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Victoria Federica, a ‘superinfluencer’ with Rihanna at the Dior parade


Victoria Federica She makes her way as an international fashion ‘superinfluencer’ on social networks, as evidenced by the more than 120 thousand followers she accumulates on Instagram. On this same platform is where the daughter of the infanta Elena and Jaime de Marichalar -from whom he has inherited his passion for ‘fashion’- has shared a very surprising last photo. Nothing more and nothing less than a selfie with Rihanna.

He coincided with the singer from Barbados in the first row of the dior fashion showheld during Paris Fashion Week. An event attended by the greatest references in style and where he was lucky enough not only to meet the artist, but also to sit by her side. The appointment was also attended, among other celebrities, the actress Anya Taylor-Joy or the model Elle Macpherson.

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The snapshot that immortalizes the moment is accompanied by the text “Paris, I wanted you so much.” The publication has caused a stir, and the young woman’s profile has not taken long to fill with comments.

Many point to the great difference in ‘looks’ of both. Victoria was dressed in sweet pink tones while Rihanna broke with a daring set of lace and transparencies in black, with which she highlighted her pregnancy. A remarkable contrast that makes the encounter between the two even more curious.

However, the plurality of tastes is more than welcome in places like the Dior show. On the catwalk, the brand presented its own bets for the coming seasons, with ‘looks’ that, for the first time, integrate technology into their dresses to adapt them to extreme temperatures.

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Proposals from the Italian designer Maria Grazia Chiuri, who is committed to incorporating traditional fabrics into silhouettes of the future, as the name of the collection ‘A new era’ indicates.

Gray colours, inflatable corsets shaped like life jackets, black fishnet dresses, leather maxi belts, pleated maxi skirts and military boots. Everything to turn the models into modern warriors.

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