Lindsey Wixson at Atelier Versace
From the Different cultures and continents inspired Dior collection to the Theatre stage at Chanel to Naomi Campbell opening and closing another Gorgeous and Sexy Atelier Versace show to Viktor & Rolf making their Haute Couture debut, it’s hard to choose just one favorite collection, or even look from this past week’s Fall 2013 Haute Couture Fashion Week. My favorite collection this Haute Couture season would definitely have to be Elie Saab. His collection brought me back so many great memories of the holidays, by the red, silver, gold, green, and Navy gowns. The Elie Saab Bride was just Gorgeous, with that long, gorgeous train and the three bridesmaids, was just Pure, Pure Beauty. Each of the looks he designed was just pure perfection, and I would definitely picture myself in every one of his designs from that collection. <img src=”https://katiesrunwaysreport.files.wordpress.com/2013/07/image253.jpg?w=200″ alt=”image” width=”200″ height=”300″ class=”alignnone size-medium wp-image-3792″ />
Top to bottom: The Elie Saab Bride, Sigrid Agren leading the finale
My favorite stage this season would definitely have to be the theatre set up at the Chanel show. I really love the theatre and watching plays, so I LOVE to see such a Creative theatre, including the theater’s design. I loved the stage too with the curtains and screen. A true theatre. Karl Lagerfeld always designs something different for Chanel each season, and I always really look forward to the exciting stage that goes along with the collection, that’s why Karl’s my favorite designer.
My favorite look this season would have to be a three way tie between, Lindsey Wixson‘s closing look at Alexandre Vauthier, Lindsey Wixson’s Sexy navy Sparkley jumpsuit at Atelier Versace, and Esther Heesch’s lace evening gown at Giorgio Armani Prive.’ All three looks were just Gorgeous, and something that I would definitely wear.
During Fall 2013 Haute Couture fashion week, I was in love with every collection, from Elie Saab to Chanel to Valentino to Dior to Ulyana Sergeenko, and much more.