Jackets- Designers continue to borrow from the boys and Couture was no different. From matching to distinctly different, jackets pulled gave a bit of polish to several looks.
|From L-R: Armani Prive, Chanel, Schiaparelli, Francesco Scognamiglio and Jean Paul Gaultier|
Tiers - This cascading look from shoulders to skirt has gained popularity over the seasons and is likely to stick around.
|From L-R: Editions by Georges Chakra, Christian Dior, Ralph and Russo, Ulyana Sergeenko and Viktor & Rolf|
One-arm - Asymmetry took over the catwalk with more than five designers churning out collections with one-sided sleeves juxtaposed against a bared shoulder or half-sleeve.
|From L-R: Jean Paul Gaultier, Alexandre Vauthier, Giambattista Valli, Ralph & Russo and Zuhair Murad|
Long Coats - Outerwear for spring came in form of lightweight and bedazzled long coats being the perfect foil for the summer chill.
|From L-R: Christian Dior, Ulyana Sergeenko, Jean Paul Gaultier, Elie Saab and Julien Fournie|
Puffy Sleeves - Puffed up shoulder sleeves dominated Couture collections from the likes of Jean Paul Gaultier to Armani Prive.
|From L-R: Georges Hobeika, Alexandre Vauthier, Jean Paul Gaultier, Ralph & Russo and Schiaparelli|
Spring Flowers - Nothing spells Spring like seeing flowers in bloom and they were littered all over the runways of Couture collections.
|From L-R: Georges Hobeika, Christian Dior, Francesco Scognamiglio, Elie Saab and Ralph & Russo|
Pleats - From scrunched, loose to knife, pleats gathered on a multitude of dresses and skirts for Spring 2017 couture.
|From L-R: Schiaparelli, Christian Dior, Julien Fournie, Valentino and Giambattista Valli|
Side Slits - Couture collections are never complete without a touch of sexy and this usually comes in the form of skin and thigh baring slits with the most popular being the side slit.
|From L-R: Georges Hobeika, Editions by Georges Chakra, On Aura Tout Vu, Ralph & Russo and Zuhair Murad|
Sequins - Head-to-toe glittery ensembles from beaded embroidery to sequins denote the glamour of Couture collections.
|From L-R: Ralph&Russo, Armani Prive, Chanel, Francesco Scognamiglio and Alexandre Vauthier|
Off the Shoulder - Designers continue to pay homage to the current erogenous zone with the enormous production of off-the-shoulder frocks and tops.
|From L-R: Giambattista Valli, Chanel, Elie Saab, Francesco Scognamiglio and Ralph & Russo|