A Week In Paris With Style Star Xenia Adonts
From TikTok creations to the front row, here’s an inside look into Xenia’s latest Paris Fashion Week experience
Fashion maestro turned social media mogul turned business owner. With an expanding cult following of over 2.1M Instagram followers and 1.7M on TikTok, Xenia Adonts was one to watch this past fashion month season. From attending Loewe, Hermes, Givenchy, Miu Miu, Louis Vuitton, and Isabel Marant in the most coveted fashion city landmark – Paris, Xenia dove head first into this season’s hottest events. Seated amongst some of the industry’s most notable conglomerates, she stood out with her own celebrated aesthetic, fusing favorite designer fits with looks from her own label, Attire. Come with V as we glimpse Xenia Adonts’ pre-show procedures, getting ready routine, and journey to the venue.
“My favorite part about dressing up for these shows and events is you get to celebrate that designer/brand by wearing one of their looks. Three essentials that I don’t want to miss during fashion months are: My “Attire” Trench – it’s the greatest layering piece to dress up or down a look, a staple pair of boots without a high heel (I love my The Row boots) – your feet get tired after a few days! Last but not least: an oversized leather jacket – my go-to is from Prada.”
“I am always most excited to see what the designers and their teams have been creating. Aside from the ‘noise’ around fashion weeks like what celebrity/influencer is attending, at the end of the day, the shows are a celebration of art and creativity. That is the real reason behind why I attend.”
“After creating my own clothing brand (Attire), I now have such a deep appreciation for each and everyone who is part of creating these garments and collections, as well as the production teams – it really takes a village. I always look forward to seeing these special, hard-working people.”
“TikTok has become an incredible community for me and I love to show up for the people that support me. It’s a lot to fit everything in a day, but in the end, it’s all about prioritizing what is most important. I think people can feel that my brand relationships are authentic and hence the videos feel more natural and less forced.”