Examples of haute couture in a Sentence
a fashion designer who's a renowned master of haute couture
Recent Examples of haute couture from the Web
Yara Shahidi looked elegant in a coral lace embroidered dress with a leather belt from the brand’s spring/summer 2017 haute couture collection.
The exhibit will feature 50 ensembles spanning five decades of her haute couture, beginning in her Golden Years of the 1930s and concluding in the 1970s.
Some of the world’s most innovative artists are dancing at the club in their haute couture.
Emmons mixes classic haute couture imagery with startlingly modern elements, blurring the line between ad and art.
Unsurprisingly, this look was designed by Christian Lacroix, the French haute couture designer.
Mike Sobeck's canvases, celebrating all things pizza, from surreal renditions of individual slices to haute couture to the less savory intersection of culinary and dermatological studies is well worth a visit to Crust.
This gorgeous photo, taken at Dutch fashion designer Iris Van Herpen’s spring/summer haute couture show in Paris last week, drew me in; its colors seem like the work of a classic painter.
In one way or another, fashion is about the pursuit of the new, even — perhaps especially — in haute couture.
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Origin and Etymology of haute couture
First Known Use: 1908See Words from the same year
HAUTE COUTURE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of haute couture for English Language Learners
: the people and companies that create clothes that are very expensive and fashionable; also : the clothes they create
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