The Top 4 Spring/Summer 2020 Couture Collections That Blew Our Mind!


From gorgeous gowns to gracious drapes at Dior, here's a roundup of the best and the most jaw-dropping looks at the Spring/Summer 2020 Couture Collection.

Couture weeks are breathtaking; an amalgamation where art meets creative thinking, resulting in the most gorgeous fashion collections that are a stencil to the world. It is the time when everyone in Paris dresses immaculately to host the season's most sought-after couture shows. It is not just a window for the designers to showcase their couture collection but is a key that unlocks into the golden chambers of style around the world. So without further ado, here are some of the best looks from the spring-summer 2020 couture collection.


Virginie Viard’s Chanel haute couture is a peek into the founder's life in the convent of Aubazine in the French region of Correze. This meant wearing no glam outfits, just austere black and white uniform that would later form her signature and ultimately make her a multi-millionaire. From tweed suits with matron ankle grazers to voluminous skirts and country lace blouses, Chanel S/S 2020 couture collection was all about school girl glam. Our favourite? The bridal look of a simple silk pleated skirt and blouse, with a Peter Pan collar and knee-length veil. Runway bride, eh?

Photo Credit: Getty Images

Giambattista Valli

There were no tulle pouffes, pastel macaroon colours or puffs that dominated the runway. Instead, colours such as coral, ivory, and raspberry dominated his collection. High low tulle gowns and voluminous outfits, with a slimmer silhouette, were the stars of the show.

Photo Credit: Getty Images

Christain Dior

What if women ruled the world? That question was not only etched on a banner for Maria Grazia Chiuri's runway but also reflected in the haute couture collection. It is said that Chiuri was inspired by second-wave feminist artist Judy Chicago, who was an artist, educator and writer. Her collection features gorgeous looking models swathed in lace gowns, face veils and even suits.

Photo Credit: Getty Images


American-born Daniel Roseberry's second couture collection for Schiaparelli was about celebrating womanhood by embracing all forms of it: masculinity and femininity. There were cropped jackets paired with wide-legged trousers and even had swimsuit-inspired necklines on ball gowns. It was a hybrid of American casualness and Parisian chic-part sexy and part desirable, but very Schiaparelli!

Photo Credit: Getty Images

Our Spring/Summer 2020 wardrobes are brimming with ideas already. Can't wait to shop for them all soon!

At we take great effort to credit all visual content to the source and the rightful owners. However, we can’t guarantee that we always get it right. If you feel we have erroneously identified your image or would like it removed, please get in touch. Our images come from a variety of sources, including Pinterest, Google Images and, of course, directly from the source.


Most Talked About

Related Articles