They can be jaw-dropping or purely mesmerizing, they can make you go OMG or they can leave you breathless, and it may take you a long minute to truly comprehend the level of craftsmanship that goes into these epic creations but the dreamy vibes we all get, in like an instant. And somehow they’re never enough. From the royally fashioned to the dramatically embellished and all the way to the sexy and sultry, here are 11 perfectly amazing gowns from Haute Couture week. Cape, train, subtle cut-outs, delicious hue and just enough exquisite embroideries to reinforce its regal feel; Tony Ward’s sense of finesse is perfectly encapsulated in this beautiful gown: See more: Tony Ward Haute Couture Spring 2016. Ballerina beauty down to the petal pink ribbon headband and divinely ruffled gown marked one of the most breathtaking couture moments, signed by Ralph & Russo: See more: Ralph & Russo Haute Couture Spring 2016. With its delicately exposed shoulders, voluminous silhouette and heavenly print, Dany Atrache’s couture number is the kind that makes for a memorable entrance: See more: Dany Atrache Haute Couture Spring 2016. This kind of sublime contrast you’re likely to see at Valentino only, the place where airy, weightless fabrics can explode in exotic peacock prints without losing a their ethereal essence: See more: Valentino Haute Couture Spring 2016. You could easily pick out any of Elie Saab’s couture gowns, eyes closed and everything, and still bet on being left speechless upon opening them up again, because pretty verging on magical is what the designer does best: See more: Elie Saab Haute Couture Spring 2016. Making a major statement with its candy-like hue and delicate sheer peeking from underneath layers of tulle, Geroges Chakra’s couture gown could easily pass for a walking dream: See more: Georges Chakra Haute Couture Spring 2016. With romance that’s slightly toughened up by exposed caged constructions, Murad’s couture vision is still every little bit the fairytale, rose blossoms down to magic shimmers: See more: Zuhair Murad Haute Couture Spring 2016. Not exactly a gown but twice as effective, this showstopping ensemble seen walking down the runway at Stephane Rolland had everyone mesmerized: See more: Stephane Rolland Haute Couture Spring 2016. Dreamlike with its divine candyfloss pink hue, dramatic with its floor-sweeping skirt and sexy with its subtle deep plunging neckline, Georges Hobeika’s dress appears to have ticked all the (couture) boxes: See more: Georges Hobeika Haute Couture Spring 2016. Reimagined in the reddest of reds, Giambattista Valli’s signature cupcake gown made out of layers and layers of fluffy tulle is unlike anything we’ve seen gracing the runways: See more: Giambatistta Valli Haute Couture Spring 2016. If sporty couture looks this good, and this sexy, we want more of the classic column gowns clashed with athletic-inspired braided bodices (made of crystal-encrusted Swarovski ropes), as seen at Versace Atelier: See more: Versace Atelier Haute Couture Spring 2016.