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Giambattista Valli’s gowns do not disappoint, with larger-than-life tulle taking up runways and red carpets around the world. The fashion house knows well how to execute eye-catching details of florals in prints and pop-outs. In the past, we’ve seen an array of minis, ball gowns, and flirty-fun dresses, but for haute couture fall/winter 2017, Giambattista Valli managed to wow with an even more dynamic range of silhouettes.
The collection, shown in Paris last week, featured cinched waists, empire shapes, and baby doll cuts with trailing capes, and both high and low necklines. Multi-tier and asymmetrical cuts, famous for the house, closed the show, with fabric facing upward, covering the neckline, and fabric facing downward, leaving just enough opening for a dramatic leg-revealing look.