Fashion Week

Paris Couture Haute AW 2018 – Part II

Dear Reader,

The second part of my review for the Paris Couture Haute Fashion Week FW 2018 is here! The website that informed me of all designers was Mode à Paris, and the pictures were taken from the reviews on Vogue.  Here is a specific link: Fall 2018 Couture.

Also, a little reminder that the names of each designer are also linked to their personal website, which will take you to another page. As well as, some designs may have a short note as to why I am in love with the look, so please click to look closely at the designs and read my review of the particular design.

– Elie Saab –

Elie Saab always impresses me with the most beautiful and elegant looks seen in all the collections. This collection had some gorgeous gowns with sequins and metallic designs embedded into the fabrics. Absolutely breathtaking.

– Giambattista Valli –

Giambattista Valli’s collections are always so beautiful and one of my favourites for the season. Once again, they have not left me disappointed. All the looks are a little different from one another but still breathtaking.

– Givenchy –

I absolutely love Givenchy’s collection with the various fabrics and styles put into each look. Each look has an elegant but slightly simple fell to it.

– Valentino –

Valentino’s collection is absolutely breathtaking with beautiful metallic designs embedded into the fabrics. I’m definitely in love with each of these looks. The collection as a whole has a Victorian feel seen in the style and the colours of the fabrics. My favourite look has got to be the last due to the fitting and simple style.

– Zuhair Murad –

Zuhair Murad always impresses me with his collections. Definitely one of my most favourite designers. The designs he added to the collection were absolutely stunning, with the sequins and the colours all over the collection. All the designs in navy blue are definitely some of my favourites.

Dear Reader, look forward to the next Fashion Week Reviews!


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