sportscasters role but for fashion, Actor and model Cara Delevingne narrated the Vogue World’s sprawling celebration of French mode, sport, and the city of Paris itself.

This year’s edition of Vogue World was created in collaboration with youth athletic academies from throughout France, pairing different sports—cycling, gymnastics, tennis, fencing, and breaking, among others—with a decade in French fashion, going back to the 1920s.

Vogue World: Paris had it’s fair share or celebrities and artists in attendance with performances by the likes of Aya Nakamura and Bad Bunny. Celebrity special guests included Ciara, Maluma, Sabrina Carpenter, Emma Chamberlain, Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid, Serena and Venus Williams.

Furthermore, over 500 athletes, performers, surprise guests, and models strutted around the Place Vendôme including Loli Bahia, Kendall Jenner, Paloma Elsesser, Ashley Graham, Jill Kortleve, Amelia Gray, and Abby Champion.

Performing at the start of Vogue World: Paris, French-Malian singer-songwriter Aya Nakamura elegantly wore a custom Jean Paul Gaultier ensemble.  Maluma, rapper made a soignée appearance early in the evening, ferrying a chilled cocktail as he strolled about the Place in Thom Brown.

Jeremy Pope has the range to captivate both Broadway and Hollywood, and on Sunday, he proved he’s no less gifted at serving a Thom Browne runway look. Sabrina Carpenter strutting down the runway at Vogue World: Paris in striped Jacquemus. Ciara wore brilliant, billowing Givenchy to take the Vogue World runway during the 1970s-inspired portion of the evening.

Katy Perry redefined the naked dress in Noir Kei Ninomiya for her surprise runway appearance during Vogue World: Paris. In polka-dotted Balmain, actor Colman Domingo  was seen playfully jaunting around the Place Vendôme on Sunday. While, the Emily in Paris and Call My Agent! Philippine Leroy Beaulie. stormed the Vogue World runway in full businesswoman drag (courtesy of Saint Laurent, naturellement).

Closing the night of performances, Bad Bunny strolled out in a double-breasted suit from Pressiat to perform live renditions of “Monaco,” “Vou 787,” and “Titi Me Preguntó.” Serena Williams dominated tennis culture at Vogue World: Paris in Off-White and her sister, Venus Williams helped to close things down in geometric Marine Serre.

Ending for the Vogue World 2024: Paris show was Gigi Hadid in Balmain.  Creative director Olivier Rousteing of Balmain was tasked to create a finale dress that matched the splendor of the fashion-filled show. Drawing Inspiration from his home country, Rousteing states:

“I wanted the color to recall the blue of the French flag. That electric blue is also a part of the house and our DNA. From there, you’ll notice the draped gold bustier. Armor-like in its construction, the bustier is inspired by the Marianne de France, which is a symbol of strength from the French Revolution. Beyond that, the gold represents strength and, of course, timelessness. It is also gold that surrounds our incredible City of Light.”

The teams who brought this year’s Vogue World to life, Carine Roitfeld, Ib Kamara, Juan Costa Paz, and Palais Galliera, curator Alexandre Samson, oversaw the fashion components, Dame Pat McGrath led makeup design and Rihanna Super Bowl halftime show choreographer Parris Goebel oversaw artistic direction and choreography and Diplo led music direction.

The Vogue World: Paris livestream, produced by Den of Thieves and directed by Sam Wrench (the mastermind behind Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour film), can be accessed by viewers around the world right on this page, www.vogue.world, as well as via YouTube, the Vogue Runway app (download the iOS app here and the Android app here).


Source: Vogue, Cara Delevingne, Ciara, Maluma, Sabrina Carpenter, Emma Chamberlain, Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid, Serena, Venus Williams, Loli Bahia, Paloma Elsesser, Ashley Graham, Jill Kortleve, Amelia Gray, Balmain, Place Vendôme