Entertainment: Patricia Kaas was in Paris for Fashion Week, a rare appearance that her fans have appreciated

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Fashion Week has been in Paris since the beginning of the month. Among the guests was the return of the discreet Patricia Kaas, who came to attend an LVMH parade. Since the beginning of the month…

Patricia Kaas était à Paris pour la Fashion Week © Bestimage Patricia Kaas had been in Paris for Fashion Week

since the beginning of October, Paris has been vibrating to the rhythm of fashion week parades.

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in addition to the creations of stylists to discover for the few lucky guests, it is also an opportunity to see the celebrities. The singer Patricia Kaas made an appearance during the LVMH parade and posted on her Instagram account a photo of her, in the company of Thibault Brière R Descors, with in legend: "Thank you for the invitation and this beautiful evening". It must be said that her arrival was noticed, as the singer is usually discreet. Indeed, the interpreter of Mademoiselle sings the Blues gives that very few news to her fans and is not very active on social networks. Regarding her musical news, singer Patricia Kaas has not announced concerts or new album, to the chagrin of her fans who do not fail to question her about this about Instagram. The artist's latest album, simply called Patricia Kaas was released in 2016. However, the singer fans can find her in volume 2 of the Goldman heritage, already available: an event album, covers of songs More punctuated by Jean-Jacques Goldman by Céline Dion, Patricia Kaas, Carla Bruni, Cephaz and many other essential artists.

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