Amina Muaddi is once again turning the streets of Paris into her personal runway. Known for her bold-meets-cool girl style, the Jordanian-Romanian accessories designer’s sartorial choices truly shine ahead of the menswear fashion shows in the French city.
Her first look of the week was worn while attending the Louis Vuitton show, which was created and held in its late artistic director Virgil Abloh‘s memory. Muaddi was spotted in an oversized outfit from the French fashion house, consisting of a matching jacket and pants, which came with contrasting panels of blue and neon green over black. She paired the sporty two-piece with a white T-shirt which was knotted at the waist, gold necklaces, and a satchel bag by Louis Vuitton with neon detailing.
The former Vogue Arabia cover star followed this outfit with an even more colorful one for Loewe‘s recent dystopian show. Making a serious case for color-blocking, Muaddi’s flared pants from the Spanish fashion house came in four different hues—red and yellow on one leg, and green and orange on the other—and a double waistline for extra quirkiness. A plain white bralette-style top balanced the look out, while a yellow cross-body bag brought just the right amount of drama back to the ensemble.
Proving that she can do minimalism just as well, Muaddi’s next fashion week outing saw her step out in an all-white dress. Muaddi attended Jacquemus‘ Le Papier (The Paper) show in Arles wearing a backless figure-hugging number by the brand, which featured straps for sleeves. Going for gold open-toed sandals, the only other accessories worn by the designer were a brown Le Chiquito, light grey hoop earrings, and a couple of bracelets.
With many more fashion shows coming up, watch this space to see how Muaddi plays up her style next.