Unconventional, built upon the unexpected but dreamy above anything else, the makeup looks set to accompany the most breathtaking couture offerings for fall 2014 didn’t fail to fire up our imagination, once again. A perfect mix of fantasy and wearability, the beauty looks representing Couture week are the striking kind that in spite of appearing like they often don’t belong to the real world, still make us long for them, with all the extraordinary. After the break, 8 awesome makeup looks from Couture week. Dramatic graphic eyes introducing a gorgeous peacock-toned wing for fall, were the statement chosen to set contrast to the sculpted cheek and nude lips building the beauty look at Versace Atelier. See more: Versace Atelier Haute Couture Fall 2014. Fall appears to never get tired of the wine lip’s enticing beauty. Paired to a soft eye bearing just an accent of iridescent white eyeshadow, the dark lips are ready to rewrite the chapter on autumnal beauty. See more: Ralph & Russo Haute Couture Fall 2014. Nude lips that appear to be slowly fading away, and over-the-top lashes that emerge from way beyond the norm. A beautiful contrast that only Couture week can bring about. See more: Julien Fournie Haute Couture Fall 2014. Minimal but strikingly beautiful nonetheless, the sticker graphic eyeliner introduced at Alexandre Vauthier reimagines the use of glitter in a smart, modern and totally unexpected way. See more: Alexandre Vauthier Haute Couture Fall 2014. There’s something about the timelessness of the dark, smoky eyes that pushes the make-up artists to constantly try and reinvent the look. Finished off with a severe wing, and paired to a pretty pink pout, it gains instant sophistication at Zuhair Murad. See more: Zuhair Murad Haute Couture Fall 2014. Some beauty looks are simply meant to shine. Just think of the metallic eyeshadow in silver and green tones, shimmering alongside the rosy pink lips, and bold brows at Elie Saab Haute Couture: See more: Elie Saab Haute Couture Fall 2014. Every season is bound to bring a new alternative to the classic cat eye. At Oscar Carvallo, a breathtaking combination of elements – black mascara, dark liner, metallic eyeshadow – assured a mesmerizing effect imagined to match the burnished colours of fall. See more: Oscar Carvallo Haute Couture Fall 2014. Bringing forward the illusion of a distant past, the beauty look at Franck Sorbier collided the modern femme fatale with the 1920s flapper look, dialing up the sophistication to make everything better: See more: Franck Sorbier Haute Couture Fall 2014. You might also like: The 10 most breathtaking couture dresses.