Valentino Haute Couture

All in the Details

With Pierpaolo Piccioli taking the reigns of Valentino couture solo for the first time, last night’s haute couture show was dreamier than ever. And by dreamy we mean inspiration was taken from ancient Greek architecture and beyond, making all who roamed the catwalk embody a true goddess. The silhouettes were long

and flowy, with intricate details embellished and draped throughout. The soft color palettes and the occasional bright hue that packed a punch of “wow factor,” including a bold red, or a bright fuchsia, were an exciting contrast to the blushes and creams that roamed throughout.

Haute couture in itself is a dreamy endeavor. It’s not ready-to-wear. It’s not the norm. It conveys more of a fairytale gathering–an intimate ritual that speaks the language of magic. And with Piccioli at the helm, it was perfected to a t. And more than show-stopping dresses roaming throughout, there were a few pieces in the pant department that are not to be missed.

Images via Vogue.com

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  1. Sylvia says:

    Love at first sight with the metallic pink dress!