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Valentino fall/winter 2014-15
Valentino fall/winter 2014-15
Valentino fall/winter 2014-15
Valentino fall/winter 2014-15
Valentino fall/winter 2014-15
Valentino fall/winter 2014-15
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A Revolution of Love and Freedom At Valentino

By Robyn Roberts

March 12, 2014

With an homage to rebellious artists of the sixties – particularly female artists – Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli presented their latest fall/winter 2014-15 collection in Paris with quite the aplomb. Graphic prints of mod daisies covered daytime trenches in bright pink and red. Seriously cute shirt-collared dresses were stark white at the top, with a short, flouncy skirt in red and black for the bottom.

The collection then took a more serious turn with beautifully embroidered long-sleeve dresses of many different lengths, presenting both a delicate appeal, yet a strong artistic message. The embroidered gowns were done in a patchwork-like pattern or revealed sweet symbolic appliques of hearts, stars, birds, and flowers. The designers included a number of capes for the season, from lace to leather, and silk crepe, in many different lengths and styles.

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Valentino fall/winter 2014-15

The color palette transitions from bright colorblocking to more moody earth tones, but each piece compliments the next one and delivers the same message of love and freedom.

fall/winter 2014-15Grazia ChiuriGrazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo PiccioliParis Fashion WeekPierpaolo PiccioliValentino

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