Ending our fashion journey on an elegant note, Parisian haute couture is something right out of a fairytale. From incorporating futuristic designs, to channeling the dark side of fairytales, this haute couture rendez vous is everything you’ll want to see, all in one sitting.



Designer duo Livia Stoianova and Yassen Samouilov graced Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week with some of the most extraordinarily futuristic designs. With A-list clientele like Madonna, this dynamic duo created futuristic garments by contacting a mechanical engineer to design exoskeletons that would be placed on top of their perfectly embroidered gowns. It was a futuristic affair with a classical runway backdrop.


Tony Ward is one of the world's most notable fashion designers, with a repertoire for excellence. Showcasing his Autumn Winter ‘16-17 collection, die hard fashionistas everywhere felt their hearts race as the models walked the runways in grace and elegance. His inspiration was that of a feather, having mimic its movement and fluidity in his gowns and designs.


Eymeric Francois captivating collection left audiences in awe after reveling in his fairytale-inspired ensembles. His “Legend” collection manifests the archetype characters typically found in fairytales, but putting a focus on the slightly darker aspects of a story. Francois changed the color of light fabrics using black ink, showcasing the transformative nature of a character to the dark side, and creating some of the most exquisite pieces featured on Fashion Week.