Today the couture continues to roll out starting with the Chanel show with its garden themed vibe bright orange, yellow, pink, Yves Klein blue colors, jackets cut lean through the bust; long, slim, slightly low-slung skirts, and fabric detailing’s of intricate laces, embroidered tweeds, plastered linens. Armani Prive went with the Japanese influence in roomier blousons with kimono sleeves, some holding origami folds, tank tops with sparkly embroideries glistened like dew on grass. Overlapping bamboo prints rendered in lace carved into a racer-top mermaid shape, or embroidered tone-on-tone on a black gazar gown with a skimpy V-shaped bodice connected by straps. Stepane Rolland with his collection gave off a 70’s vibe with cut out sheer pieces of black, white, mocha, and nude gowns accompanied with curved appliqué motifs in gold latex. Fishtail gowns laden with heavy appliqué ruffles, a crisp white jumpsuit, and three dresses with huge crinolines so sheer, you could see the models’ underwear.