From walking the Paris fashion L’Oréal runway, launching her new hit single “Don’t Go Yet” to attending her own premiere in Amazon’s movie ‘Cinderella’. Camila Cabello is owning 2021 so far and this señorita is not stopping here.
Oh, La La! Camila Cabello knows how to work the runway! The 24-year-old singer strutted her stuff on the catwalk on Sunday during the Le Defile L’Oreal Paris 2021 show.
Camila Cabello Disrupts The Conventions Of A Typical Runway Show In Paris
Cabello rocked flowy ivory and floral dress with a high to the low skirt and beamed at the crowd as she walked. The show took place with a picturesque background, as Camila and the other models posed with the Eiffel tower behind them.
L’Oréal ambassadors Cindy Bruna, Camila Cabello, Helen Mirren, Amber Heard, and more stars and models walk on the beauty-focused catwalk too. The worldwide known brand is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the tagline “Because You’re Worth It.”
This is all about empowering women around the world.
The luxury brand provided a platform for women’s empowerment, conveying a strong message of self-worth. They disrupted the convention of a runway by inviting the public to join the Stand Up Against Street Harassment program.
Its been a busy time for the ‘Havana’ star as she recently stepped off the stage with her boyfriend -Shawn Mendes, for the Global Citizen Live event in New York at the end of September.
She rocked the red carpet for the Met Gala 2021 and attended the premiere for Cinderella. The beloved tale once again receives the big-screen treatment with Amazon Prime’s Video Cinderella, a contemporary remake starring pop sensation Camila Cabello.
Now, the singer-songwriter has just teased a new album ‘Familia’ to be released before the end of this year.
In 2016, Camila Cabello made headlines when she decided to leave the girl group, Fifth Harmony.
Since her solo career took off, “the star has won two Latin Grammy Awards, four American Music Awards, a Billboard Music Award, five MTV Europe Music Awards, two iHeartRadio Music Awards, four MTV Video Music Awards, three iHeartRadio Much Music Video Awards and a Billboard Women in Music award for Breakthrough Artist,” says the BBC.
So, although the move shocked fans, it seems like she is doing just fine now and it keeps getting better. This month Cabello dug deep into the meaning of family.
Cabello Is Going Back To Her Cuban Roots For Her New Album
With the release of her hit single “Don’t Go Yet”, she maintained groundbreaking momentum, which is guaranteed to take her to another level.
“Don’t Go Yet” is a lively coastal anthem that encourages exactly this type of behaviour. Listeners will feel invited to almost immediately swing their hips — with or without a partner — to the catchy beat.
It contains a strong percussion section, vibrant claps and the most enthusiastic background singers, making it consistent with the best Cuban music.
The single may have been sufficient entirely in English but its bilingual essence produces more flavour and illuminates everything about it. According to Hip Latina, “it’s a sentiment she has taken to heart, even featuring her dad, sister, and cousin in the single’s music video.”