Sabrina Carpenter Makes a Surprise Cameo at Vogue World 2024
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Sabrina Carpenter Makes a Surprise Cameo—in Retro-Style Swimwear!—at Vogue World 2024 in Paris

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Tonight’s Vogue World 2024 event in Paris brought out an A-list celebrity crowd—both in the show itself, and in the front row. If you missed the livestream of the presentation, the fashion-minded event saw different sports—including cycling, gymnastics, tennis, and fencing—paired with a different decade in French fashion, going all the way back to the 1920s. One notable name who made a cameo during the section that celebrated 1940s aquatic sports? None other than singer Sabrina Carpenter, who walked the runway in Act II wearing a red-and-white stripe beachy look.

The star—who has been delivering the songs of the summer “Espresso” and “Please, Please, Please”—took to the Vogue World runway in a custom Jacquemus look. Styled by Carine Roitfeld, the ensemble took cues from the beachy style of Brigitte Bardot; Carpenter wore swimsuit-inspired dress design, punctuated with two tones of nautical-style stripes—and an Old Hollywood-style headscarf, of course.

Carpenter’s statement look not only felt fresh and on-point for the coming summer season—it also nodded back to the retro swimwear she recently sported in her “Espresso” music video. Clearly, Carpenter knows her way around a poolside look. And on the Vogue World catwalk, she reminded us all that she’s here to continue dominating summer—both with her music and her style.

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