One of the most anticipated shows of today, in the framework of the fashion Week in Paris was Valentino. In the bright image appeared on the podium Kaia Gerber, you can see a collection of Pierpaolo Piccioli came Naomi Campbell, Lily Reinhart, Olivia Palermo, Masha Fedorova, Nicky Hilton and many others.
The fashion industry have long eyed on other art forms, striving for a certain synthesis and self-renewal via the borrowing of “foreign” means of expression. This week the audience have seen the show in dance numbers from Kenzo, but Pierpaolo Piccioli were inspired by poetry.
Specially for fashion show in collaboration with four poets have created poems that were included in the collection On Love Valentino (“Valentino love”) that was attached to each invitation to the show. He Piccioli, according to records in his Instagram, with the creation of the collection were inspired by the literary works of pier Paolo Pasolini — a line from “Letters Lutheran” he has led as a kind of epigraph for the show:
We are tired of being serious young people. We don’t want to live without dreams.
Soundtrack with poems sounded and during fashion shows, and lines from Robert Montgomery (one of the four authors of this fashionable poetic collaboration) took on a huge “Billboard”, which became the main decoration of the show:
The people you love become ghosts inside of you and like this you keep them alive (“the People you love become ghosts inside of you, and so you help them continue to live”).
The romantic mood was maintained, of course, the apparel from the collection, which the designer dedicated to love. Key elements were prints with hugs, kisses and red roses, translucent fabric and the ruffles.
Along with smoky hints of dusty pink, pale lilac and misty blue was traditional for Valentino bright accents: red and pink outfits, probably, again will move to track social events. But the most interesting accessory in the collection were the high hats.
Guests of the show
Masha FedorovaOlivia Palermo,Lily ReinhartAlexa Chung, Nicky HiltonJanelle Monet Derek Blasberg