Top Trends From Paris Haute Couture Week

Top Trends From Paris Haute Couture Week

We’ve seen designers showcase their most exquisite pieces this past week at Paris Haute Couture Week Autumn/Winter 2022. From avant-garde to classic design, the detailed craftsmanship and intricate fabrics seen during the shows have once again left all fashion enthusiasts in awe of the work of these leading haute couture designers.

Below, we round up the top trends spotted on the runway from bold colors to full denim ensembles.

Denim Galore


Jean paul Gaultier Photo Credit: Vogue


Denim continues to capture the imagination of Haute Couture designers. With many fashion houses like Balenciaga, Jean-Paul Gaultier, and Schiaparelli playing around with the universal fabric. The “All American” fabric was shown twisted, patch-worked, and found in several garments from a feathered strapless dress to corseted suits.



Alexander Vaultier Photo Credit: Vogue


Precious metal colors such as gold and silver were rife on the runway, silver hues were more popular with many designers using silver crystal embellishments or tin foil-like fabrics.

Balenciaga’s Head designer, Demna sent actress Nicole Kidman down the runway wrapped in a stunning one-shoulder metallic silver gown, while Giambattista Valli crafted a fitted slinky dress packed with sequins that gleamed like a mirror.

At Valentino, molten silver was cut into a long, side split dress, offset with pops of teal as a train and feather headdress.

Green Envy


Valentino. Photo Via Vogue


While couture and color go hand in hand, one color, in particular - Green, was prominent with Couture designers this season. The vibrant color made its mark all over the runways, from pistachio-colored flowy dresses at Valentino to emerald suits at Chanel. Giambattista Valli also left his green mark as he sent models in a bevy of green-colored looks, notably a billowing feathered green coat that swayed as the model strut down the runway.

Shirt And Skirt


Alexis Mabelle Photo Via Vogue


The Classic white shirt and skirt combo is given a glamorous makeover this season. Various designers sent models down the runway in their interpretation of the classic style. Namely, Alexis Mabelle and Giambattista Valli closed their shows with voluminous tulle skirts paired with a white shirts.

Flower Power


Rahul Mishra Photo via Vogue


The use of flowers by designers is usually a spring-summer staple however many designers incorporated flowers into their haute couture shows.

Over at Valentino, creative director Pier Paolo Piccioli scattered flowers with a generous hand, including a puffed dress made entirely of red fabric flowers, while at Rahul Mishra, several looks of nude tulle arrived covered in oversized, exuberant poppies, beautifully rendered in thousands of stitches.