Hey. I am back. Again. Okay, let’s all take a moment and have five minutes of glamour everyone. Yesterday was the last day of a week of Couture fashion shows, galas, and all others bling bling events. As a respectable “fashion” blogger, it’s my duty to report to my beloved readers the most memorable moments of this Couture Fall-Winter 2017 fashion week.

Let’s start with the master; Chanel: Dear Karl, what did you do again ? An Eiffel Tower in my show honey. I mean… he is the only one who can transform his show location into another form of art. Despite his staggering decor idea, the collection has been just sublime, in dark tones, but sublime. He gave us those Gabriel Chanel vibes while adapting the fifties style for the Parisienne of nowadays with some modern materials and fewer ornaments.

couture fall-winter 2017  (Source: Chanel)

Next is Dior and his stunning collection celebrating the 70th anniversary of the renowned brand. The Italian designer Maria Grazia Chiuri did a stunning work again in the Couture Fall-Winter 2017 collection, inspired by the women of the world and the expansion of the Dior print.

couture fall-winter 2017(source: Dior)

Elie Saab time: This man just brought us Game of Thrones in the real life. He transformed his perfect women into the most fancy warrior ever. Using refined materials with gold embroidery for a prefect glamorous evening look. In some items, I can see a little bit of traditional Moroccan savoir-faire in there.

Elie Saab couture automne-winter 2017

(Source: Vogue Runway)

On with the iconic Alexandre Vauthier. The cuts, the shapes, the colors (Well, it was all black, but still). Everything was festive and vibrant, all around the 80′ trends. And can we talk about miss Hadid making her entrance, with a kepi on her head, making her the sexiest soldier ever.

couture fall-winter 2017

(Source: Vogue Runway)

And for the last one, Victor & Rolf. The duo brought giant dolls into their show with over-sized bomber-dresses combined with jeans and boots, mostly in khaki and orange.

couture fall-winter 2017

(Source: Vogue Runway)

Written by Maha El Haiba

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