Paris Haute Couture Week 2018: Day 3
Franck Sorbier celebrated the roaring twenties and nature with ethereal dresses worn by dancing models.
Elie Saab celebrated 1920s Paris and its free, independent women with spectacular creations embroidered and embellished with glittering details and feathers.
Galia Lahav showed a flash of flesh in a sensual collection featuring asymmetrical shapes, cutaway panels and minimal cuts, sometimes inspired by the 1980s.
Jean Paul Gaultier
Jean Paul Gaultier used optical illusions in a collection channeling the past and the future while also paying homage to Pierre Cardin. Think spirals, stripes and surreal motifs.
Viktor & Rolf
Viktor & Rolf made its entire collection form duchess satin, celebrating spring with lashings of flowers.
Azzaro Couture went glam, bringing shine and sparkling details to a refined, sensual wardrobe.
East meets West in Zuhair Murad's "Indian Summer" collection with volume, sparkle and feathers.
Guo Pei celebrated nature with spectacular dresses and life-sized floral creations.
Holographic effects were everywhere in the Artisanal Maison Margiela collection by John Galliano.