VALENTINO ss15 PFW
Aethereal with a touch of 18th century mystery. A closer look at VALENTINO spring 2015 revealed the admirable amount of detail put into the collection. The airy and delicately patterned and embroidered chiffon pieces added a certain enchantment, one that would make any girl feel like a princess.
The looks were relaxed pretty, and absent of the loud colors. Silhouettes loose, and when paired with gladiator shoes, the styles looked very much at ease. It was the detailing that impressed the most, Colorful, in
tricate embroideries and leather applique motifs mimicked the elegant appearance of peacock feathers.
Floral prints and ruffles brought back the seventies appeal with the addition of a shorter hemlines. Luxurious beadwork transitioned the show into a more ocean-inspired wardrobe. Valentino as a brand took a different direction this season, and it creates intriguement as to what’s to come. VALENTINO ss15 PFW selects by Brigitte Segura, written by Andrea Porro.
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