Sabrina Carpenter Wore a Long Draping Gown to Loewe's 2025 Menswear Show

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Sabrina Carpenter braved the rainy Parisian weather on Saturday in a long, cutout gown that was fit for a siren.

The “Espresso” singer joined other celebrities including Luke Newton, Emily Ratajkowski, Dan Levy, Jeff Goldblum, Rebecca Hall, and more at Loewe's Spring 2025 menswear show during Paris Fashion Week. Carpenter ditched her usual short skirt silhouettes she typically wears on stage and opted for a longer gown that was as sultry as it was elegant.

The musician wore a mint green cut-out gown that draped down on the floor in silky cascades of fabric. The high neck covered her from the top, but her bare back and side were revealed with the gown's delicate cloth cutting into the center. The top and bottom halves of the dress were held together by a large belt buckle that cinched together in the middle.

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Loewe: Photocall - Paris Fashion Week - Menswear Spring/Summer 2025

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Carpenter kept her glam simple and gorgeous — showcasing her doe eyes and and pronounced dark lip shade. Her hair was pulled back into a low updo with her curtain bangs and tendrils framing her face.

PARIS, FRANCE - JUNE 22: Sabrina Carpenter attends the Loewe Menswear Spring/Summer 2025 show as part of Paris Fashion Week on June 22, 2024 in Paris, France. (Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images for Loewe)

Loewe's collection was curated by creative director Jonathan Anderson and gave a stunning display of traditional menswear but elevated with baggy pants, statement belts, cropped shirts, and golden feather headpieces for the models.

Sabrina Carpenter has made her rounds across Europe over the last several weeks, keeping herself booked and busy at events including Germany's Next Top Model, Louis Vuitton's Menswear Spring/Summer 2025 show, and performing on BBC Radio 1. Carpenter covered Chappell Roan's hit song “Good Luck, Babe!” on BBC 1, honoring her fellow burgeoning pop musician. Carpenter also announced her Short n' Sweet tour, which will begin in August following the release of her sixth studio album of the same name.

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