Princess Sirivannavari of Thailand took Paris Fashion Week by storm

Princess Sirivannavari of Thailand took Paris Fashion Week by storm

Thailand’s Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana was the belle of the ball at Paris Fashion Week this year, showcasing her style credentials in a series of high-fashion ensembles. From prim and proper to fiercely suited, the fashionable royal was a standout at exclusive shows like Chanel, Dior and Balmain.


The 28-year-old kicked off her fashionable week on the front row at Chloe, where she wowed fans with a chic white blouse featuring a black bow detail, which she teamed with a black pencil skirt and silver peeptoed sandals.

A few hours later she was spotted arriving for the Balmain show, for which she changed into a striking black tailored blazer with oversized gold buttons, paired with matching trousers and black heels. Ever the fashionista, she changed into a sleeveless blazer later in the evening for the French fashion house’s afterparty, which saw a guestlist including Doutzen Kroes, Kendall Jenner and Alessandra Ambrosio.

The next day Princess Sirivannavari was once again on fashionable form, topping best-dressed lists around the world as she arrived for the Dior show in a pretty pink dress. The eye-catching short-sleeved gown featured a pleated skirt and floral embroidered detailing, which the princess complemented flawlessly with a pair of nude patent stilettos.

The epitome of chic for the Balmain show

Pastels were a favourite for the royal fashionista, who was spotted the following morning at the Elie Saab show in a striking pale blue patterned gown with an oversized neckline for a high fashion finish.

The weekend saw Princess Sirivannavari opting for a more casual ensemble, as she headed to the John Galliano show in a colourful printed maxi skirt, toughened up with a black top and leather biker jacket.

The stylish royal turned heads at the Chanel show

On Tuesday the young royal was back to pale shades as she arrived for Chanel’s airline-themed show, teaming a gorgeous black sweater with a pink pencil skirt.

For Louis Vuitton on Wednesday, her final show of the season, the princess kept out the autumnal chill in a striking taupe coat paired with pale grey ankle boots.

A regular at the Parisian presentations, Crown Prince Maga Vajiralongkom’s daughter is no stranger to the world of fashion design – not only does she have her own line, but back in 2007 she was invited by Pierre Balmain himself to present her fashion show in Paris.

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