Examples of haute couture in a Sentence
a fashion designer who's a renowned master of haute couture
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But Chanel's presence at the retailer was often limited to fragrance, much to the disappointment of beauty devotees looking for the perfect haute couture lip.
First by baring a single right leg in a voluminous Giambattista Valli haute couture dress at the Golden Globes, then in a thigh-grazing LBD by Redemption for an Oscars after-party.
In the fall of 2005, the house did not produce an haute couture fashion show for the first time in 53 years.
Parisians are generally quite stylish, but that doesn’t necessarily mean extravagant haute couture outfits—instead, think casual chic.
Speculation is high that British haute couture house Ralph & Russo is in the running to design the wedding dress of a certain Miss Meghan Markle, the soon-to-be bride of Prince Harry, after the brand dressed her for the pair’s engagement photos.
While fashion hogs the spotlight in Milan, tourism—namely the fantastic range of hotels—deserves as much attention as haute couture.
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.
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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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