Day Two: Highlight From Paris Haute Couture Week

Lindsay Judge   |   06-07-2022

As Haute Couture week is in full swing in Paris, we bring you the latest from the Fall/Winter 2022-23 collections.






For her Fall/Winter 2022-23 Haute Couture collection for Chanel Virginie Viard reimagines classic codes of the house and gives them a modern twist. In a continuation of last season’s collection, the Creative Director is once again inspired by artists and friends of the house who allow her to expand and experiment further on last season’s Haute Couture offering. See the full review here.



Armani Privé



The Fall/Winter 2022-23 Armani Privé collection “Pétillant” celebrates realism; a key trait within Giorgio Armani’s designs. This season the designer adds sparkle and frivolity to his creations with a collection that offers an escape from reality. See the full review here.


Alexandre Vauthier



Sharp tailoring, elegant lines and excessive silhouettes formed a collection that celebrates the essence of couture. Alexandre Vauthier offered a clean yet adventurous collection that combined sleek shapes and an elegant silhouette.



Alexis Mabille



Alexis Mabille celebrated some of the key codes of haute couture with his Fall/Winter 2022-23 collection. Each look very different but still fitting under the umbrella of bold, strong femininity and elegance. From day to night this wardrobe is for the woman that knows exactly what she wants.




ASHI Studio



The ASHI Studio Fall Winter Couture 2023 collection “The Waves” was unveiled during Couture Week with a show held at the American Church in Paris. The collection embodies a new perspective for the house, blurring the lines of modernism and traditional couture to expand on Ashi’s interpretation of the “new timeless.”