(Photos of Keith Milo by LuLu Shing)
As Paris Fashion Week kicked off, the Paris Fashion Air event was not just any run-of-the-mill fashion soiree. It was a celebration of fashion, creativity, and innovation. Held in a Saint-Germain-des-Prés aristocratic palace, the venue was once home to iconic fashion greats such as Yves Saint Laurent and Oscar de la Renta. This exclusive cocktail event was hosted by Veronika Jeanvie, the longtime collaborator of the late legend Paco Rabanne, famously known for his signature futuristic and avant-garde style. The party was a visual feast of metallic fabrics, geometric shapes, and unconventional designs. But the star of the event wasn’t just the fashion. It was the attendees who came from all over the world to be a part of this prestigious event. Among them was Maye Musk, the mother of tech magnate Elon Musk. The 73-year-old model and dietitian turned heads with her chic magenta suit ensemble. She was the epitome of elegance and grace, a true fashion icon.
(Left to Right: Maye Musk, Veronika Jeanvie, Keith Milo, EDEM Chambre Privée, Elijah Bajjali, Papis Loveday, Jeanvie, Bajjali)
(Photos by Sofiia Tag)
Suddenly, a mysteriously chic figure walked in dressed in metal and leather, head to toe! His outfit screamed style, strength, and suavity. Singer/Producer Keith Milo donned chainmail headgear, fitted leather joggers, a black victorian mask paired with black knee-high leather boots, and a custom black python jacket by Bajjali, who also attended wearing his own designs. The mystery quickly became the life of the party. Milo was the epitome of a modern-day knight, charming and debonair yet fiercely passionate about innovation and style.
As he mingled with other guests, his charisma only added to the overall aura. But he wasn’t just there to make a fashion statement; he had a mission to meet the fashion icon Veronika Jeanvie. Boy, did he deliver!
Up close and personal with Jeanvie, he took the opportunity to really understand more about her passion for fashion and her experience working with Paco Rabanne. She was impressed by his unique style, which mirrored the late Paco Rabanne’s signature designs. It was an unforgettable interaction that left both parties feeling inspired and connected.
(Photo by Sofiia Tag Keith Milo Poses with Olabisi[left] and with Veronika Jeanvie[right])
As the event came to a close, Milo left feeling invigorated and inspired. His experience at the Paris Fashion Air event was one for the books, and he’s already looking forward to the official inauguration in the fall, which is sure to be breathtaking. He had not only nailed the assignment, but he had also finally left an indelible mark on this corner of the fashion industry.
Make sure to keep up with Veronika Jeanvie and her debut of Paris Fashion Air at: Parisfashionair.com.
And Watch for All New Music, Fashion, & Tech Collaborations From Keith Milo at: KeithMilo.com
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