Paris Fashion Week S/S 2015 Haute Couture

Christian Dior

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Chanel

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Jean Paul Gaultier

Jean Paul Gaultier: His new collection consists of a number of black and white looks, but there are also shades of café au lait, bronze, ivory and eggshell and a few touches of more vibrant colors such as hot pink, neon green and red. There were even some colorful python prints in the mix.

Zuhair Murad

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Georges Chakra

Alexandre Vauthier

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Alexis Mabille

Stephane Rolland

Franck Sorbier

Frank Sorbier: Tropical birds were central to his collection of intricately embroidered pieces for Spring 2015. He produced several flowing ethereal gowns. One striking design featured a dipped hem and appliqués resembling cross sections of tree stumps while other pieces were adorned with rich plumages and twirling tendrils of chiffon. Each outfit looked as it had taken a lifetime to create.

Schiaparelli

Viktor&Rolf

Viktor&Rolf: A surreal exploration of print took shape with flower petals that seemed to open up and escape the garments, transforming 2D prints into 3D, often resulting in some surprisingly wearable pieces. Yet another nod to life in the country -- straw hats speared with sheaves of barley sought to create new organic unity where hat and dress become one.

Viktor&Rolf: The Dutch design duo took the much-tapped flowering fashion trend to the max and offered beautiful

Valentino

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Atelier Versace

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Maison Margiela

Ulyana Sergeenko

Giambattista Valli

Elie Saab

Elie Saab: The Elie Saab wedding gowns often leave a strong impression at haute couture fashion week. This time, the dress is not white or ivory but dyed in a range of different colors, all of which are understated, soft and natural. A true showstopper, the dress shimmers from the shoulders to the end of the train, as if it were adorned with a multitude of miniature lightbulbs. The waist is accentuated through a contrast with the hips, which are widened with bustles. It's a dress truly fit for a princess.

Armani Prive

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Ralph & Russo

Bouchra Jarrar

photo credit: Azyaa Mode, Elie Saab, Hindustan Times, huffingtonpost.co.uk, @Dior, @RachelZoe, @MaisonValentino@TheRandySteel, fashionwirepress, @crystalacampbel, SHOWstudio, Olivia Palermo, Ralph & Russo, Stephane Rolland

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