From Chanel’s return to red to Dior’s enlarged shadow eye, see our edit of the most enchanting looks from Couture Week.
At Giambattista Valli, the undone and frizzy tresses added a certain laissez-fair charm to an otherwise regal look. Easily achievable by brushing through an over-night plait.
On the same runway, beauty remained dewy and soft with clean skin and a wash of nude luminescent across the eye lid. Mascara and eyeliner was no where to be seen.
Maria Grazia Chiuri’s surrealist vision for the Dior woman was complement by a sleek side parting and enlarged smokey eye. Wearable and sophisticated.
It was a return to the Coco Chanel red at the Grand Palais with washes of the classic hue across lips and framed by an otherwise natural face.
Georges Hobeika kept hair softly tousled and accessorised with a Grecian head piece. Classic couture for the princess look.
In keeping with that theme, the same runway saw a rush of light and burnt gold running across the eyelids and a pale princess pink on the lips.
Iris van Herpen opted for a more avant-garde take on couture with space aged blue eyes and a wet look, pulled back hair.