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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by marcBarna, May 22, 2018.
Strip away the annoying InstaBaiting styling, and there are some solid pieces— minus the obnoxious logo prints.
That navy sequinned handkerchief gown is supreme.
Loving that Hermes Kelly rip off (4th photo)...
Lovely collection with a lot of beautiful pieces. I’ve always been a fan of looks styled with foulards and I feel like the collection was created around the idea of the foulard.
I even love the «*Valentino*» and «*V*» logos but I hate that «*VLTN*». I know it’s from the archives but it’s very tacky...
Cowboy boots and walking around like that might be a first for a «*Valentino woman*».
Another stunning collection from Valentino! The girls look very Catherine Baba, Jador!
The “V” logo reminded me “LV” actually. Specifically on the white dress that made me confused. Maybe on a close-up it looks different, but from the distance it might be confusing to understand I think.
This is quite fabulous. Not so sure about the metal V plate because LV has done that before but the V-prints and embroidered patterns are really lovely. I actually feel like this is what Mr. Valentino would do within the instagram era context.
It really looks like Gucci.
How many times can they add a VALENTINO logo in a single outfit?? It has come to a point when it feels very OCD...
This is classic Valentino by MGC and PPP from the early days. And above all, it’s classic Italian chic.
It looks very young overall which is not that bad to me. I think the 'logo' is over used, so it's kinda cute collection though.
I don't care if they are vintage prints, they look hideous and cheap.
That's what I was thinking, some of the looks are a bit (Frida Giannini's) Gucci
Love the pieces though i feel like the presentation brings it down.
The styling is divine here! Love how this is both vintage and modern in equal measure! We can do without the logo rammed through our throats, but nonetheless, this is an extremely chic collection! Pierpaolo is such a genius! Brava!
The quality is eminent in the photos, that I really like.
This is great! I love the unusual angles of the pictures. The colors and the cool typographies on the fabrics.