Here's hoping these Haute Couture Fashion Week dresses will make an Oscars appearance

Ralph & Russo

This gown would make a fab opulent Oscar gown through it’s contrasting textures. [Photo: Ralph & Russo]

Ralph & Russo

This red dress would be sure to turn a few heads. [Photo: Ralph & Russo]

Giambattista Valli

If you’re brave enough to wear yellow you could look like a ray of sunshine in this ruffled gown. [Photo: Getty]

Tony Ward

Tony's Wards gowns are sure to be a hit as they come complete with a very trendy high-slit. [Photo: Getty]


You would simply float down the red carpet in this number. Probably, minus the head gear though. [Photo: Getty]


Or this is an option for those who love full on glitz and glamour. [Photo: Getty]


This powder pink number by Chanel is just a girls dream. [Photo: Getty]


What could be more of a show-stopped than this Chanel number? Fur and sequins – what a combo. [Photo: Getty]

Francesco Scognamiglio

Because there's always at least one near-naked dress… [Photo: Getty]

Georges Hobeika

With it’s pastel hue and detailed embellishment, this dress is mean’t for a red carpet. [Photo: Getty]

Georges Hobeika

Whether or not you like the colour pink, you have to agree this dress is simply stunning. [Photo: Getty]

Alexis Mabille

We all know how much celebs love a long train on their red carpet gowns. Yeah, we’re looking at you Rihanna. [Photo: Getty]

Haute Couture Fashion Week is every girl’s dream. The runways are filled with elaborate and downright dreamy gowns from all of our most coveted luxury labels, including Chanel, Giambattista Valli and Dior.

Although the designs aren’t appropriate for everyday wear, they would absolute slay on the red carpet. Here are the stunning new season dresses we are hope we’ll see saunter down the red carpet any day now.

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