This season’s Paris Haute Couture Week saw the solo debut of Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli for Dior couture and Valentino couture, respectively. While Atelier Versace took a break from the event, Maison Schiaparelli joined as an official member.
Celebrities including Kirsten Dunst, Kylie Minogue, Diane Kruger and more flaunted their fresh-off-the-runway outfits on the front row while Lily-Rose Depp closed the show for Chanel.
STYLE has handpicked some beautiful looks from the season’s haute couture offerings just for you.
Channelling “crazy feminity” and theart deco designs of the ’30s, Chanel opted for a new silhouette for its classic tweed suits.
Inspired by the fairies in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Maria Grazia Chiuri’s couture debut for Dior featured plenty of mythical motifs rendered in lavish embroideries and appliqué.
Pierpaolo Piccioli took a more simplistic approach to his solo debut for Valentino haute couture, yet the details were executed in utmost perfection, oozing every bit of Valentino essence.
Chiffon cascading mille-feuille gowns – yes, please!
Viktor & Rolf
The design duo create works of art, not just fashion. Their latest haute couture collection featured reconstructed vintage party dresses.
Hollywood glamour at its best – the decadent beadings and jewel-toned satin trims will definitely turn heads at the most exclusive red carpet events.
Chinese couturier Guo Pei rendered her East-meets-West philosophy in regal Victorian-style creations.
Ralph & Russo
The couturier taps younger clientele with pastel satin dresses featuring exquisite beadings and embroideries.
Who says couture can’t go rock ’n’roll? The rock star of couture enlisted Kendall Jenner to close the show in a hot sequinned body-con mini dress.
Iris Van Herpen
There are not many designers who have embraced the wearable tech concept as much as Iris Van Herpen.
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