- At the point when Federica Cavenati, the prime supporter of London’s quite cherished party name 16Arlington, passed on before this harvest time, an “endless feeling of misfortune” was felt among her circle.
- Kikka’s accomplice, in both life and work, Marco Capaldo keeps pioneering a plume flung trail for the lady her family called “a white light; an undeniable energy”, and presently the model Paloma Elsesser is holding his hand en route.
The American excellence and Vogue most loved decided to wear 16Arlington to the Fashion Awards to respect the splendid youthful thing—almost certainly only one of the accolades made to ability lost during a passionate evening following the demise of Virgil Abloh. “It’s a significant honour,” says Elsesser, who teamed up with Marco on the look, which is “very changed, yet at the same time prototype of the eveningwear 16Arlington does the best”.
Highlighting each 16Arlington plan is a sort of sparkling certainty and, toward the rear of the taxi, while heading to the Royal Albert Hall, Paloma says she’s feeling better. “Not to boast but rather I like to incline toward subtleties that aren’t generally seen on the honorary pathway, such as taking exemplary shapes and excellence and developing them,” she clarifies. The state of mind for the Fashion Awards? Hot and incendiary.
“I’m an outgoing loner,” murmurs the super, who has a voice like velvet and a sharp jest consistently good to go to move off the tongue. “I love getting spruced up, however, I likewise dress like a development labourer more often than not.” Tonight is immovably in the dressy camp, with Cartier and Jimmy Choo extras amping up her ’90s-touched honorary pathway wear that will make Gen-Z fashionistas’ hearts take off. In her 16Arlington sack? Cigarettes, gum, a major container of Carnal Flower by Frédéric Malle and “some sort of lip dampness”.