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Chanel Haute Couture
Black sequins and florals: two brilliant, if unlikely, bedfellows.
Christian Dior Haute Couture
OK, it's settled. We need a citron-hued, architecturally-detailed strapless dress in our life, stat.
Valentino Haute Couture
We haven't coveted a cape dress this much since Gwyneth Paltrow wore that Tom Ford number at the Oscars.

Chanel Haute Couture
Natalie called this one back in October—fluted skirts are big news, and will continue to be a sound wardrobe investment for seasons to come.

Ulyana Sergeenko Haute Couture
The paper bag waist can be intimidating—but we love this easy, fuss-free silhouette.
Maison Martin Margiela Haute Couture
Done in simple twill or silk, the shirtdress is a workday staple—but slicked in a metallic finish, it looks mighty fancy. Uh, decorative face mask optional.
Giambattista Valli Haute Couture
You know how those thin, simple silver and gold collars have been huge these past few seasons? Now, it's all about chunky floral versions.
Valentino Haute Couture
Hate choosing between long-sleeved and one-shouldered dresses? With an illusion-sleeved number, you get the best of both worlds. Hannah Montana would approve.

Christian Dior Haute Couture
Love this longer-hemmed take on the peplum? DIY it with a little easy styling! Simply layer a short (mid-thigh-length) dress over a knee-grazing pencil skirt in the same color. Bonus: this is a great way to get more mileage out of party dresses that are a bit on the too-short side (you know you've got at least one of those).
Alexandre Vauthier Haute Couture
Are holographic clothes the new holographic accessories? We sure hope so.