Haute Couture collections are meant to only be worn on the fashion runways. Normally a tall, skinny bombshell model is wearing these jaw dropping one-of-a-kind looks. The year is 2015 and couture came to kill it the fashion runway with its beauty. There are many trends that are branching out from the couture fashion world.
Here are some haute couture fashion trends that will surely dominate 2015.
Velvet Cake Anyone? – Of course I am not talking about the actual cake. I am talking about velvet the material of elegance.
It Is Furfect! – Fur is making a comeback. Just look at the picture below. Now you know if you were an animal activist, you would stop being one for a day just to rock that coat in the middle. I see you thinking…You will, wouldn’t you?
Embroidery Story – It has to be couture if it has embroidered flowers on it. Only in couture fashion can you make something that is normally used as a table cloth, look priceless. I honestly think that the embroidery covers the seams where they have to sew the model in.
Asymmetry – Couture to the slant, hunty. Asymmetrical cuts are the thing right now with couture. Hard to wear fabrics not only look street creed fashionable; you can be sexy by showing off your leg. Do not go f-ing up this haute couture look by getting an asymmetrical haircut.
Ball Gowns – Disney princesses wish they can go to a ball looking like a couture queen. Couture ball gowns are so big in style and are truly one of a kind. Wear one on and you will be like Beyoncé, “Bow down bitches.”
A-Lines – The only letter of the alphabet that looks good on a woman. Forget about the A-line skirts. 2015 is the time of A-line couture.
Some fashion designers to keep an eye out for in 2015 are Alexandre Vauthier, Alexis Mabille, Atelier Versace, Chanel, Elie Saab, Giambattista Valli, Maison Martin Margiela, Ulyana Sergeenko, Valentino, and Zuhair Murad. They are known for their haute couture fashions. Add seeing one of their fashion shows in Paris or Milan to your fashion bucket list. Trust me, you will fall in love with all of the trends and all of the haute-ness.
Like I said, some couture outfits can only be worn on the runway because they are tailored for the model wearing them. With that being said, it does not mean that you cannot tie in some of these couture fashion trends into your 2015 wardrobe. Go on out and make the people ask you where your outfit is from. The only response you give back will be, “Couture honey. Haute couture.”