Valentino Pre-Fall 2015
January 13, 2015 - fall Denim
Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli pronounced they wanted to send out a summary of “peace, adore and harmony” with their collection.
Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli pronounced they wanted to send out a summary of “peace, adore and harmony” with their pre-fall collection for Valentino. To this end, they channeled a free-spirited multiculturalism of a independent lifestyle, translating it into a pleasing lineup that referenced a Seventies in a silhouettes and prints though was also infused with a fresh, complicated appeal.
The twin teamed adult with weave engineer Celia Birtwell, who combined artistic floral patterns, desirous by Sandro Botticelli’s “La Primavera,” used for a operation of chic, hyper-feminine dresses. These enclosed an allover festooned silk georgette maxi character with prolonged sleeves and a printed minidress with resisting edging inserts on a bodice that gave it a delicate, childish twist.
The collection’s worldly take on daywear was focused on settlement and texture: Rich embroideries and coronet studs with an racial feel peppered a silk and nap blazer, ragged with a silk georgette shirt and cleared denim pants featuring resisting stitching; a cold hooded Kalgan fur cloak was matched with denim culottes, and a clean-lined cashmere cloak was artfully detailed with striking multicolor embroideries and suede details.