Known for his breathtaking gowns and one-of-a-kind bridal pieces, Lebanese designer Elie Saab did not disappoint today as he unveiled his Haute Couture SS15 collection in Paris, on a runway covered in Lebanese Cedar trees, just like Saab's hometown, Beirut.

The magical pieces in Haute Couture collection took us on a journey through Lebanon and its different landscapes via beautiful embroideries, 3D decorations and dreamy fabrics.

The show opened with a set of cream-coloured fishtail gowns – beaded and fluid – which were followed by strapless floaty silk dresses that were adorned with large watercolour tulips in soft shades of pink, yellow and orange.

Paris Haute Couture SS15 Elie Saab

Channeling the unique green landscape of Lebanon which consist of mountains, forestry and the beach, each look was a stunning masterpiece, fitting the curves of models bodies perfectly as they walked down the runway like ethereal goddesses.

Finishing his show on a princess perfect note, the bride came out with a twinkling long veil — a Saab signature – and a wedding dress with ornate, glittering beading that made up a graceful pattern of flower petals, which completely covered the train that fell to the floor like a cascading waterfall. 

Paris Haute Couture SS15 Elie Saab