This time for Haute Couture, Valentino creative directors, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli, played with many Beautiful shades, and textures. Grazia Chiuri and Piccioli used a lot of Beautiful baroque, as always. Many of the dresses had golden embroidery on it. Neutrals were the key colors throughout the collection, using colors that go well with them as a Chic fun dose of color. There were many gowns in the beginning that were lace, with Beautiful gold embroidery. Besides lace as a key fabric, Grazia Chiuri and Piccioli also used tweed in a Chic beige/army green shade. Pairing it with lace, embroidery, or just simply as a Chic dress. Velvet was another key fabric in this collection. There were also many solid dresses in tweed, and in silk fabrics that were in Chic tan hues. In the end, models came prancing down the runway in sheer fabric dresses, with embroidery all over it, or a silk gown with in a solid hue, like red, (which was a fun shade used a lot), or in a really Beautiful pattern. All for another Gorgeous Valentino Haute Couture collection. This is the reason why I always look forward to seeing Valentino’s Ready to Wear and Haute Couture collections.
Here are some of my favorite looks. To view the full collection, click the link below to Style.com
Models: Irina Kravencho, Esther Heesch, Ondria Hardin, Frida Gustavsson, Jac Jagaciak, Marine Deeluw, Pauline Hoarau, Agne K., Tilda Lindstam, Caroline Brasch Nielson, Hedvig Palm, Meghan Collinson, Fei Fei Sun, Kremi, Kati Nescher, Julia Nobis, Mackenzie Drazen, Katya R., Ava Smith, Hanne Gaby, Maud Welzen, and Maria Grazia Chirui and Peterpaolo Picoili show off their looks at today’s Valentino show.