Thailand’s Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana was the belle of the ball at Paris Fashion Week this year, showcasing her style credentials in a series of high-fashion ensembles. From prim and proper to fiercely suited, the fashionable royal was a standout at exclusive shows like Chanel, Dior and Balmain.
The 28-year-old kicked off her fashionable week on the front row at Chloe, where she wowed fans with a chic white blouse featuring a black bow detail, which she teamed with a black pencil skirt and silver peeptoed sandals.
A few hours later she was spotted arriving for the Balmain show, for which she changed into a striking black tailored blazer with oversized gold buttons, paired with matching trousers and black heels. Ever the fashionista, she changed into a sleeveless blazer later in the evening for the French fashion house’s afterparty, which saw a guestlist including Doutzen Kroes, Kendall Jenner and Alessandra Ambrosio.
The next day Princess Sirivannavari was once again on fashionable form, topping best-dressed lists around the world as she arrived for the Dior show in a pretty pink dress. The eye-catching short-sleeved gown featured a pleated skirt and floral embroidered detailing, which the princess complemented flawlessly with a pair of nude patent stilettos.
Pastels were a favourite for the royal fashionista, who was spotted the following morning at the Elie Saab show in a striking pale blue patterned gown with an oversized neckline for a high fashion finish.
The weekend saw Princess Sirivannavari opting for a more casual ensemble, as she headed to the John Galliano show in a colourful printed maxi skirt, toughened up with a black top and leather biker jacket.
On Tuesday the young royal was back to pale shades as she arrived for Chanel’s airline-themed show, teaming a gorgeous black sweater with a pink pencil skirt.
For Louis Vuitton on Wednesday, her final show of the season, the princess kept out the autumnal chill in a striking taupe coat paired with pale grey ankle boots.
A regular at the Parisian presentations, Crown Prince Maga Vajiralongkom’s daughter is no stranger to the world of fashion design – not only does she have her own line, but back in 2007 she was invited by Pierre Balmain himself to present her fashion show in Paris.