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Katie Holmes brought the sartorial drama at Tom Ford’s Spring/Summer 2023 runway show, closing out New York Fashion Week. Wednesday evening, the Texas-born designer presented his latest collection at Skylight on Vesey in the Big Apple and as always, hosted a star-studded set in his coveted front row.
Holmes arrived at the event in appropriately theatrical fashion. The Dawson’s Creek alum donned a hooded black floor-length evening dress with long sleeves from the brand. She debuted a fresh set of fringed baby bangs beneath her hood, adding a little edge to her elegance ensemble.
The Alone Together actress accessorized with gold high-heel sandals, a black satin clutch, an assortment of stacked rings, and of course, her nose ring. Holmes opted for a rose-flushed, bronzed glam look for the evening.
Holmes was joined by fellow A-listers, Chris Rock, Karlie Kloss, Erykah Badu, Nicole Richie, Ciara, and newlyweds Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz. Madonna was also in attendance with her daughter Lourdes Leon and son Rocco Ritchie.
On the runway, models including Joan Smalls, and Gigi and Bella Hadid stormed the catwalk in glamorous designs with towering masses of tight, voluminous ringlet curls. Showered in sequins, Ford brought his signature flair and unabashed sex appeal to the Spring/Summer 2023 season.
Torso cutouts were paired with thigh-high slits, and sensual silhouettes channeled the heady disco-days of thumping music, strobe lights, and Studio 54.
Bella Hadid made her way down the mirrored runway in a shimmering rose gold floor-length gown with a halter neckline and a cutout exposing her midriff and a high leg slit. Under her bouncy brunette curls, Hadid adorned a pair of donut-sized matching rose-gold sequin earrings.
Her older sister, Gigi strut down the catwalk in a dual-tone halter gown, featuring a green sequined skirt and a silver bodice spliced with an asymmetrical torso cutout.
Evoking the high-octane spirit of the 1970s and 1980s, Ford’s bold opulence proves that disco will never die.