Giorgio Armani Privé's frothy Paris Haute Couture collection
Published 09/07/2014 | 12:29
The highly anticipated offering was made up largely of three colours; black, white and red.
The striking collection featured girly creations, both that fell to the floor and with a shorter hemline, alongside more tailored looks.
The show began with a big black lacquer box opening, setting the tone for the glossy designs.
Models strutted down the runway with hair tied back, many of them wearing large head pieces or veils that covered their face.
The show stopping designs were left until the end, when three floor length gowns sashayed down the catwalk.
The dresses were made of multiple layers of nets, which frothed with couture style. The top of the dresses were tight bustiers, with the collection's theme colours black, red and white each individually represented in a gown.
Another jaw dropping ensemble was an overcoat made again of veil net, which gave the illusion of a fluffed up fur coat.
The impressive pieces drew in a equally impressive front row, which boasted some of the most famous faces in the world.
Closing yesterday's shows was Alexandre Vauthier, who put on a risqué show filled with sheer gowns and slashed necklines.
Splashes of yellow brightened the collection, which worked well against the mostly black and white backdrop.
Oversized furs were also heavily made use of, with tailored jackets and trousers adding a touch of masculine style to proceedings.