Valentino Fall Winter 2010 Collection
March 15, 2010 by J.T.
Tuesday March 9th, 2010- Halle Freyssinet
Digital romanticism. Noir innocence. A refined women, who is also unpredictable, elusive, evasive, overflowing with mystery. Candid and dark. Providing inspiration for Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli’s creative works for Valentino. A natural instinct of creatingm selecting, mixing and layering all different elements is emphasized and highlighted throughout the pret-a-porter Autumn Winter 2010 – 2011 collection.
Reconsideration and reinvention of elegance, altered into a contemporary mode. This newfound quality is now regained and reconquered to exist in the Valentino woman’s wardrobe.
Fovoring unexpected liaisons between natural and technological weaving, ultra light and structured material, padded, doubled and treated fabric. Ensemble of researched pieces including shirts, knits, over the knee skirts and pants are never deprived of desinged lengths, constructions and proportions that harmoniously coexist. Coats, overcoats and jackets are made with straight or slightly flared cuts. Combinations of fluid and supported structures are plastic and freestanding, made of silk crepe, goretex, organza or chiffon.
Ballerinas and stilletos are embellished and made aggressive by exasperated tips and unusual stud applications borrowed from luggage details. Structured and rigid bags persistently echo exclusive designs and finishing.
Everything perfectly joining together with imaginary scenes and the rhythmic direction of American film director Kenneth Anger, who was involved with Chiuri and Piccioli in the conception of the Fall Winter 2010 Valentino show atmosphere.
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Valentino Fall Winter 2010 Final Fashion Show Video
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