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Couture Week Trends

Couture Week Trends

Spring 2024 Couture Week in Paris is fashion at its very best. Celebrities flocked to the front row to watch the runway and dawn their best looks to shows like Schiaparelli, Dior, and Elie Saab. Kylie Jenner and the iconic Lily Van Der Woodsen (a.k.a Kelly Rutherford) even had a front-row moment. We brought the trends to you, matching each with a Larroudé shoe. Get ready for some serious style inspo. 


Ballet Core

Ballet Core and the “coquette” aesthetic has been hitting the internet hard, and designers took it to Couture Week, specifically Chanel and Jean Paul Gaultier. From tulle and tutus to ballet slippers’ satin pink, both Simone Rocha and Virginie Viard put their own twist on the idea. Chanel included its staple tweed jackets with Viard’s romantic touches while Rocha paid tribute to archival Gaultier by reimagining older pieces with classically feminine details. The Blair ballet flat is the perfect pairing to this look. Worn with Gigi Burris’ “Indre Bow”, you’ll feel like you just came off the Chanel runway—the perfect way to wear the delicate ballet aesthetic we know and love.

Get the look: Blair Flat, Indre Bow


Tailored Suiting

A perennial favorite, power suits are truly having a(nother) moment. We loved seeing how designers took the simplicity and elegance of a suit and turned it into a couture moment. Maria Grazia Chuiri of Dior opened the show with beige cotton geometric suits and trench coats. Pierpaolo Piccioli of Valentino also played with the idea of abstract shapes with bright color-blocked suits—his own take on wardrobe staples. We all need a pair of orange trousers now! A  variation of “quiet luxury,” these suits truly meant business last week in Paris. And the best business casual shoe? The Patricia loafer. It goes with everything, and can be dressed up or down—the perfect transitional shoe to take you from Winter to Spring. Pair yours this with KULE’s “The Pooh” coat for a chic yet sophisticated layer. 

Get the look: Loafer


Exaggerated Hips

A moment for the striking hip pads at haute couture. The shapes and silhouettes of these gowns were something out of Pride and Prejudice, especially the Miss Sohee show. The corsets were tightened to exaggerate the hips, and you felt like you were transported to the past. Margiela, on the other hand, gave us Hunger Games chic, with cool and dystopian-like shapes and styles. Every curve and contour was meticulously crafted. Pairing a high pointed pump, like the Larroudé x Altuzarra, with Commando’s “Chic Dot Thigh High” will flaunt the shape of the hips and add the perfect touch of sophistication.

Get the look: Pump


Fringe & Feathers

Designers like Celia Kritharioti, Julie de Libran, and Fendi showcased their mastery incorporating playful fringe and feathers into their shows. Each look from Celia Kritharioti moved and flowed like the “under the sea” theme she created. Julie de Libran, known for her modern elegance, introduced a fresh take on feathers that exuded grace and sophistication. The juxtaposition of movement and texture in these designs offers fashion enthusiasts a sensory feast with each detail flowing and dancing with your body. The shoe that best fits this trend is the reimagined Colette ruffle mule. Shape, layers, and movement, it’s the embodiment of every reason why this trend transcends. Want something with even more movement? Then Gigi Burris’ “Ete” hat in Natural tops off the look.

Get the look: Mule, Ete


Sheer Moments

Sheer is the new…well, everything. Schiaparelli beamed us to another style dimension with their collection, the black scarf boldly contrasting the sheer nude dress—pure class and romance. Fendi alsol created gorgeous dreamy, romantic sheer gowns in pale pinks, whites, blacks, and greys. In contrast to big names like Schiaparelli and Fendi, brand AZ Factory gave young designer Jenny Hyoten a chance to develop a collection for couture. She drew inspiration from her favorite pastime, thrifting, and the idea of femininity to create a collection of leather, mixed with chiffon gowns. Start your sheer style journey with the translucent Vivi Lucite Mule, and gorgeous blue ruffle midi dress from Batsheva.

Get the look: Mule, Dress



As Miranda Priestly once said, “Florals? For Spring? Groundbreaking.” The rosettes at couture looked like they’d been freshly plucked straight from a fairytale garden. A rosette adds texture, shape, and dimensions to every piece of clothing, while still feeling regal. Designer Giambattista Valli was inspired by the noble and eternal identity of flowers (specifically roses) and nature, pinning fresh roses into some of the models’ hair and turning the runway into a living garden. Fashion house Homolog took inspiration from nature as well, as their red rosette power suit opened the show. Our new Salma heel is the perfect way to lean into the trend, while adding even more blooms to the bounty with Ariel Gordon Jewelry’s “Tourmaline and Diamond Aurora” bracelet.

Get the look: SandalBracelet

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