The Giambattista Valli spring 2014 couture collection felt like a celebration of femininity from one end to another. Though fans of the label know that bringing exciting ladylike ensembles is the brand’s specialty, the new lineup brought a fresh demonstration of the designer’s incredible creative resourcefulness through new lenses, as it displayed an interesting view on the contemporary vision on elegance. Compared to previous lines, Giambattista Valli’s spring 2014 couture creations seem to be inspired by the new season trends, both in terms of chromatic choices and as far as silhouettes are concerned.
The fab Giambattista Valli Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2014 line brought a good dose of lovely floral prints that gave an unmistakable romantic allure to the new looks. Floral prints are one of the label’s most recognizable signatures, however, this time the label didn’t use them as a ladylike accents. This season, the designer seemed more determined than ever to bring youthful and modern pieces into the spotlight. The variety of short bodycon dresses that stole the spotlight was one of the most revealing clues of the concept.
In addition to gorgeous floral motifs and intricate embroideries, the designer used proportions cleverly to add a modern vibe to the exquisite creations comprised in the new Giambattista Valli spring 2014 couture collection. Peplums, one of the biggest trends of the spring 2013 season, were brought back into the spotlight in the luxury retailer’s new collection on numerous occasions, thus adding an interesting contrast to the label’s new alternatives.
Color-wise, the spring 2014 Giambattista Valli haute couture collection brought a variety of gorgeous shades. In addition to rich jewel tones, the label also focused on bringing sherbet-inspired tones which perfectly suit the mood of the new season as well as stunning ivory white accents that brought a delicate vibe to the stunning new ensembles, making them seem suited for a princess.