So many celebrities are in Paris right now for Fashion Week. This is a quick roundup of some of the couples who’ve been seen together… 


Starting with BLACKPINK’s Lisa. Lisa performed five shows at the famed Crazy Horse this past weekend attracting a big celebrity audience including Austin Butler and Kaia Gerber (she’s been friends with them for a while), Tyga, Rosalìa, her bandmates Jennie, Jisoo, and Rosé, and several members of the Arnault family – as in Bernard Arnault, sometimes the richest man in the world, currently the second richest man in the world.

The Arnault family is LVMH and Bernard is also supposedly playing a Succession game with his heirs. Bernard was there with his wife, Hélène Mercier, and two of his children, Jean and Frédéric. 

For months now there have been rumours that Lisa and Frédéric are dating. They’ve been seen on multiple occasions together and were at the after-party together following her final show. 


They were also seen at dinner last night leaving in the same car: 

The popstar and the billionaire? This, also, should be a rom-com!


Also in Paris – Zoë Kravitz and Channing Tatum who were at a five hour dinner the other night and returned to their apartment at 4am. Zoë in in Paris, in part, for Saint Laurent, and these bangs are pretty new. They look good on her because HER FACE but I think I prefer Zoë with no bangs, and you? 

Lori Harvey was seated front row at the Ferragamo show the other day and then photographed with Damson Idris all over her while leaving a party on Saturday. Which is how it should be. Whoever has the honour of being with Lori should be all over Lori. 

And finally, Emma Corrin and Rami Malek are in Paris too. Emma is an ambassador for Miu Miu, they walked the runway back in March and the new show is tomorrow. Wonder if we’ll them back on the catwalk, and if Rami will be in the front row.

A previous version of this post used the wrong pronoun for Emma Corrin. Thanks to those who have reached out to inform us. We apologise for the error and will try to be more vigorously mindful of proper pronoun use going forward.