Some may be mourning the age of couture with the closing of Christian Lacroix but I refuse to lose hope in my favorite art!
Unfortunately, with hope comes disappointment.
But lets talk about the good!
Karlie Kloss ruled the runway!:

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The bride at Alexis Mabille:
The colors and unexpected mini dresses at Valentino:

This look at Givenchy:

And this one from Jean Paul Gaultier:

Elie Saab usually plays it safe and continued to do so but once I got past the shimmer and red carpet cliches the lace was a frothy dream:
I only liked one piece at Dior but it is spectacular! I suddenly LIVE for yellow:

What did you think of the first post-Lacroix couture week? Disappointments? Highlights?

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