Faithful to what is left of its authentic stylistic code, that is the passionate love for all that is related to flowers and nature both in forms and especially in prints and colors, the great Giambattista Valli presents in Paris a collection haute couture fall / winter 2018-19 consistent with its heritage, but never predictable and forcibly bon ton. Rather. The Roman designer dares with feathers, embroideries and proportions both over and under and gives, through magnificent prints and overflowing multicolor embroideries, the idea of a high fashion inspired by a magnificent Winter Garden like the Russian and Parisian ones of the Roaring Twenties. The cult touch is the skilfull addition of elements inspired by pop and punk aesthetics, at the turn of the seventies and eighties, which makes each piece innovative and interesting, never naive but rather glamorous thanks to flakes, transparencies, necklines and splits that aim to outline the portrait of a woman deeply Diva and divine into her soul.
Inspiration: Winter Garden
Lengths: no middle ground, either mini or extra long
Amplitudes: definitely important, with a few exceptions for tuxedo and skinny pants
Colors: red, white, black, green, powder pink, fuchsia, aquamarine green Fabrics: satin, silk, organza, mikado, tulle