快速赛车彩票网站:The Best Fall 2019 Couture Looks from Paris

From the new Schiaparelli to Chanel, all the most swoon-worthy runway haute couture.

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Despite an ongoing European heatwave, Fall 2019 Haute Couture is hitting the runways in Paris this week. From over-the-top, swoon-worthy gowns to the most beautiful (and unexpected) hand-sewn details, we're tracking all the most breathtaking runway looks throughout the week. Click through to see all the best Fall 2019 Couture Week looks in real time.

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Givenchy

Feathers, capes, and volume: Clare Waight Keller brought the drama to Givenchy’s latest couture collection. Fantasy and glamour came to life in the form of whimsical, towering feather gowns done in shades of mint green and black. A stunning lavender cape coat and tailored coat dresses complete with feather details brought elegance to new heights. And in a sea of ultra-glam ball gowns and feathers, sparkling metallic sequins and tailored coat dresses added unexpected touches of cool. Waight Keller has only been designing couture for two years now—but with this collection, it seems she’s already becoming a master of the art. —Lauren Alexis Fisher

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Chanel

Virginie Viard showed her first couture presentation today, and it was nothing short of a hit. All roads lead back to Coco—the sweeping library that housed the Chanel Couture show at the Grand Palais was inspired by a neutral-hued one at the house's founder's home on Rue Cambon. The collection paid homage to those Chanel roots favored by Coco and Karl Lagerfeld: tweedy, long slim jackets, skirt suits, little black bowed shoes, pearl accents. But it was also very much the designer's own. Oversized, round shouldered jackets over mini dresses, ultra feminine dresses with bows and sheer chiffon, face framing ruffs, some elegant sparkle. Viand is keeping Chanel Chanel, bien sur, but with a new approach to quiet sophistication that feels all hers. -Kerry Pieri

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Armani Privé

From candy-colored pastels to smart suiting and grand red carpet-worthy gowns, the Armani Privé couture woman is ready for every occasion this season. There were series of ‘80s-inspired polka dots, there were sheer nipple-freeing looks, there were even technicolor gowns made of tulle and (faux) fur. Details like oversized bows and tiny leather rose hair pieces amped up the femininity of the collection—just in case all the pastel tulle and silk didn’t do so enough. But whether she’s going to the boardroom or a ball, Mr. Armani delivered plenty of dreamy looks to choose from. —Lauren Alexis Fisher

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