Valentino dresses – sensual and generous
When it comes to design, all prejudices, worries and conditions should simply disappear.
First comes the vision, then the imagination is given free rein. A little organization, diligence, patience, a lot of love and enthusiasm are also part of the creative process.
Order and discipline are just as popular so that a fleeting idea or vision can reach the first outlines of its realization. While that sounds a little fantastic, the idea actually gets slight outlines, then they start to grow, bloom, and flourish. A creative process arises and develops in this way and nothing else. This is how beauty comes about.
Sparkling and magical tenderness in the Valentino universe
A trend in the style of the 70s also for fur coats, perfectly combined with denim that has not been washed out
British embroidery that carries the spirit of the Russian taiga
Organic, lively, floral, masterful
Today we want to report on flowery and blooming beauty in the world of fashion and design, on a world-class level.
It has now become quite natural that Valentino dresses are breathtaking. That is apparently not enough for the fashion designer who, like any artist, wants to surpass himself and continue to challenge himself. Although he already has 12 shows behind him this year, the enthusiasm and creativity in the fashion house seem to spring on and on.
The blooming life in a romantic mood
Helmer Osslund as the perfect color mood in the background
Elegant staging and romantic charisma
Well packed for an icy walk in the snow
The clothes we see are staged very differently this time and carry a mood of romance and peace. The autumn collection is a collaboration between the Valentino company, the well-known British textile designer Celia Birtwell and the Italian pop artist Giosetta Fioroni. The floral designs and the embroidery are the signature of the British woman, who became very well known in the 1970s with her unconventional works. Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli have now signed their work with the name Birtwell.
Clean lines and a silhouette in the style of Exupery
Heaven and earth meet in this, at first glance, simple outfit
gray drama surrounds the royal costume
Folklore pattern in a silhouette of peace from the 70s
For textile design, the fashion artists draw inspiration from Sandro Botticelli’s masterpiece “Spring”. Together with Giosetta Fioroni, they intend to reproduce the peaceful mood of the hippie movement from the 70s. The motto and the heart motif of the collection, designed by the Italian pop artist, is “You have the eyes of a woman in love”. The artists want to believe in a utopian, peaceful world and convey the feeling of a good future through their work.
Intellectual deliberation and elegance in sober blue
Floral patterns, mini dress and the French Revolution
Filigree patterns and fine fabrics inspired by the reflection of the silver moonlight