Shows to Check Out at Paris Couture Fashion Week July 2017

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The city of Paris is once again hosting Fashion Week, moving from Men’s, which happened not long ago, to Couture collections for Fall-Winter 2018. So far Ronald Van Der Kemp and Proenza Schouler have checked in with their collections and the first day of Paris Couture Week continues its narrative with exciting labels to watch, such as Rodarte, Galia Lahav and Guo Pei.

Monday, the second day of Couture Week, starts with Schiaparelli and continues with Georges Hobeika, Christian Dior, Ralph & Russo and few other more. Tuesday is just as packed with big names, with Chanel having the honor to display its Couture craft at the beginning of the schedule, followed by Ulyana Sergeenko, Giorgio Armani and Alexandre Vauthier.

Maison Margiela is set to be the first label to showcase on Wednesday and the day continues with Ellie Saab, Jean Paul Gaultier, Viktor & Rolf and Zuhair Murad. Fendi is displaying at the end and the few hour break that’s happening after Valentino’s show provides everyone with enough time to have a moment after such an abundant day.

Thursday is all about the Couture jewelry. The full schedule is available here.

At Ralph & Russo’s F/W Couture Fashion Show Hats Were The “Icing On The Cake”


Ralph & Russo‘s Haute Couture F/W show was a dream come true to any woman who loves to dress up, especially to those who like pretty dresses and autumnal prints. However, I think it scored even bigger by adding hats to some of the looks, making everything look outrageously sophisticated.

Super elegant outfits were accesorized with modern cloche hats that had high crown, having same autumnal print witht the outfit, where a print was involved, or snowy white with band and small flower on one side.

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Long flowy dresses with autumnal prints, embroidery and sheer parts were accesorised with gorgeous same print large brim hats. Truly, a must and something to look for into the next seasons.

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