For their Valentino resort collection, creative directors Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli opted for clean and graphic silhouettes done in a fresh and summery color palette. “We imagined a playful and optimistic collection, using color as a structural, rather than decorative, element,” said Chiuri. The young yet sophisticated daywear included a fuchsia ruffled chiffon dress with contrasting white collar and cuffs, while a more masculine georgette shirt was paired with a feminine red-and-white striped silk duchesse skirt. Couture accents appeared on the maxidresses, such as a voluminous tulle one with floral lace and macramé embroideries that created a multicolored camouflage effect. “This collection represents a new step in the contemporary evolution of Valentino’s language,” noted Piccioli. “It’s full of blends and contrasts and every single piece is imagined as an iconic element.”

For their Valentino resort collection, creative directors Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli opted for clean and graphic silhouettes done in a fresh and summery color palette. “We imagined a playful and optimistic collection, using color as a structural, rather than decorative, element,” said Chiuri. The young yet sophisticated daywear included a fuchsia ruffled chiffon dress with contrasting white collar and cuffs, while a more masculine georgette shirt was paired with a feminine red-and-white striped silk duchesse skirt. Couture accents appeared on the maxidresses, such as a voluminous tulle one with floral lace and macramé embroideries that created a multicolored camouflage effect. “This collection represents a new step in the contemporary evolution of Valentino’s language,” noted Piccioli. “It’s full of blends and contrasts and every single piece is imagined as an iconic element.”

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