Unmissable Fashion Trends From The Paris Haute Couture Week

Keep reading this article to discover the most prominent Haute Couture trends which will make their way into the streets.

Courtesy of Jean Paul Gaultier Fall 2023 Haute Couture.

This week, fashion houses revealed their Fall/Winter 2023/2024 collections and the looks were jaw-dropping. Elaborate one-of-a-kind pieces are to be expected when it comes to haute couture, but that doesn’t mean the trends sweeping down the runways can’t be recreated in everyday life. Thom Browne, a relative newbie, chose the beautiful Palais Garnier, an opera venue, to display his debut collection of classic grey suiting items. Pieter Mulier showcased his extraordinary talent for graceful design at Alaa, and Demna explored novel forms at Balenciaga.

Unquestionably, the dramatic backdrops used for the couture display increased the excitement around the clothes. After all, the rigorous work produced by upscale ateliers culminated in these couture collections. VIP clients make up the majority of the clientele. They are looking for custom clothing or distinctive designs to adorn their extensive closets while they wait for the ideal occasion, such as a red-carpet event or charity gala. However, even for those unable to afford or incorporate these clothes into their everyday lives, Haute Couture offers a remarkable insight into the creative motivations of designers. These collections, crafted with generous budgets and access to the world’s finest artisans, are intended to captivate and inspire.

While the concept of understated luxury has largely dominated high-end fashion discourse in recent seasons, you will find an array of striking creations in this realm. From exquisite rosettes to XXL bows, these are the six boldest fashion upcoming trends straight from the runways.


From beachy destination weddings to quiet courthouse ceremonies, contemporary brides seek dresses that break away from the traditional princess silhouette. This season, designers, including Chanel, Rahul Mishra, and Thom Browne, cater to this group by thinking beyond conventions and presenting their clients with something unique, hyper-specific to their chosen wedding type, and entirely unexpected.

Courtesy of Rahul Mishra.

Spotted at: Chanel, Rahul Mishra, Thom Browne.


Haute Couture Fashion week showcased the emergence of golden goddesses. These ensembles veered towards a more fluid gold tone rather than an armour-like finish, making it an ideal trend to recreate at home with a refined gold dress.

Courtesy of Jean Paul Gaultier.

Spotted at: Iris Van Herpen, Maison Sara Chraibi, Jean Paul Gaultier.


The bows showcased in this season’s Haute Couture collections were truly extraordinary in their size. Designers such as ArdAzAei, Viktor & Rolf, and Rahul Mishra skillfully incorporated meticulously tied XXL bows into their ensembles. We enthusiastically suggest embracing the voluminous trend observed on the runway by incorporating a top with an oversized bow tie or by adding a detachable bow or luxurious ribbon belt to your accessories collection.

Courtesy of Viktor & Rolf.

Spotted at: ArdAzAei, Viktor & Rolf, Rahul Mishra.


While floral motifs have long been a staple in fashion, this fall/winter season sees the eternal presence of garden blooms. Embroidered and printed roses take centre stage, adorning exquisite gowns showcased by renowned brands like Armani Privé, Chanel, and Giambattista Valli. Exquisite 3-D rosettes become a key element to add an extra dimension to the trend, with textured designs blossoming on the looks, particularly notable at Armani Privé.

Courtesy of Armani Privé.

Spotted at: Armani Privé, Giambattista Valli, Chanel.


Haute Couture garments are known for taking a team of highly skilled seamstresses hundreds of hours to create. This fact becomes readily apparent when examining pieces from the Tony Ward, Fendi, and Elie Saab runways, which featured not only jewel-encrusted designs but also, in many cases, sheer fabrics. To channel this glamorous and indulgent trend, consider scaling it down to a single element like a crop top or accessory.

Courtesy of Fendi.

Spotted at: Fendi, Tony Ward, Elie Saab.


Corset-style tops have remained a prominent trend. However, the Schiaparelli, Zuhair Murad, and Ashi Studio collections took this trend to new heights during couture week. While there are plenty of ready-to-wear brands offering corsets for purchase, we suggest opting for sheer fabrics or tops with visible boning details to fully embrace this trend and bring it into your own wardrobe.

Courtesy of Ashi Studio.

Spotted at: Schiaparelli, Zuhair Murad, Ashi Studio.