Priyanka Chopra Flying High With Models At Haute Couture Paris Fashion Week

Priyanka Chopra, Barbara Palvin and Shlomit MalkaPhoto Credit: Pacific Coast News; Priyanka Chopra, Barbara Palvin and Shlomit Malka

You have to admit, Priyanka Chopra must be one of the luckiest women on the planet to pull off what she has done over the span of her career. She’s not only one of the biggest stars in Bollywood in India, but she has also achieved a meaningful level of success here in Hollywood. Let’s hope she stays away from making films like the recent “Baywatch” reboot and stick to hits like her ABC thriller series “Quantico,” which is currently filming its third season.

As for the other models in the mix who caught our eye, Barbara Palvin and Shlomit Malka were also on hand at the Giorgio Armani Prive Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2017-2018 show as part of Haute Couture Paris Fashion Week.

167191, Shlomit Malka at the Giorgio Armani Prive Haute Couture Fall/Winter 2017-2018 show as part of Haute Couture Paris Fashion Week. Paris, France – Tuesday July 4, 2017. Photograph: ©, PacificCoastNews. Los Angeles Office (PCN): +1 310.822.0419 UK Office (Avalon): +44 (0) 20 7421 6000 FEE MUST BE AGREED PRIOR TO USAGE

  • McP

    You’d think someone named Shlomit was destined to be ugly.

    • Drew Mcfriend

      Shlomit is stunning. She reminds me of Sara Sampaio.

      • Drew Mcfriend

        Schlomit and Sara.

      • Spanglylovesheels

        That shot got my attention down low if you know what I mean! (Love the stocking feet too…mmmm)

        • Drew Mcfriend

          Love her smile in that pic.

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  • Jeff Zakany

    I am a bigot. I am an IT professional. I am sick and tired of inept dickheads from India taking my job just because they are willing to work for $2.35 and hour plus a handful of walnuts every day. Sorry, but Priyanka Chopra reminds me of the unemployment line.,

    • Lizard of Oz

      Actually that’s not true they cannot work for less, there are serious repercussions for that and government audits them every year. They make a lot of money on those jobs. I dislike many Indians but I won’t lie to make a point. However, I don’t know if Priyanka Chopra does that so I’ll stay out of it.

    • Spanglylovesheels

      I hear you. I am not technically a bigot but I grew up at a time in this country that I thought my biggest competition for a job or whatever was just down the street or maybe the next town over. Now we live in a time where the competition for most career level jobs is global. It is a hard thing to get used to. I work with lots of Indians and Chinese. And its not that they are willing to take a lower salary so much as they are willing to work longer hours and are more compliant with the bosses. And the bosses like that and preferentially hire them. I am a hard worker but I believe in work as a means to a middle class life. But due to many factors including this influx of foreign workers, the bosses are making it harder to do the same jobs we have had for years. In the tug of war between labor and capital, the capital people are winning more and more of our time and effort for diminishing rewards on labor’s side. Stagnant wage growth and higher share of healthcare costs.