Of Course Rodarte's Paris Debut Is Ridiculously Gorgeous

Hilary George-Parkin

From day one, Rodarte's dreamy creations have looked like they would be right at home on the Paris runways—and today, they finally made their debut as part of the city's couture calendar, with a jaw-droppingly gorgeous show of ruffled, tiered, and tulle-laden dresses held at a 16th-century cloister. Accentuating the garden-party theme were bundles of baby's breath—draped around model's arms, tied on bracelets and arm bands, and woven into flower crowns (though not the Coachella variety, thank you very much).

More likely to make an IRL appearance were the clothes themselves, likely on a few of the celebrity fans in attendance. Kirsten Dunst, for one, probably has her eye on the periwinkle asymmetrical number (tastefully ruffled boobs and all), while we could see Brie Larson wearing the floral-appliquéd white gown on her next red carpet. 

Below, see some of the most breathtaking looks from the Paris runways so far (and couture week is just getting started).

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