She was a member of the exclusive FROW (front row) at London Fashion Week, and it looks like Sineád Burke's star is continuing to rise this fashion month as she took Milan by storm.
The fashion activist and educator from Dublin was a familiar face among the throngs of stylish celebs, sitting front and centre at many of the most eagerly anticipated shows like Prada, Gucci, and Ferragamo, turning heads in a series of bespoke designer looks.
Her collaborations with Gucci over the years have been iconic, so much so that her custom velvet and turquoise gown created for the 2019 Met Gala - one of the most important nights in the fashion industry - has been included in the Gucci Garden, a museum exhibition in Florence.
And her look for the Milan show did not disappoint, as Burke dazzled in a custom G-printed dress, with white silk sleeves and collar from the Sping/Summer 2020 collection. Accessorised with a yellow silk quilted bag adorned with a bamboo handle and striking graphic black eye makeup, the activist looked every inch the fashion influencer.
At Prada, Burke embodied the polished glamour of Prada, attending the atmospheric runway show in a custom deep burgundy gown featuring a high collar, long sleeves and chic full pleated skirt. The wintery hue was given a lift by her dusky rose velvet loafers and her cream woven clutch bag.
Finally, at Ferragamo, the activist cut an elegant figure in a bespoke tailored tuxedo coat dress in soft shades of cream and beige, with a matching high-necked button up blouse underneath and matching cream ballet flats.
All styled with her trademark sleek bob blow-dried to perfection, Burke was one of our top picks for the week - and we're not just playing favourites. Fingers crossed we see her in the FROW for Paris Fashion Week.