Everytime Haute Couture Fashion Week is up, it's like different dreams are brought to life by the designers with their collections.
The Ready to Wear collections are great, but the Haute Couture ones have something special and magical.
Let's start with Elie Saab, who will be always one of my favourite designer ever. For this collection he envisioned his woman like a 30's diva; so classy, so graceful and sensual.
The collection is sprinkled with a lot of sequins, sparkling, velvet, flowers applications and feather boas to add that diva feelings.
Christian Dior is always very classic creating a black and white collection.
Soft tops with flounces, off-the-shoulders dresses, soft long dresses, taylored jackets and trousers all matched with flat sandals, ideals to downplay the outfit.
The collection is characterized with a lot of lace, velvet, crowns and roses in the hair, sequins, jewelry and tons of "dolce vita" feelings. D&G keep with this inspiration and is a winning decision because these last collections are amazing.
Fendi proposed a woman that seems coming from a luxurious college for girls. I loved the curly hair with a silk bow in it. The collection is characterised by a lot of velvet and antic colours like pink, brown or light blue but most of all the designers emphasize the models's bodies with empire waistlines dresses.
Fendi decided to surprise everyone this year with a breathtaking location bringing the show exactly in the Trevi fountain in Rome! I think this was perfectly genious! They build a trasparent cat walk inside the fountain giving the illusion that the models were walking on the water. Simply amazing!
Giambattista Valli as always dresses a young chic girl and OMG I can't stop staring at these dresses!! They are super gorgeous! I like the puffy sleeves, the light and impalpable skirts, graceful dresses with trains and wonderful sparkly sandals! I'm in love.. I want them in my wardrobe!
Zuhair Murad opted for a darker version of his woman. The main colours of this collection are black, dark red, green and blue, all perfectly used in the creation of these dresses. His inspiration is mainly a chic dark rock star that can't give up on her couture dresses but either on her black soul thanks to capes, hats, tight waist belts and velvet chokers.
What was your favourite collection?
Do you feel more a princess or a dark rock star?
Personally I opt for a mix between the genres!
That's all for now
Talk to you soon
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