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Meet the first British fashion house to be invited to the Paris couture shows in a century

Meet the first British fashion house to be invited to the Paris couture shows in a century

It´s always overwhelming to see Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week. The power of the designs and the minds behind them are so incredible creative, that sometimes we question if they belong to this world, or they just came to planet earth to show how incredible, beautiful and peaceful the place where they come from is. This time Ralph & Russo made us dream big and scream for more! All the Fall/Winter ’16 collection is beautiful, perfect, feminine, delicate, and ultra-sophisticate with statement silhouettes, intricate details and fine handiworks.

If you still have doubts about their incredible success you have to read this, Ralph & Russo is the first British fashion house to be invited to the Paris couture shows in a century. That’s the kind of club so exclusive you can’t ask to join, you have to be invited.

The Chambre Syndicale’s former president, Didier Grumbach was quoted as saying “We expect savoir faire, which is being lost, and they Ralph & Russo have it”.

The house was founded in 2007 by duo Tamara Ralph, Creative Director and her boyfriend and also CEO Michael Russo,  and within a very short time established itself as one of the world’s fashion houses and one of the favorite Haute Couture brands from celebrities and Royalty.

In 2013, Tamara Ralph and Michael Russo both joined Marissa Mayer and Mark Zuckerberg on Fortune magazine’s prestigious 40 under 40.

And here is when we get super jealous, Ralph says she always wears couture and looks slightly horrified when Russo ask if she ever wants to slob out in trackie bottoms. “I love wearing my own things.” We couldn’t agree more with you Ralph 😉

We can only expect that much more will come, and until the next show we can hardly wait to see the Hollywood stars walking down the red carpet with this amazing dresses.

See the full show here

Ralph & Russo Fall/Winter ’16 collection