Pierpaolo Piccioli presented his latest collection, which carries distinct hints of the Art Deco Fashion movement. It was debuted at the incredibly romantic building of the Institute of Fine Arts. Valentino's designer states that there are small, but intended references to the art house's history in the pre-Fall 2018 offering — from the animal prints to the black and white patterns.
With beautiful draped dresses and accented shoulder designs, the Valentino collection effortlessly strikes a balance between sophisticated luxury wear and Art Deco Fashion. The bold animal motifs are emphasized and balanced out by solid colors and more uniform pattern choices. Overseeing the creative direction of the fashion power house, Piccioli has also incorporated what seems to be a new logo. Throughout the collection, the capitalized letters that read "VLTN" have been placed in the spotlight and appeared as a prominent design choice for the accessories.
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Valentino's Pre-Fall 2018 Line Was Showcased at the Institute of Fine Art
- By: Kalina NedelchevaJan 18, 2018