Bad Bunny Just Took Over Vogue World 2024 in Paris

Bad Bunny Just Took Over Vogue World 2024 in Paris

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It’s Bad Bunny’s (Vogue) World and we’re all just living in it.

Ahead of Vogue World 2024 in Paris, rumors began to swirl that Bad Bunny—who chaired the 2024 Met Gala—would make an appearance. And, lo! The superstar singer graced us for not one, but three of his biggest hits in the latter part of the show.

Bad Bunny took over the Place Vendôme during the 1990s tribute to football, performing his bop “Monaco.” Then, singing “Vou 787,” he provided a foot-tapping track for Venus and Serena Williams who helped celebrate tennis and 2000s fashion, and for the 2010s, break-dancers defied gravity to “Titi Me Preguntó.”

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Never one to be overshadowed—even by a century-spanning fashion show—Bad Bunny modeled some spectacular suiting for his performance. He wore a gray pinstriped, double-breasted suit from Pressiat, with statement padded shoulders. He accessorized with cherry-red cowboy boots, yellow-lensed sunglasses with thick black frames, and three diamond-encrusted chains from Tiffany & Co. layered on his neck.

There was jaw-dropping fashion throughout Vogue World 2024—but Bad Bunny still managed to command the Place Vendôme.

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