Picking out 10 of the most breathtaking haute couture gowns showcased during Paris fashion week (PFW) is close to an impossible task. If our eyes are set on seeking beauty on the catwalk, they will make sure to find it hidden in every single one of the precious details, cuts, appliques and hand embroideries. But in all of the amazingness of couture, the following gowns did succeeded in standing out.
Without further ado and in no particular order, here are 10 of the most awe-inspiring couture dresses from the fall 2013 runways of Paris, you really wouldn’t want to miss out on.
Giambattista Valli channeled porcelain goddesses in his exquisitely fine couture collection. Dipped in a delicious hue and barring an intricate, yet controlled silhouette, this canary yellow gown met the highest of expectations.
See more: Giambattista Valli Haute Couture fall 2013.
Proving once more that black is anything but boring, Stephane Rolland infused his collection with a perfect dose of sensuality. Barely touching ground, this dark beauty proved to be a rare mix of timeless elegance and modern sexiness.
See more: Stephane Rolland Haute Couture fall 2013.
Just like a painted fantasy gently moving before your eyes, this pale blue and gold dress designed by Alexis Mabille brought a touch of drama on the runway, cascading in a plenitude of painterly printed white flowers.
See more: Alexis Mabille Haute Couture fall 2013.