The Giambattista Valli Spring 2015 Couture Show is Glamorous, Glorious, and Gorgeous
Giambattista Valli is something of a red carpet favorite these days when it comes to celebrity looks. And whether you realize it or not, you really don't forget the fashion house's gowns once you've seen them at an award show. Remember that pink ombre Lena Dunham moment? Thought so. Naturally, this month's Giambattista Valli Spring 2015 couture show in Paris was bound to get a lot of attention, being right in the middle of awards season and all.
But award season or not, the show had dozens of stunning gowns, luxurious fabrics, and drop-dead gorgeous silhouettes. It was all very soft, very dreamy, and OK, yes—very red carpet worthy. While it's true that speculation has already begun as to what celebrities may or may not wear a Giambattista Valli number to the Academy Awards, there was more to the show than simply gowns. And why not look at all of it, right? Looking at too much pretty clothing never hurt anyone, anyway, so here are 11 of the best moments from the Giambattista Valli Spring 2015 couture show.
Does it get any better than pattern on pattern on pattern paired with a killer silhouette? No, I don’t think so.
This is so playful and so chic at the same time, a hard balance for sure, but Giambattista Valli pulls it off.
Short + Sweet
I can see this on Emma Watson at some point.
Suit or Skirt? Both?
Speaking of Emmas… remind you of anyone’s SAG outfit? Cough. Emma Stone. Cough.
I like anything that seems like it should belong in a fairy tale. End of story.
I mean, if there were ever a high fashion snowpocalypse look, I think this might be it…
I love this floral pattern paired with the headpiece. The juxtaposition of hard and soft works so well.
Is peplum coming back…?
Black and White
Take everything you knew about a traditional black and white gown and throw it out the window. This is better than all of it.
Pajamas, But Not
I like anything that would basically be equivalent to wearing very fancy pajamas. Anything.
Pretty in Pink
Pink has never looked so good.