The One and Only\nNearly a year after her departure as editor in chief of French Vogue, Carine Roitfeld is as busy as ever. Here, the style-setter acts as our guide—and model—at the couture collections.\nGiambattista Valli’s stretch silk georgette gown with ostrich feather detail. Roitfeld’s own hat and Sergio Rossi shoes.\nGiorgio Armani Privé’s silk kimono cape and wool crepe skirt. Roitfeld’s own jewelry and shoes.\nGivenchy Haute Couture by Riccardo Tisci’s off-white embroidered silk tulle gown and ivory-embroidered tulle sweater. Roitfeld’s own jacket, jewelry, and shoes.\n\n Beauty Note: When the neckline is a baring one, maintain skin around it with Lancôme Rénergie Lift Volumetry Neck Volumetric Lifting and Reshaping Neck Cream.\nRick Owens’s stretch grosgrain dress. Roitfeld’s own coat and shoes.\nAzzedine Alaïa Haute Couture’s crocodile print patent-leather jacket and skirt. Roitfeld’s own jewelry, hat, and Sergio Rossi shoes.\nValentino Haute Couture’s silk velvet and silk gazar gown. Roitfeld’s own jewelry, belt, and shoes.\n\n Beauty Note: A masterfully lined eye drawn with Lancôme’s Artliner Eyeliner in Slate is an ideal match to a couture wardrobe.\nChanel Haute Couture’s black wool and silver lamé tweed dress. Roitfeld’s own shirt and jewelry.\nDior Haute Couture’s ivory-embroidered silk jacket; Dior’s vintage jacket. Roitfeld’s own garter belt, jewelry, hosiery, and shoes.\nAtelier Versace’s crystal-embroidered perforated leather gown and silk mousseline T-shirt. Roitfeld’s own cape and jewelry.\nGaultier Paris’s wool jacket and silk tulle skirt. Roitfeld’s own scarf and Sergio Rossi shoes.