Parks posed for a Victor Glemaud presentation in New York City Sept. 8 wearing a dress by the Haiti-born fashion executive and designer, who was presenting his spring/summer 2020 collection during the annual fashion event.
“Sometimes what you are looking for appears when you’re not looking at all ❣️ Thank you Victor @glemaud for including me in your SS20 presentation 🙏🏾 your fashions are fabulous and so are you! Thanks @santielliott for capturing this moment 📸 #fashion in #nyc #nyfw,” a grateful Parks remarked in the caption of the photo set she uploaded to Instagram Wednesday, Sept. 11.
Parks’ fans ate up the photo and the outfit, which the Atlanta-based attorney made her own by adding red leopard print opera-length gloves, gold-colored rings with black stones and a black pillbox hat adorned with a fishnet veil. Parks also carried a small black Alexander McQueen clutch to boot.
“Yes to all of this!!!”
“Come through parks!!!!!!!! Loving this look bless you friend 💋”
“Oh see you’re just showing out now! 😍😍🖤🖤”
“I love Phaedra’s style. She was always the best dressed. So graceful and stylish without showing everything.”
“You are the fashion Queen. Couldn’t have included a better person”
Parks is no stranger to striking a pose in a fashionable ‘fit. In November, the star posed in a skimpy swimsuit combo that had many delightfully astonished.
“Yes ma’am you’re serving us body!❤️”
“Came Through Dripping 💦💦💦”
“CAN YOU PREPARE ME FOR THIS NEXT TIME? 🔥🙌🏽”
It was nearly two years ago that Parks announced she signed a contract with Wilhelmina Models and shared with Us Weekly’s Stylish what she hoped to accomplish as a 5-foot-1 beauty.
“I think I’m the face of ‘yes, you can.’ I’m a small-town girl who has followed her dreams. Yes, you can be a mom, yes, you can be a lawyer, and, yes, you can be a model,” the single mom explained. “When the opportunity presented itself some people asked me ‘Why?’ and I said ‘Why not?’ A supermodel started this company, and she wanted to give power back to the women, and I think I stand for the same things. I have the opportunity to show people that beauty can come in every size, shade, color and age. It’s exciting and an adventure!”