Valentino's Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Ready-To-Wear is a vintage fairytale inspired collection where romance is found into structural pieces that create a futuristic idea of this line. Ruffles, sheer, fur and lace accentuate the femininity given by these minimalist designs.
13 Mar, 2010
One of Italy's greatest fashion empires is the Valentino brand founded in 1965 by fashion designer Valentino Garavani. What started as a local known brand became soon known for their sensual and sexy but mysterious feminine designs. By expanding their company through many fashion domains, they launched over the years collections in handbags, shoes, beauty products, accessories like jewelry, scarves, gloves, eyewear and fragrances.
The latest collection by Valentino, the Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Ready-To-Wear one brings out feminine and luxurious designs that combine together vintage inspiration given by the romantic side and the futuristic one with structural pieces or minimalist designs.
Lightening colors bright out the classic items that fit perfectly to the strong attitude look given by the models. With these soft materials, the fragility and purity bring out an old days idea about the power of women in society.
The main trend marks seen in this collection are: lots of ruffles, sheer, fur, polka dots and lace.
The looks in this Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Ready-To-Wear Collection by Valentino come from day to night, where the two desginers Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Poccioli manage to bring softness through classical pieces.
The main items that follow this new decade's perspective in fashion world are: pure white dresses, gladiator sandals, big fur coats, ruffles on jackets, bags, dresses or trench coats, cigarette pants, sheer blouses, shapeless black coats and gowns with silk, ruffles and lace.
As you can see, this Fall/Winter 2010/2011 Ready-To-Wear Collection was powerful in details where the designers Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Poccioli kept Valentino's mark into this line by making it romantic, sensible, fairytale inspired and modern in the same time.