Valentino Couture was perhaps the most romantic of all the collections shown this season. As Maria Grazia Chiuri, one half of the Valentino design duo, said to Style.com, "In some ways, you are flying when you are in love." This accounts for the cloud and rainbow images used throughout the collection, as well as the wing embroidery on the backs of some dresses. To add to the love theme, lines from Shakespeare and Dante were embroidered on some of the dresses, making the idea of "wearing your heart on your sleeve" quite literal in the world of Valentino.
Stéphane Rolland's SS2015 Couture Collection was full of white and ivory looks, making it a big hit in our books (+total bridal inspiration!) The collection ranged from full-skirted ballgowns of oversized proportions to sleek jumpsuits with nude and metallic panelling - perfect for brides looking to emulate Solange Knowles' recent "I Do's."
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Elie Saab's STUNNING couture collections seem to get better season after season and his SS2015 show was no different! We loved the designers' use of nude tones and soft, muted shades, as well as the delicately embroidered petals and leaves featured on many gowns. Yet again, Mr. Saab has presented a fanciful collection full of inspiration for fashionable brides-to-be.
One of our favourite collections this couture season has been Giambattista Valli. From the pastel colour palette to the intricate floral patterns, Valli's collection is everything we love about spring fashion.