Giambattista Valli wrapped up their dreamy Spring couture show in Paris, with one particular gown leaving an impression on the crowd.
The show was held in the idyllic Musée des Beaux-Arts in the Petit Palais, and the front row were treated to a stunning collection with heavy emphasis on frills, lace details and feminine silhouettes. However there was one dress - or rather, three nearly identical dresses - that captured our attention for their sheer beauty and volume.
Three pleated-tulle gowns were shown in the finale, each requiring 350 metres of fabric in the creation process. For reference, that's enough fabric to cover the Eiffel Tower in Paris, which stands at 324 metres, or the Centre Point Tower in Sydney, which stands at 304 metres.
The tulle gowns featured high-low hems, bow details and varying necklines and statement sleeves.
See more photos from the romantic collection below.