Feast Your Eyes on Couture Week’s 15 Most Glamorous Looks So Far
Men’s Fashion Week is slowly wrapping up, which marks the beginning of an exciting week of couture shows in Paris, where #freethenipple is apparently the new motto.
There were Great Gatsby vibes at Alberta Ferreti, and at Atelier Versace, our favorite bombshells Gigi Hadid, Joan Smalls and Rose Huntington-Whitely walked the runway in Grammy-worthy gowns. This is the first couture season at Dior since our beloved Raf Simons left, but new studio directors Lucie Meier and Serge Ruffieux have yet to disappoint.
Here are 15 of the fiercest looks from the first couture shows, although there will be plenty more to come.
1.Alberta Ferretti Limited Edition
Because who doesn’t want to be dripping in glitter and fringe?
2. Alberta Ferretti Limited Edition
I’m always down for a dress that allows you to be totally glamorous, but basically naked.
3. Alberta Ferretti Limited Edition
Party dress goals, a-la Great Gasby edition.
If this look doesn’t scream “Clueless in Space”, I don’t know what does. Also, patent white boots are a must.
If cherry nipple-covers and crimped hair are the new beauty trends of 2016, I’m really not mad about it.
Or no hair? Low-maintenance glamour, here I come!
7. Dice Kayek
Her platinum hair with the 90s root is taking renaissance-chic to a whole new level.
Let’s all start leaving everything unbuttoned all the time.
Alright, new rule: Skirt, jacket, no shirt. One less clothing item to worry about, right?
Coats that cover your shoulders are passé. More fashion, less function.
In this dress, you will never have to wait in line to get into a bar ever again.
12. Atelier Versace
Leave it to Donatella to bring a whole new definition to the term “side boob.”
13. Atelier Versace
Is it just me, or is this already Taylor Swift’s Grammy dress?
14. Atelier Versace
And this is Slutty T-Swift’s Grammy dress! This would really be a game changer if Taylor decided to actually free the nipple.
15. Atelier Versace
Gigi Hadid just brought back the power suit, and it has never looked so good. Or S&M inspired.
All photos courtesy of Vogue.com.
Feature image courtesy of Versace.