Fall 2014 Couture’s Greatest Hits\nW’s fashion market and accessories director shares her favorite looks straight from the runway.\nGiambattista Valli Fall 2014 CoutureThe juxtaposition of a pajama top and a ballgown skirt makes this look both extravagant and wearable. \n\nPhoto by Giovanni Giannoni/WWD.\nBouchra Jarrar Fall 2014 CoutureThe exquisite details on this biker jacket embody Bouchra Jarrar’s innovative use of textured textiles. \n\nPhoto by Giovanni Giannoni/WWD.\nChristian Dior Fall 2014 CoutureThis printed ballgown is fit for a modern-day Marie Antoinette. \n\nPhoto by Giovanni Giannoni/WWD.\nChanel Fall 2014 CoutureOnly Karl Lagerfeld could incorporate cement and neoprene into a bridal gown designed for a pregnant bride. \n\nPhoto by Giovanni Giannoni/WWD.\nElie Saab Fall 2014 CoutureLace embellishments and a pretty baby blue color are perfect for a Princess. \n\nPhoto by Giovanni Giannoni/WWD.\nArmani Privé Fall 2014 CoutureCouture brides need not be restricted to white, as this witchy gothic gown proves. \n\nPhoto by Giovanni Giannoni/WWD.\nSchiaparelli Fall 2014 CoutureIn a show filled with bright colors and surrealist touches, a simple ‘40s-inspired dress stole my heart. \n\nPhoto by Giovanni Giannoni/WWD.\nUlyana Sergeenko Fall 2014 CouturePlay Russian Constructivist for a day in this primary-colored ensemble. \n\nPhoto by Giovanni Giannoni/WWD.\nValentino Fall 2014 CoutureA gold gown fit for a true goddess. \n\nPhoto by Giovanni Giannoni/WWD.\nAtelier Versace Fall 2014 CoutureA lesson in the way a Versace woman (aka Donatella) wears a suit. \n\nPhoto by Giovanni Giannoni/WWD.\nVionnet Fall 2014 CoutureNo label better exemplified the influence of Futurist design—a major theme of Fall 2014 Couture—than Vionnet, which presented its first demi-couture collection. \n\nPhoto by Giovanni Giannoni/WWD.\nAlexandre Vauthier Fall 2014 CoutureEven the most demure Alexandre Vauthier gowns have a cheekily exposed leg. \n\nPhoto by Dominique Maitre/WWD.\nMaison Martin Margiela Fall 2014 CoutureRococo meets the master of minimalism. \n\n Photo by Giovanni Giannoni/WWD.