The Brides of Haute Couture

Although it’s a tradition somewhat in perdition, it remains an event in itself: the bride. The traditional end to each Haute Couture fashion show. Always sublime, always spectacular, the white dress takes centre stage, and this season, Jean-Paul Gaultier is no exception to the rule. The designer once again asked one of his favourite models, Coco Rocha, who plays the role perfectly while riding her bike, wearing his light, floaty dress.Another exceptional moment at Chanel saw the arrival of the bride, seeming to be lost in the middle of the immensity of the Grand Palais and the Eiffel Tower, constructed in the centre. Karl Lagerfeld chose the young Camille Hurel to close the show in a fully flared dress with long sleeves strewn with camellias.At Schiaparelli, the bride is revealed as a symbol with her sublimely beautiful cloak with a heart on the back, while at Fendi, sleeves transform into a cape built like an arabesque while the flowers play with transparency.Finesse can be found at Giambattista Valli with his young girls in florals, appearing like ballerinas as embroidery intermingles with tulle.Finally, the brides envisioned by the Lebanese designers invited to show in Paris, evoke, as always, a sense of dreams and fairy tales. No words can do justice to Elie Saab and his valiant bride trailed by two bridesmaids. Awestruck moments follow at Zuhair Murad, where feathers mingle with embroidery and lace. Finally, at George Chakra, sensuality is a must, with a touch of audacity, seen in the beaded thigh boots and the short dress, which reveals just what it takes to be queen for a day.Music in the public domain: Bandit & Nikit

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