Fall 2014 Couture Week | Valentino

Fall 2014 Couture Week | Valentino

Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli were talking about the Pre-Raphaelites, who themselves exalted all things classical. The goddess gowns on the runway were 21st-century interpretations of 19th-century interpretations of Roman togas. 

Paired with gladiator sandals that laced up to the knees, the dresses also signposted two of the week’s other relevant themes: youthfulness and ease. The Valentino designers have always loved a long, fluid shift. In the past they’ve read as noble or nun-like. Here, tied at the waist with long lengths of leather ribbon, they looked like innocence itself, or innocence on the verge of being lost.

Fall 2014 Couture Week | Valentino
Fall 2014 Couture Week | Valentino
Fall 2014 Couture Week | Valentino
Fall 2014 Couture Week | Valentino
Fall 2014 Couture Week | Valentino
Fall 2014 Couture Week | Valentino
Fall 2014 Couture Week | Valentino
Fall 2014 Couture Week | Valentino
Fall 2014 Couture Week | Valentino
Fall 2014 Couture Week | Valentino
Fall 2014 Couture Week | Valentino
Fall 2014 Couture Week | Valentino
Fall 2014 Couture Week | Valentino
Fall 2014 Couture Week | Valentino
Fall 2014 Couture Week | Valentino
Fall 2014 Couture Week | Valentino
Fall 2014 Couture Week | Valentino
Fall 2014 Couture Week | Valentino
Fall 2014 Couture Week | Valentino
Fall 2014 Couture Week | Valentino
Fall 2014 Couture Week | Valentino
Fall 2014 Couture Week | Valentino
Fall 2014 Couture Week | Valentino
Fall 2014 Couture Week | Valentino
Fall 2014 Couture Week | Valentino
Fall 2014 Couture Week | Valentino

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