A new contemporary fairytale has been written having as main character the modern girl who is both feminine and girly, self-confident and shy, bold and delicate. The latest RED Valentino collection for fall 2012 is absolutely irresistible. Well, have you ever seen something more adorable yet so seductive and fresh? Once again, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli, the house’s creative directors, came up with a dreamy line packed full with oh-so-chic, ethereal dresses, an array of innovative accessories and unexpected details and embellishments.
You can definitely find your secret weapon frock in the RED Valentino fall 2012 collection. Think of this wide range of goodies as sassy and innocent yet strong and daring. This season’s shapes are romantic made from soft textures. The key pieces that can give a mega boost to your wardrobe are fab ruffled dresses, dainty skirts, tailored pants, sophisticated coats and capes, chic blazers, and cute sweaters. There is a versatile color spectrum including black, off-white, blush hues, but also exquisite floral prints and polka dots. We are head-over-heels with the array of gorgeous ornaments. In fact, who could resist to a cute bow or a refined Peter Pan collar?
There is something about RED Valentino that makes us dreaming of a whole new world where fashion gets a new spin. 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.”
And Valentino’s creative directors Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli are the ones who brought a fresh vibe to the legendary house’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.
Moreover, 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 must admit that the result speaks for itself. If you have doubts, just have a nosey at the latest RED Valentino fall 2012 collection! Overwhelming and tempting, doesn’t it?
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