Slits. Slits on dresses and gowns brought the sexy and sassy to couture shows.
|From L-R: Alexandre Vauthier, Bouchra Jarrar, Atelier Versace and Zuhair Murad|
Couture Coats. These ranged from fur to coat dresses a times covering the most pretty of frocks.
|From L-R: Alexandre Vauthier, Armani Prive, Jean Paul Gaultier and Valentino|
Branch Out. A couple of houses uprooted the bright and breezy blossoms that have ran through the Resort 14 for a more subdued, somewhat edgier take on flora: branch and stem motifs.
|From L-R: Yiqing Lin, Zuhair Murad, Maison Martin Margiela and Valentino|
Pockets. Hands were kept warm and cosy with small and oversized pockets on dresses, gowns, coats and pants.
|From L-R: Elie Saab, Jean Paul Gaultier, Bouchra Jarrar and Yiqing Yin|
Sheer Beauty. Sheers are regular on the trend circuit and its staying power is its versatility.
|From L-R: Armani Prive, Valentino, Giambattista Valli and Stephane Rolland|
Shimmer. Couture collections are nothing without their bit of shine and shimmer to light up the place.
|From L-R: Elie Saab, Christian Dior, Giambattista Valli and Stephane Rolland|
Long Sleeves. Sleeves were long and lean on coats, dresses and jackets.
|From L-R: Stephane Rolland, Zuhair Murad, Armani Prive and Ulyana Sergeenko|
Asymmetric At the Neck. A trend noticeable through fashion week season, necks were asymmetric on dresses, jumpsuits and tops.
|From L-R: Zuhair Murad, Iris Van Herpen, Alexandre Vauthier and Elie sAAB|
Peplum. Small and over-sized at some couturier houses, peplum defined waists on skirt suits and gowns.
|From L-R: Jean Paul Gaultier, Giambattista Valli, Christian Dior and Georges Hobeika|
Knee- Length Dresses. Amidst the floor length sweepers, knee length dresses were frothy adding the girly touch to couture.
|From L-R: Georges Hobeika, Elie Saab, Yiqing Yin and Chanel|