During Paris Fashion Week, Christine Quinn dressed in a bold ensemble for the Georges Hobeika show.
In a sheer dress with purple, blue, and silver crystal embellishments that revealed a glimpse of her strappy Jimmy Choo heels, Christine Quinn made a spectacular entrance at the Georges Hobeika couture autumn 2023 fashion show in Paris on Monday.
Quinn paired the eye-catching dress, which had a gray ombré high-low design, with Quinn’s last look, a wide-leg mint pair of trousers with a white quilted jacket on top, which she wore to the Patou presentation during Paris Couture Week.
She accessorized her outfit with a little black frame handbag and long, mermaid-like waves. The real estate star opted for a vampy nude lip, fluttery lashes, smoked-out eyeshadow, and wearing her signature loose, flowing tresses down in mermaid-like waves.
Christine sat next to Leonie Hanne, a German influencer at the show. Christine, who left the Netflix series Selling Sunset before the most current season aired, has spoken out about her long-running fight with Chrishell Stause and whether or not reconciliation is ever likely.
She was spotted wearing a navy blue bralette with a gold crisscross pattern and a handprint design the day prior. She also carried a blue denim purse and wore high-waisted distressed balloon pants.
Christine Quinn Wears Sheer Dress At Georges Hobeika Show In Paris.
Quinn left the Oppenheim Group in April of last year to start her and her husband Christian Dumontet’s new cryptocurrency real estate business, RealOpen, after five seasons of playing the show’s antagonist on Selling Sunset.
Christine leads a happy household life away from the media with her 44-year-old husband, Christian Richard, and their little son, Christian Georges Dumontet.
Christian needed assistance finding a new house in 2019, so they connected through a friend. Less than a year after meeting, Christian proposed to the infatuated pair, who had fallen head over heels in love. Christian proposed on Valentine’s Day in 2019 while on a romantic trip.
In 2022, following five seasons, Christine bid goodbye to the Oppenheim Group. Before the fourth season of the Netflix series premiere in November last year, Christine talked about her role and how much she likes playing up to her evil character.
When the brokerage opened for business, I ended my contract, Quinn said confidently. “I had to terminate the contract to transfer it to my brokerage because I had to make a business decision that was for me.”
Netflix officially announced in June 2022 that the program received a double renewal for seasons 6 and 7. On May 19, Season 6 became available on the streaming platform.
Quinn’s first book, “How to Be a Boss Bitch,” which explains how women may take charge of their life professionally and socially, was published last year.