HONG KONG — Just a month after presenting its fall collection in Paris, Valentino revisited the season's clean lines and neutral hues with a fashion show here.
On Thursday, some 500 customers and partners from the region packed into the atrium of luxury shopping destination The Landmark, just in front of the brand's flagship. The venue was cloaked in ruched gold fabric and, just after the show, designers Pier Paolo Piccioli and Maria Grazia Chiuri retreated to the store, which became a sort of VIP area, to escape the hordes of press.
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