Despite the formality of the occasion stipulated by protocol, Saturday’s high-profile outing allowed for a tad of chic and unpretentious glamour.
Top politicians, their partners and high society figures attended a dinner at the Orsay Museum in Paris on Saturday as part of the Remembrance weekend program commemorating the centennial anniversary of the end of WWI.
In line with the solemn occasion, which was scheduled to continue on Sunday, during an official ceremony at the Arc de Triomphe, wives of heads of state dressed to the nines, although sticking to mostly smart and reserved looks with a bit of chic added to them.
Wife of the host, French President Emmanuel Macron, Brigitte opted for a well-balanced ensemble comprising a smart navy dress and a jacket on top of it, thereby making her outfit coordinated with her husband’s same-colour suit.
FLOTUS Melania appeared to have surpassed all expectations, picking a perfectly laconic black tuxedo coupled with a snow-white shirt, while Princess Charlene of Monaco flashed her noble statue-like figure donning a black trouser suit, her look complete with a retro-style hairdo.
A no less glamorous, although pleasantly reserved, display was made by Monika Babisova, wife of Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis, as she appeared holding hands with her husband in an off-the-shoulder red midi gown coupled with nude heels.
Peristera Baziana, the wife…