“Let’s Paint the Town Pink” Pretty Much Sums Up Valentino’s Fall 2022 Collection Presented at The Paris Fashion Week. Check out this Pink Paradise!
Let me hunch your thought when you read the title, “I don’t think I will ever get tired of wearing pink” or did it joy your memory of Karen Smith saying, “On Wednesdays we wear pink.” Well, it’s all Valentino’s courtesy, this Italian luxury fashion house has surely outdone itself this time. On Sunday, 6th March, Valentino painted Le Carreau du Temple Pink by unveiling its modern “Valentino Pink PP Collection,” during Paris Fashion Week by designer, Pierpaolo Piccioli. This artistic director portrayed a head-to-toe pink collection that made sure to highlight the distinctiveness of each model that walked on the runway. To express in one word, the show was ‘dreamy’, the fiery pink color made sure to gather all the attention. The mood was set right, and it’s safe to say all 80 plus looks have our heart!
On Sunday, 6th March, Valentino painted Le Carreau du Temple Pink by unveiling its modern “Valentino Pink PP Collection,” during Paris Fashion Week by designer, Pierpaolo Piccioli.
We have hyped enough on how breathtaking it was, let’s have a look at the astonishing collection. The brand displayed a wide variety of apparel ranging from off-the-shoulder mini dresses, sweetheart dresses, oversized tailored suits, to button-down hoodies, duster coats, & bralette tops. It celebrated every silhouette and design by the brand, from micro materials, jacquard, curved necklines, sequins to 3D cut-outs. To break the monotony, after 40 looks in pink, the collection witnessed another division of all-black pieces. The apparel then shifted to cocktail dresses, sheer lace tops, bomber jackets, and even black-tie gowns. The details of each garment are what mattered, the necklines, the decoration, design, and more presented each charterer rather than focusing on the appearance.
Valentino is synonymous with style. The brand over the years has made sure to deliver modish collections.
The Pink PP Collection apart from apparel displays signature heels, accessories such as bags, earings and more.
The brand Valentino has always valued, Valentino Clemente Ludovico Garavani saying, “A woman must feel like she has a glow.”
Did you know, Valentino’s most influential clients, and a major instrument of his success was Jacqueline Kennedy-Onassis?
In Piccioli’s words, “Pink as a manifestation of the unconscious and a liberation from the need for realism.” For this particular collection, Pierpaolo curated a fresh shade of pink by collaborating with Pantone, and oh boy it surely turned out pleasant. Nonetheless, this shade is now in the color palette named “Pink PP,” after the designer. The monochromatic theme of the show went flawlessly in contrast with the venue as models walked down a glossy pink runway. Wait up, the diva’s just entering, Euphoria star, Zendaya appeared to show her support wearing a barbie pink suit looking effortlessly and unapologetically bold. After being the face of Valentino’s latest Rendez Vous campaign, she now is the star of the new pink house vision. We believe. Valentino is all set to paint our world with their pink, and we can’t wait!
Not just Zendaya, but other A-list attendees including Maluma, Lewis Hamilton, and more, came to show support.
The monochromatic theme of the show went flawlessly in contrast with the venue as models walked down a glossy pink runway.
To break the monotony, after 40 looks in pink, the collection witnessed another division of all-black pieces.
The designer has made sure that varieties of bodies, attitudes, and physicalities, are enhanced by the monochromatic palette, bring such a vision to life.