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."
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.
One of the more risqué collections we've seen so far at Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week was Atelier Versace. Made up of mostly white, black and primary shades of cobalt blue and sapphire red, the collection focused on skin-bearing trends of sheer panels and crop tops. We loved the nude gowns especially, and are crossing our fingers that front row attendee Kate Hudson (who blew us away in Atelier Versace at the Golden Globes) will revisit the brand wearing one of them to the upcoming Academy Awards.
Alexis Mabille's collection didn't seem to have a singular theme, but we definitely noticed Asian influences in the form of kimono-shape dresses and obi-type wraps featured in the gowns. We adored the floral appliqués and oversized bows we saw come down the runway and foresee both of these trends making their way into bridal fashion for 2015.