Some garments took up to 300 hours to create, others were so expensive that they didn't even come with a price tag! Nevertheless haute couture is all about fashion forward moves and making a statement on the runway.
Chanel's runway was transformed into a paper Garden of Eden, the prominent theme of flowers was reflected both in the runway and the collection.
From the front row Kris Jenner, Anna Wintour and Kristen Stewart watched Karl Lager send models wearing lavish skirts and crop tops adorned with thousands of sequins and tulle.
Dior, on the other hand, held its couture show across two levels. The collection featured interesting latex legging boots toned in bold primary shades.
Raf Simons also uniquely used the aerodynamic structure of a circular hair ornament to add an exciting twist to the classic ponytail.
Valentino showcased a Shakespeare inspired collection with a romantic front. Designs included embroidered midi skirts, button-less jackets and high neck detailing.
Versace paired its flared jumpsuit and gorgeous evening dresses with a dramatic, exaggerate modern eye makeup of shades black and purple
Which was your favourite moment from the spring 2015 couture collections?