The most obvious thing about this show was that everything was silver, or at least some part of the couture was silver. The second most obvious thing is the Indian theme -Indian influenced cuts and turbans.
Other than that, it really is just a dazzling show of gorgeous, elegant dresses and suits.
That's such a pretty, cute cocktail dress (on the left), which sort of reminded me of Marchesa, although this dress is obviously fancier. And the dress on the right is the Armani-chic take on the Indian dress.
Ahhh... the simple, beautiful flowing wedding dress.
Jean Paul Gaultier
While the Armani Prive collection was certainly lovely to look at, I personally found the Gaultier collection somewhat more fun to look at. Maybe because I'm not of the age to wear businesswear yet, and am more into the haute-casual-couture, if that makes sense. Anyways, I'm just going to state the obvious: this collection is very religion-inspired. Not a particularly inspiring topic to me, but Gaultier pulled together quite a lot of fascinating pieces.
First there are the halos. I love Stam's whole look (most right) -it's so beautiful and haunting.
Then there are the slightly darker looks. It's so cool how the halo on the left and the dress on the right look like the windows seen in churches.
Then there are the couture that are so artistic that I don't quite understand. Oh well, this is haute couture.
And finally, though not my style, it is a really pretty dress, with the cape and sheer material. And of course, that crazy hair and halo!
Alas, we'll have to wait another six months to see the next round of Haute Couture collections. Or perhaps we'll see a few of these dresses at the award shows? We'll see.
Photo credit: Marcio Madiera @ style.com.