As fashion trends come and go, we see renovated classics reemerge with a bold modern twist. From classic spring pastels to soft organza, couture fashion sets the tone for each season’s fashion trends.

Here are some of the couture fashion trends for this spring and summer season that you can rock.


Blush Tones

Elevated blush tones are a cult classic when it comes to spring and summer fashion! Renowned designers including Prabal Gurung and Mihano Momosa, offer elegant monochromatic looks, ranging from light pastel to bold fuchsias. Take inspiration from this trend and try out a chic monochromatic blush look that is sure to step up your fashion game.

Designer: Chanel
Designer: Mihano Momosa
Designer: Prabal Gurung


Glamourous Feathers

Bold and elegant feathers are all the rage for this upcoming season. Elie Saab and Jean-Louis Sabaji are bringing this daring element to life in their last Spring/Summer collections. Feathers are a great way to step out of your comfort zone and a way to integrate more textures into your couture and evening wear looks!

Designer: Zuhair Murad
Designer: Jean-Louis Sabaji
Designer: Elie Saab


Elevated Neutrals

We all love a classic neutral look for the warm spring and summer months! This season, elevate your neutral wardrobe pieces and take inspiration from couture fashion designers like Jacquemus and J’Aton Couture who are designing neutral masterpieces with chic textures and silhouettes.

Designer: Fendi
Designer: J’Aton Couture
Designer: Jacquemus


Soft Pastels

Time and time again, pastel colors come in style every spring and summer season. This year’s trending pastels include soft lavender tones, sage, baby blue and pops of yellow. International designers, Jetmira Bejtullahu and Naja Saade are modernizing this trend in a luxe and couture way, inspiring us all to bring out our pastel pieces!

Designer: Armani Prive
Designer: Jetmira Bejtullahu
Designer: Naja Saade


Chic Ruffles

Ruffles are the perfect way to add texture and elegant feminine details to any look. This season we are seeing chic ruffles incorporated in many collections including the work of designers like Georges Hobeika and Zuhair Murad.

Designer: Alexis Mabille
Designer: Zuhair Murad
Designer: Georges Hobeika


Leg Slits

A little leg slit never hurt anybody! This daring yet chic look isn’t just a red carpet phenomenon. From casual summer dresses to luxurious evening gowns, a leg slit will turn heads in any setting. Couture designers like Nicolas Jebran and Jason Grech are showing off this trend in their latest collections, featuring elegant designs with a bold and unexpected high slit.

Designer: Valentino
Designer: Jason Grech
Designer: Nicolas Jebran


Jewel Embellishments

Who doesn’t love sparkle? International designers Lena Berisha and Maison Yeya are bringing all the glamour with their jewel embellishments to the upcoming seasons. This trend adds a luxe look to any fashion ensemble and is sure to elevate your look just a bit.

Designer: Christian Dior
Designer: Maison Yeya
Designer: Lena Berisha


Asymmetrical Elements

Introduce bold asymmetrical standouts to your wardrobe this upcoming season by taking inspiration from international designers Aboud Jammal and Iris van Herpen. They are giving us a modern take that encourages you to dress up your simple evening wear and opt for a geometric asymmetrical design instead.

Designer: Zuhair Murad
Designer: Aboud Jammal
Designer: Iris Van Herpen


Bold Pantsuits

Ditch your classic dresses and go for a bold statement pantsuit this spring and summer. Take inspiration from international fashion designers Mark Bumgarner and Azzi and Osta, that are taking the pantsuit look to a new level. Suit up and show out this season!

Designer: Alexandre Vauthier
Designer: Mark Bumgarner
Designer: Azzi and Osta


Floral Fantasy

Florals are making a chic reappearance this year. With the addition of dramatic draping and pastel tones, we are seeing a more monochromatic take on the floral trend, with less contrast between the print. With Michael Cinco and Sara Mrad’s latest pieces, this is a trend anyone can make their own.

Designer: Chanel
Designer: Michael Cinco
Designer: Sara Mrad
By Sophia Chorbajian

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