From Alicia Keys to Aespa's Winter: Cruise 2024 shows a star-studded affair

Celebrities travel the world to attend the recent Cruise 2024 shows. Pictured here is Alicia Keys. Photo: Dior

The recent Cruise 2024 shows really travelled the world. From Italy to the US and from South Korea to Mexico, it was a grand affair with plenty of celebrities in attendance.

Chanel’s show in Los Angeles was all about the glitz and glamour of Hollywood despite the clothes focusing on a more sporty aesthetic.

Actresses like Kristen Stewart, Marion Cotillard and Whitney Peak were all dressed in Chanel.

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Gucci’s historic runway, where models walked the 14th-century Gyeongbokgung Palace courtyard in Seoul, drew a number of Asian stars.

Hanni of K-pop girl group NewJeans was among the guests, as was Winter from Aespa. Western stars like actress Saoirse Ronan also made an appearance.

Together, they made sure the event was a star-studded one. Dior was represented by celebrities like Naomi Watts, Emma Raducanu and Alicia Keys.

The fashion house’s Cruise 2024 collection was inspired by female creatives the likes of Frida Kahlo, so naturally the guest list comprised some of the most famous women too.

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Louis Vuitton held its Cruise show on an isolated island in Italy, so you can expect the guest list to be as exclusive as possible.

Actresses Alicia Vikander and Cate Blanchett lent their star power to the occasion. Even media mogul Oprah Winfrey was seen in the front row.

Talk about a jetset crowd indeed.

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