Rosie Huntington-Whiteley flashed her seemingly endless supermodel pins as she lent her star power to the Stuart Weitzman Rock Roll Ride short film premiere in Paris on Monday night. Celebrating with a cocktail party thrown at the stunning and historic Hotel Salomon de Rothschild, the British beauty was among a host of fashionable A-listers who flocked to the event, with the likes of Australian supermodel Miranda Kerr and US singer Ciara also getting glammed up for the bash.
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Yet despite the company she kept, Rosie still managed to stand out from the fashion pack as she slipped into a striking metallic silver textured mini-dress. The 27-year-old put just the right amount of skin on display in the frock, which featured a high neckline and voluminous half-length sleeves, the short hemline exposing her long, lithe legs to perfection, with an added short slit up one thigh.
Complementing her looks beautifully were a pair of matching metallic strappy stilettos and a small rose-gold purse featuring contrasting yellow-gold hardware on a thin chain strap. She wore her long golden tresses down in a messy, wavy style that cascaded down around her shoulders, while she was made up to perfection, with a fresh, dewy complexion enhanced by bronzer, shimmery eyes and a pretty rose hue on her plump pout.
It’s been the perfect Paris Fashion Week for the in-demand model, who managed to find a nice balance between walking in the shows and being a spectator. As well as strutting her stuff on the catwalk for the likes of Givenchy and Balmain, she was able to join celebrity pals Clemence Poesy and Ellie Goulding as they were seated front and centre for the Chloe show. Rock Ride Roll, a short film collaboration with designer Stuart Weitzman that acts as the label’s fall collection campaign, heralds the directorial debut of Julia Restoin Roitfeld.
The 33-year-old French-born, New York-based art director and model – the daughter of CR Fashion Book Editor-In-Chief Carine Roitfeld and Equipment clothing creator Christian Restoin – directs Poppy Delevingne and Dylan Penn in the two-minute ’60s-inspired clip. The girls sport gorgeous tousled golden tresses and display their long legs in knee-high boots and babydolls in keeping with the era as they gallivant around the countryside to Lana Del Rey’s Ride.
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‘I like the multiple screen because it really reminds me of the layout of vintage Playboys,’ Julia explains of the visual effects she used and the inspiration behind them. ‘I use them as references and I love when it creates a mystery where you see a little bit of that scene mixed with a little bit of that and the close-up on the lips. I just love this whole aesthetic.’