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Day 4: Best Moments from Paris Haute Couture Week

Day 4 with ELLE Egypt’s Editor-in-Chief Susan Sabet

Day 4: Best Moments from Paris Haute Couture Week
Peet Dullaert, Image courtesy Peet Dullaert

They often say, save the best for the last. The last day of Paris Haute Couture week definitely had some overwhelming sparkle to offer. 

I started my day at Boucheron at the Maison’s seat on Place Vendôme. Creative director Claire Choisne, went to Iceland for inspiration and the result is a fascinating ode to water with Ode Bleu. Oversized photographs of water, stone formations, and sand captured are the backdrop for the high jewelry pieces they inspired. 

Up next was Ashi Studio at Hotel Monnaie, a long time favorite of mine. Mohamed Ashi, the Saudi designer, sent out a series of his signature structured silhouettes that never fail to ooze with elegance and class with loyal fans including Michelle Williams and Ghada Abdelrazek at the front row.

Day 4: Best Moments from Paris Haute Couture Week
Ashi Studio

Back to Place Vendôme for yet another sparkling collection at Piaget. A selection of 16 very colorful pieces from the high jewelry collection much in style with the Maison’s signature traits and in celebration of the 150th anniversary, were presented in a chic private apartment overlooking Place Vendôme.

The last stop on my calendar was Peet Dullaert, who took over the majestic salons of Hotel d’Evreux. The Dutch designer prides himself on Techno pleating, a manipulation of the house trademark pleated-fabric to create shapes that mould the body. 

A last lunch with friends in one of the fashion crowd’s favorite, Hotel Costes and au-revoir Paris! 

Stay tuned for the complete Haute Couture FW24/25 collection report!

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