To top it up the Paris haute couture fashion week with one the most awaited name, Valentino, which does not disappoint the great expectations, indeed it gifts emotions and inspires everyone, from the press to the prestigious international clients yet falled in love with many models of this haute couture fall/winter 2017-18 collection that, between gipsy and 70's inspirations, is capable to show finally a high fashion that is absolutely cutting edge for design and sophisticated for shapes and pop color blocking looks.
It goes from classic to sporty-chic and casual renewed in upper class way, of course, with great nonchalance, showing in this way the great versatility of high fashion saw as an universe in progress, able even to incorporate street and hip hop notes and then with the same spontaneity give way to the grandeur of evening dresses that are the symbol of that Majesty tailoring and craftsmanship that has always characterized this legendary maison, now directed by Pier Paolo Piccioli with firm hand.
Absolutely amazing the outwear presented, such as as the great capes with big necks with arabesques printed, short and sleeveless coats with long train and those with trapeze shapes closed by long zip. Evening dress are pure poetry: light, sophisticated and athe same time also cutting edge.
They have a bright vintage allure but revisited, thanks to the power of a firm and bold design, with great verve because the classic talk at last a new language while still remaining the same, but only at first glance. Looking better you can discover something of absolutely new.
A collection more than succeeded, that will appeal to women of all ages, trying to capture their every dream and desire and translate it into reality through outfits that certainly will become authentic best sellers.
Mood: Timeless legend
Lenght: mini, midi or long, also with train
Breadth: both skinny and enveloping that large and fluffy
Colors: coral, nude, coral, burgundy, blue, gray, white, pink, green, sand, black, magenta, blue, yellow ochre
Fabrics: experimental fabrics