Alexandre Vauthier collection was true to it’s style and one of the favourites with beautiful detailing and that over all sexy vibe the brand does so well. For a Haute Couture collection, items look to be wearable and will likely be styles top celebrities will be wanting to wear in the coming months.
From wearable to bold statements, Viktor & Rolf showcased 18 oversized silhouette dresses with inspired slogans referencing the use of language used on social media in todays society such as ‘sorry i’m late, i didn't want to come’ and ‘No photos please’.
It was definitely a show which saw everyone on social media post and repost over and over.
Haute Couture week wouldn't be what it is without a Chanel show which is always a highlight. Karl Lagerfeld transported everyone to the 18th century by the use of pastels and florals in suiting, bodices with large skirts along with heavy detailing keeping it true to the heart of the brand yet with a 2019 twist.
If you've cleaned out your wardrobe thanks to Marie Kondo, you'll have plenty of room to dream about a nice Haute Couture piece.