Jenna Coleman was among the stars arriving for the Chanel Paris Fashion Week show on Tuesday, after a week of unrest in the city.
The designer brand has decided to push ahead with its Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2023/2024 show, despite Paris being rocked by six nights of protests after a 17-year-old boy was shot dead by police at point-blank range during a traffic accident. stop.
The 37-year-old actress joined Phoebe Tonkin and Camilla Morone in the front row.
Jenna cut a beautiful figure in a pale pink striped midi dress with a stunning double C motif.
The former Doctor Who star completes her look with some white sunglasses and silver slingback heels.
She accessorized with a small pink clutch bag and a chain waist belt.
Leonardo DiCaprio’s ex-girlfriend Camilla, 26, was pictured arriving for the show in a sparkly sweater co-ord and leather boots, while Phoebe opted for sparkly trousers and a black waist coat.
Actress Clemence Posey styled a cardi and mini dress with a red crisscross pattern.
Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week kicked off on Monday, but the city was rocked by six nights of protests after a 17-year-old boy was shot dead by police at a traffic stop in Paris on Tuesday. .
Celine canceled its menswear show, which was off the official calendar, on Sunday, where shops were looted, cars set on fire and street brawls broke out.
Celine designer Hedi Slimane said it was ‘unthinkable’ to hold a fashion show while Paris was grieving and suffering.
Thousands have been arrested since the protests began, and 45,000 officers have been deployed across the country to try to quell the violence.
On Sunday night, the intensity of the protests had somewhat decreased and the grandmother of Nahel M. Ayat, the teenager who was shot dead, appealed to the citizens to peacefully end the demonstration and stop the violence.
But tensions remain, particularly in the suburbs of cities such as Paris, Marseille and Lyon.