We haven’t even stepped into the new warm season, when our favorite fashion designers started thinking about the upcoming fall season. Among so many fascinating collections available for fall 2012, the latest RED Valentino fall 2012 collection stands out with its fairytale like, dreamy flair. The main character of this fairytale is the modern girl, who is feminine and girly, self-confident and shy, daring and delicate at the same time. Once again, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli, the creative directors of the fashion house, managed to come up with an uber-fascinating, dreamy line filled with chic, ethereal dresses and innovative accessories featuring unexpected details and embellishments.
Femininity at its highest, sophistication and kind of innocent allure are the main characteristic features of the RED Valentino fall 2012 collection. Here you are sure to find your dream frock among so many gorgeous offerings available, such as ruffled dresses, dainty skirts, tailored pants, sophisticated coats and capes, chic blazers and sweaters. Think romantic shapes made from soft textures this upcoming fall.
Color wise, the newest collection signed RED Valentino is polite and well-conceived. There are versatile shades of black, off-white, blush hues, which look amazing in combination with exquisite floral prints and polka dots. You’ll absolutely be bewitched with the amazing ornaments used, like a cute bow or our beloved Peter Pan collars.
The Red Valentino girl is described as the one “who hails from a long lineage of iconic ladies, from the delicate princess of the best-loved children’s tale, to the shy, well-behaved debutante of half a century ago.” Moreover, she “dares to be romantic while playfully investigating her darker side. One who exudes the fragility of youth, while dramatically aware of her power to seduce.”
The creative directors of Valentino, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli really managed to bring a fresh vibe to the legendary label’s heritage. “It’s the same elements, but with a new attitude,” Chiuri told Vogue.co.uk in 2009. “It is more cool, modern, contemporary, very uptown goes downtown,” Piccioli added.
Still back in 2010, in an interview with Harper’s Bazaar, Piccioli admitted that, “We share the same vision about fashion. We respect each other, but we work differently and we’ve never been similar. We want to add our points of view to create a new vision made by two points of view that are more interesting and complex.” And we can see the result is really overwhelming and tempting. Check out the entire RED Valentino fall/winter 2012-2013 collection and convince yourself!
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