Thursday, July 31, 2014

Haute Couture Fall Winter 2015, Paris

Well, I barely finished my internship and summer is running pretty fast! Even the sales and clearance are cleaning up the stores pretty quickly to make store for the new season collection to come. In the meantime, here are my favorite pieces from the haute couture fashion show in Paris, (starting off with my favorite Lebanese designers, well because I’m Lebanese).

Elie Saab
He has become stars all-time favorite for a Red Carpet appearance.

This is such a beautiful dress to wear, it adds volume on the sides and might be a great choice for women with a H body shape as it will add more alluring curves to their silhouette.

I can imagine the sunset on this glittery dress

"Legends" by Bilal Barrage
Bilal is my new designer crush, and certainly, he is Lebanese. What I love most about his dresses is the attention to detail; the back of his dresses is sure to catch a man's eye.

Speaking of the winter collection, I think this is an awesome dress for the Christmas season and even for Valentines! I definitely think this is the must-have dress of the season.

Red roses + Lace + Backless dress = Perfect Match

Those sleeves are smart, they are a dash conservative while still being flirty.

The Fur trimming is the treasure in this dress.

Again, I love the attention given for the sleeves, it's like they are here but barely. Bilal knows for sure how to reveal his woman even when the season calls for a bunch of layering and

Zuhair Murad
This winter's collection is m i n d b l owing.

Nothing more lavish than Haute-Couture swag.

Love at first sight.

Georges Hobeika
I loved the paired outfits for the mom and the daughter.

Alexis Mabille
A bit from everything, but not as usual as you might think.

Bouchra Jarrar
She is the only Haute Couture designer who dresses you on a daily basis with no special occasion. This season, her woman is less formal, edgy and sporty.

Her best ensemble!

The vest is to die for.

You will always be surprised; Karl Lagarfeld is definitely the most innovative and consistent designer the fashion industry has.

Who thought fringes was possible out of a tailleur?

Innocent and elegant.


Giambattista Valli
One of my favorite Haute Couture brands. The Giambattista Valli woman is fresh, young, coquette, and avant-garde.

Jean-Paul Gaultier

Loris Azzaro
For the young, modern, and daring woman.

So daring!

The modern woman: a Sky-blue leather jacket with a white and silver Couture dress.

Maison Martin Margiela

Looks like a crab or crustacean has landed on the shoulder of the model! Poor girl.


Very whimsical.


Marilyn Monroe kinda dress


Beautiful layering.

Viktor & Rolf 
Look stunning in Santa Clause's bathrobe.

It looks like she wrapped her beach towel and transformed it into a Christmassy dress.