Glam Paloma Faith slips into vintage jumpsuit for Jean-Paul Gaultier's Paris Haute Couture showcase... as she slams the BRITs for 'lack of diversity'

She had hit out at this year's BRIT Awards, accusing the annual ceremony for 'lacking in diversity' after only including one female artist on its bill of performers. 

And putting on a defiant display following her comments, Paloma Faith looked like she meant business, as she channeled sophisticated chic for her appearance at Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week on Wednesday.

The singer, 36, headed to the Jean-Paul Gaultier showcase and caught the eye in a vintage-inspired corseted jumpsuit and sleek sleeveless cape. 

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Chic: Paloma Faith looked like she meant business, as she channeled sophisticated chic for her appearance at Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week on Wednesday

Chic: Paloma Faith looked like she meant business, as she channeled sophisticated chic for her appearance at Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week on Wednesday

Dressed to impress, Paloma cut a striking figure at the fashion event in her tailored white all-in-one, that made sure to highlight her svelte waist with its corset bodice and tie-up detailing. 

The beauty's jumpsuit then billowed out into a wide-leg design and Paloma chose to  add a demure knitted grey top underneath the design, boasting a black floral pattern all over. 

She left the lace from her corset hanging down from her attire and threw a statement sleeveless cape atop her ensemble, that came complete with structured shoulders and large lapels. 

Not one to forgo her glamour, Paloma offset her outfit choice with a bold pillar-box red lipstick - completing her beauty look with flawless make-up that comprised of bronzer-swept cheeks a strong brow and a slick of thick eyeliner to frame her eyes.

Stand-out: The singer, 36, headed to the Jean-Paul Gaultier showcase and caught the eye in a vintage-inspired corseted jumpsuit and sleek sleeveless cape
Dressed to impress: Paloma cut a striking figure at the fashion event in her tailored white all-in-one

Stand-out: The singer, 36, headed to the Jean-Paul Gaultier showcase and caught the eye in a vintage-inspired corseted jumpsuit and sleek sleeveless cape

Stylish: Her corseted all-in-one made sure to highlight her svelte waist with its fitted bodice and tie-up detailing

Stylish: Her corseted all-in-one made sure to highlight her svelte waist with its fitted bodice and tie-up detailing

She made sure to let her outfit take centre stage, along with her flawless glamour, as she pinned her lightened tresses back from her face in a slick high ponytail. 

Adding a touch of her eclectic sense of style to her ensemble, Paloma sported a pair of platform blue boots with white stars printed across them to her feet.

Posing on arrival, Paloma looked every inch the superstar, before taking her seat on the frow alongside former Vampire Diaries actress Kat Graham. 

Head-turner: The beauty's jumpsuit then billowed out into a wide-leg design and Paloma chose to add a demure knitted grey top underneath the design, boasting a black floral pattern all over

Head-turner: The beauty's jumpsuit then billowed out into a wide-leg design and Paloma chose to add a demure knitted grey top underneath the design, boasting a black floral pattern all over

Rubbing shoulders: Posing on arrival, Paloma looked every inch the superstar, before taking her seat on the frow alongside former Vampire Diaries actress Kat Graham

Rubbing shoulders: Posing on arrival, Paloma looked every inch the superstar, before taking her seat on the frow alongside former Vampire Diaries actress Kat Graham

Her appearance in the French capital comes shortly after Paloma called out the BRITs for only enlisting one female artist, Dua Lipa, to perform on the night of its 2018 awards ceremony, despite the music industry boasting a bevy of talented female musicians.  

The Crybaby hitmaker - who is among the nominees for British Female Solo Artist - took aim at the event when asked if it was a good time for women in pop music. 

Not one to hold her tongue, Paloma slammed: 'That’s what they keep telling us, but it looks like all men performing again except for one woman at the Brits.' 

Along with Dua Lipa, those booked to perform so far include rapper Stormzy, Sam Smith and Ed Sheeran. 

Bold: Not one to forgo her glamour, Paloma offset her outfit choice with a bold pillar-box red lipstick - completing her beauty look with flawless make-up
Stunning: Her beauty look came complete with bronzer-swept cheeks a strong brow and a slick of thick eyeliner to frame her eyes

Bold: Not one to forgo her glamour, Paloma offset her outfit choice with a bold pillar-box red lipstick - completing her beauty look with flawless make-up

Style statement: She made sure to let her outfit take centre stage, along with her flawless glamour, as she pinned her lightened tresses back from her face in a slick high ponytail

Style statement: She made sure to let her outfit take centre stage, along with her flawless glamour, as she pinned her lightened tresses back from her face in a slick high ponytail

Paloma's BRITs nomination, meanwhile, marks her return to music following the birth of her first child with French beau Leyman Lahcine. She gave birth to the tot, now one, in December 2016. 

The star has made sure to stay quiet when it comes to her child and no other details about the youngster are yet known, asides from Paloma previously claiming she wants to raise her child as 'gender neutral' - a decision inspired by her belief in gender equality.

She insisted that her determination to keep her child's identity under wraps is as much to do with protecting them from her fame, as it is to do with gender roles. 

During an appearance on ITV's Lorraine last month, Paloma explained: 'I think people are getting confused between the privacy element and the gender neutrality. 

Having her say: Her appearance in the French capital comes shortly after Paloma called out the BRITs for only enlisting one female artist, Dua Lipa, to perform on the night of its 2018 awards ceremony

Having her say: Her appearance in the French capital comes shortly after Paloma called out the BRITs for only enlisting one female artist, Dua Lipa, to perform on the night of its 2018 awards ceremony

'They might be shy and might not want people to know that I'm their mum so I'm not going to put that on them. 

'So that's one thing and then the other thing is that I believe it's very important for me, for boys to learn about kindness and nurturing and dolls give boys that opportunity and then it's very important for girls to believe they can achieve anything, and be scientists, mathematicians, firefighters, whatever.

'The confusion is that I used a word that means different things to different people.'

Paloma is adamant she doesn't care what her child grows up to be as long as they are a happy person who is able to contribute something positive to society. 

The Crybaby hitmaker continued: 'To be honest, I wouldn't mind if my child was gay, straight, transgender, even worked in HR as a heterosexual grey-suit wearing person, I'd love them anyway! I want my child to feel they can be loved whoever they are.'  

Comeback: The Crybaby hitmaker has been nominated for British Female Solo Artist - marking her return to music following the birth of her first child with French beau Leyman Lahcine

Comeback: The Crybaby hitmaker has been nominated for British Female Solo Artist - marking her return to music following the birth of her first child with French beau Leyman Lahcine

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