Highlights: Fall 2020 Couture Collection

Folks, you know what we need? We need some fashion magic! And how lucky aren’t we that the fall 2020 couture collections are being presented right now? Couture fashion is truly the art and celebration of fashion through handcraftship, lavish design and excessive glam. 

Fall 2020 Couture

Giambattista Valli

First out is this mesmerizing Giambattista Valli dress. It looks like a pastry made out of white chocolate dreams. Love the ruffled, diagonal, cuts of the dress creating a pattern. The layered organza is rough but refined. The skirt is well-balanced with the oversized bow, making up for a dramatic top. Love the twist of the bow and that it’s a bit wrinkly, as it reflects the vibe of the skirt. Perhaps this look isn’t wearable at all, but oh my so sweet! 

Courtsey of Giambattista Valli


Balmain revisited some old classics for their fall 2020 couture collection. With Olivier Rousteing leading the brand for almost a decade now, there has surely been some memorable moments. His strength has always been the combining of wearability and glam. This petite green metallic dress is no exception. The romb pattern in combination with the quilted style creates quite the interesting texture. The emerald green gives some depth to the dress, whilst the shiny material embodies the glam life. Love that it’s fitted too, with a subtle emphasis on the shoulders and hips. 

Courtsey of Balmain

Christian Dior

The legacy of Dior is timeless elegance. If this dress isn’t the very definition of it, I don’t know what is. Surely the transparent lace has a contemporary touch, but the dress has that Grace Kelly vibe to it. I love the enhanced waist, the high neckline and the defining belt. This dress is surely an alternative to a wedding dress or a really elegant event. An old Hollywood hairdo, a pair of Manolo Blahnik and red lips would turn this look into a killer one. 

Folks! What are your thoughts on these highlights from the fall 2020 couture collections? Xx

Courtsey of Dior | Photo by: Brigitte Niedermairn

14 thoughts on “Highlights: Fall 2020 Couture Collection

  1. I literally just stopped reading/scrolling when I hit the first picture. WOW! How can I make this dress mine in real life?! I think I’ve stared at it for the past 5 minutes. What a true work of art. xo



    1. Hahah that’s lovely! But yeah, Dior really embraced something else with that dress! Xx

    1. I’m glad you like these looks. Balmain definitely put on an interesting show! Xx

  2. Hello Mia, hope you’re doing good! Any plans for summer?

    All the Haute Couture collections are so beautiful to see and they totally represent the aura of these fashion houses right? On one hand I was thinking if these collection have sense right now, taking into account that many events are being postponed but on the other I love to see how they are approaching to the feeling of each collection and going to the true heart of the brand.

    My favorite was Valentino, did you see it?! But from this post I love that Balmain went a step beyond and the way Dior used the dolls, that was impressive and can’t wait to see how brands are going to adapt the upcoming collections to this new normal thing.

    Stay safe!

    1. You’re so right! It’s interesting to see the balance between the core of a fashion brand and new influences, such as trends or corona! I loved Valentino too, never disappoints! Xx

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