In just a few minutes, one of the most anticipated shows of Paris Fashion Week has become historic. With his parade in collaboration with the Zendaya star of the moment, Tommy Hilfiger has everyone agree. On the podium, the cabin is entirely composed of black and raced models, something that never happened in the history of Fashion Weeks. Pat Cleveland , first black Supermodel, Beverly Johnson , first African-American to cover Vogue , Beverly Peele , actress featured on the cover of more than 200 magazines, Veronica Webb , first black woman to have signed with make-up brand up Revlon , as well as the tops of the 90s Debra Shaw , Chrystèle Saint Louis Augustin and Brandi Quinones were the stars of the catwalk. Proof that diversity was the watchword, slender tops were for once not the only ones to wander on the catwalk. On the side of the collection, 70s influences are felt, between retro cuts, vintage colors and disco pieces. As for the finale, Grace Jones made it memorable by igniting the podium like a dance floor of the craziest club of the 70s.
In the heart of the Champs Elysees Theater, the guests, including Gigi Hadid (former Tommy's acolyte), Lewis Hamilton and Janelle Monea , were able to share a fun time, going back in time during the most modern parade ever. put on feet. Let's hope that other houses will follow suit.