domenica 10 marzo 2013

Parigi - Valentino Autunno Inverno 2013-14, un'emozione che si rinnova






















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Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli, creative directors of Valentino, have proven themselves to be two of the most talented fashion designers working today.

For the next fall winter 2013-2014, Valentino designers are inspired by the Dutch painter Jan Vermeer and his Flemish sensual portraits of women. The collection shown on the Paris catwalks includes Macramé lace (or velvet) long dresses (embellished with designs inspired by Chinese porcelain-designs), "austere" collar blouses, A-line skirts, ermine trimmed coats (capes).

The Valentino woman (without any trills and useless tinsels) is a triumph at the extreme craftsmanship (obviously made in Italy): the minimalist style, despite its (apparently) rigorous geometry, outsmarts and becomes more feminine and elegant than ever.

Lace, leather and jacquard knit fabric as a backdrop to the entire collection. The color palette orbits around scarlet, china blue, pale yellow and the (inevitable) black color. There are pearls (a clear tribute to the Girl with Pearl earring by Vermeer).

Maria Grazia Chiuri e Pier Paolo Piccioli (il duo stilistico oggi saldamente alla giuda della Maison Valentino) si confermano ancora una volta tra i più talentuosi creativi in circolazione.

Per la prossima collezione autunno inverno 2013-2014, i due fashion designers portano in passerella la sensualità fiamminga (chiara ispirazione all'arte dell'olandese Jan Vermeer). Sfilano lunghi e preziosi abiti (i cui ricami si rifanno alle porcellane cinesi) in pizzo macramé o velluto, bluse con colletti austeri, gonne dalla linea ad A e cappotti (cappe) bordati di ermellino.

Scevra da fronzoli ed inutili orpelli, la donna Valentino è un trionfo dell'estrema artigianalità (ovviamente made in Italy): il minimal, nonostante le sue rigorose geometrie, stravince e diventa più femminile ed elegante che mai.

A far da cornice all'intera collezione: pizzo, pelle e maglie dai motivi jacquard. La palette cromatica ruota attorno al rosso vermiglio (immancabile), blu china, giallo pallido, grigio, ed infine l'irrinunciabile nero. Non mancano le perle (un dovuto omaggio alla celebre ragazza con l'orecchino di perla di Vermeer).

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8 commenti:

  1. Quanto amo Valentino...
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  3. This is my favourite collection from PFW, I loved every single outfit, the dresses were beautifully demure and the gowns are so graceful!Thanks for your kind visit, have an awesome day!

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  4. wow, beautiful collection! Thanks for sharing :)

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  5. Stunning collection. Thanks for sharing. I like the blue printing dress. It looks like a china artwork.

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