THE MOST PARISIENNE COLLECTION THERE EVER WAS. Flowers inspire Giambattista Valli every single season, however this time, they came from the Jardin du Luxembourg, the Palais-Royal, the Parc de Bagatelle and the Jardin des Tuileries — Paris’ most beautiful gardens, serving as a tribute to the wounded city after the December attacks. They were imaginatively transfigured onto embellishments and appliqués in the collars of A-line mini dresses and the hems of skirts, delicate organza reminiscent of petals, and the draping of empire waists and voluminous clusters of ruffles. Marie Antoinette was mentioned for a reason — the dreamy finale tulle plisse gowns in delicate pastel hues, and then a red poppy hue, were fit for a princess. Or perhaps, an Oscar nominee.