Before the main fashion weeks show us their new Autumn/Winter collections for 2014, the best designers are presenting us their exclusive Haute Couture creations for this Spring! Today, we take a look at the main catwalks of days 1 and 2 of the Paris Fashion Week, and tell you all about the trends that will you’ll be seeing next season!
PFW Haute Couture Spring 2014 - Days 1 and 2 - Trend #5: Leg and cleavage display
The Haute Couture collections of days 1 and 2 have imagined an extremely sensual woman. Bold and deep “V” necklines were amongst the favorites, whilst some of the other designers opted for showing off nude legs, with side splits, high-and-low hemlines and even dress-pants hybrids. It was all about accentuating the female figure.
PFW Haute Couture Spring 2014 - Days 1 and 2 - Trend #4: Layers
Designers at the Haute Couture fashion shows from Paris Fashion Week opted for ensembles with multiple layers of clothing, with fabrics of different textures in an array of many bold shapes. From heavily constructed peplum gowns, to voluminous jackets and asymmetrical skirts.
PFW Haute Couture Spring 2014 - Days 1 and 2 - Trend #3: Embellishment
Ensembles with embroidery in complex patterns, golden lace in floral decorations and large ornamented dresses with large stones, were amongst the favorite embellishments of the Haute Couture collections of the Paris Fashion Week. We also saw beautiful outfits with floral and geometric applications, and even some studded gowns.
PFW Haute Couture Spring 2014 - Days 1 and 2 - Trend #2: Futuristic
While some of the outfits opted for a classic and romantic look, others betted for futuristic looks inspired by the 3D printed ensembles that have been appearing at the latest fashion runways. Structured outfits and hooded dresses with bold cut-outs were some of the Couture proposals made by the main fashion designers.
PFW Haute Couture Spring 2014 - Days 1 and 2 - Trend #1: Old-fashioned glamour
The Haute Couture collections for Spring 2014 showed gorgeous outfits with full embellished Art Deco patterns, ensembles which hug the female curves, one-shoulder dresses, beautifully decorated metallic belts, and voluminous golden accessories with colorful gemstones. These were some of the details which gave the Haute Couture designs an old-fashioned Hollywood vibe.
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