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Highlights from Haute Couture

Playing with imagination and dreams as always, Haute Couture Fall 2018 shows don’t cease to inspire. Christian Dior and Givenchy delivered the classic in amazing looks created with high-end craftsmanship techniques. Christian Dior's room was decorated to recall the intimacy of the atelier, paying a homage to the fine hands that makes the collections. Feminine shapes, elegancy and chicness were all over these two shows. 

Meanwhile, Viktor and Rolf celebrated their 25 years with looks all-in-white emphasising the boldness and experimentation in silhouettes throughout their history. Speaking of experimentation, what to say about the eccentric Iris Van Herpen? Incredible futuristic textures were constructed in impeccable silhouettes. For Schiaparelli, extravagance was present, retracing the surrealism of the brand’s early designs. Last but not least, Maison Margiela deconstructed couture, showing the millions of layers, textures and details that it represents.

Haute Couture shows were a treat for the eyes, reminding us that Fashion is also about high-quality craftsmanship and fantasy. Have a look at SCOUT’s selections from the shows:

Christian Dior - by Yannis Vlamos

Christian Dior - by Yannis Vlamos

Christian Dior - by Yannis Vlamos

Christian Dior - by Yannis Vlamos

Givenchy - by Monica Feudi

Givenchy - by Monica Feudi

Viktor and Rolf - by Kim Weston Arnold

Viktor and Rolf - by Kim Weston Arnold

Iris Van Herpen - by Yannis Vlamos

Iris Van Herpen - by Yannis Vlamos

Schiaparelli - by Kim Weston Arnold

Schiaparelli - by Kim Weston Arnold

Maison Margiela - by Kim Weston Arnold

Maison Margiela - by Kim Weston Arnold

05 Jul 2018