Best Looks From Haute Couture Week Fall 2024

Best Looks From Haute Couture Week Fall 2024

Haute Couture Fashion Week consistently delivers awe-inspiring spectacles of fashion, where breathtaking gowns transition seamlessly from the runways to future red carpets. Highlighting standout presentations from Chanel, Schiaparelli, Giambattista Valli, and more, the autumn/winter 2024 collections captivated with their exquisite craftsmanship and visionary designs.

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Uncover Our Favorite Looks from Haute Couture Week Fall 2024

Classic & Timeless Elegance: Chanel

Elegance is the word that defines Chanel and Fall Couture 2024 is further proof of this. Because the collection features Chanel’s classic elements, such as tweed, beading, tulle, modernized with new silhouettes. These elements are already the brand’s trademark.

Richly embroidered pieces, such as burgundy tweed suits and black feathered jackets, evoke a blend of romance and theatricality, hinting at the future direction of the French house.

Similarly, KOKET recognizes the power of elegance and timeless design, which is present in pieces like the Chandra Chair, the epitome of chic.

Chandra Chair by KOKET
Chandra Chair by KOKET

The Power of Neutrals: Thom Browne

As Paris prepares for the Olympics, Browne blends sports with haute couture. He revealed his second couture collection with Serena Williams in the front row. The collection featured a palette of cream and neutrals, using muslin, a typical drafting fabric, elevated to the couture stage.

In addition to the neutrals, the flower and leaf ceilings are admirable, something that resembles the interior design.

Spellbound Bar Cabinet by KOKET
Stella Mirror by KOKET

Dramatism & Exuberance: Schiaparelli

Forever one of our favorite brands and this collection was no exception!

Gold and silver metallic details adorned opulent gowns with voluminous shoulders and strapless designs. Animalistic touches appeared in zebra-printed capes and sheer bodices with 3D horns. The final look — a nude corset with dark gems and a shiny black skirt.

“People don’t buy Schiaparelli, they collect it.”

Daniel Roseberry

We fully believe that haute couture and interior design go hand in hand. The silver and gold details are evident in both and are a highlight of the creations.

Chandra Chair by KOKET
Revê 2-Tier Mirror by KOKET

Beauty & Delicacy of Flowers: Giambattista Valli

Valli embraces the healing power of beauty through floral motifs. The collection is a celebration of the healing power of beauty, with flowers representing this idea to perfection. Drawing inspiration from the floral garlands adorning Indian temples, Valli incorporated blooms throughout his designs. For example, delicate tulle bustiers and corsets were adorned with chiffon mousselines.

Bloom Armchair by KOKET
Spellbound Peacock Purple Feather Cabinet by KOKET
Gia Chandelier by KOKET

Bold Sensuality & Edgy Velvet: Zuhair Murad

Murad’s collection showcased opulent fabrics like velvet, silk, and lace, each meticulously adorned with beadwork, sequins, and embroidery.

The color palette was bold and sophisticated, with prominent shades of black, deep reds, and metallic tones. The collection offered diverse silhouettes, ranging from dramatic, voluminous gowns to sleek, form-fitting dresses that featured daring cutouts and necklines.

In the same way, in furniture you can bring glamor and sophistication through velvet fabric.

Lé-Lé Bench by KOKET
Cozy Velvet Lipstick Red by KOKET