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Paris F/W: Valentino 2012

Designers Valentino Maria Grazia Kiuru and Pier Paolo Pikkioli proposed for the spring 2012 collection of romantic, consisting of lacy dresses from pink to black. Sandals are requested to wear flat shoes, and hair braided in girls lax braids around her head.

vrYHL 600x450 Paris Fashion Week: Valentino (2012)CLICK Here for lots more photos

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Some Fall 2011 Designer Favorites Picks

Click Here for a Quick Review of this Fall’s Fashion Designer Favorites from the World’s Runways!

All images Via  The Cut & courtesy of therecommendbutton.com.


Some Fall 2011 Designer Favorites

Click Here for a Quick Review of this Fall’s Fashion Designer Favorites from the World’s Runways!

All images Via  The Cut & courtesy of therecommendbutton.com.


Valentino: Florence Not Milan

VALENTINO will unveil its autumn – winter 2012-13 menswear collection for the first time at the Pitti Uomo show in Florence on January 11 – where the brand’s designers will be the event’s special guests. “We are very happy that Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli, the Valentino creative directors, accepted our invitation,” Raffelle Napoleone, ceo of Pitti Immagine, said. “Their work combines a dynamic, contemporary spirit with the sartorial savoir-faire of a house that wrote a huge chapter in the history of fashion. Their visionary yet pragmatic approach combines tradition and innovation without interruptions: this is a feature that Pitti Immagine has always admired and looked for in fashion designers. The brand used to unveil its collection during Menswear Fashion Week in Milan, and more recently via a presentation in Paris, but this will be the label’s first catwalk show since spring/summer 2008 when it was still designed by Valentino himself. “We have been following their work since the first shows in Paris. In a very short time they have developed a secure, poetic and precise style. And now the time has come to offer them the Pitti stage to present the new vision of the Valentino Man with a dedicated fashion show”. “By so prominently featuring one of the icons of Made in Italy, Pitti Uomo continues its support for contemporary Italian fashions,” a statement for the event added. – – more


Valentino: Florence Not Milan

VALENTINO will unveil its autumn – winter 2012-13 menswear collection for the first time at the Pitti Uomo show in Florence on January 11 – where the brand’s designers will be the event’s special guests. “We are very happy that Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli, the Valentino creative directors, accepted our invitation,” Raffelle Napoleone, ceo of Pitti Immagine, said. “Their work combines a dynamic, contemporary spirit with the sartorial savoir-faire of a house that wrote a huge chapter in the history of fashion. Their visionary yet pragmatic approach combines tradition and innovation without interruptions: this is a feature that Pitti Immagine has always admired and looked for in fashion designers. The brand used to unveil its collection during Menswear Fashion Week in Milan, and more recently via a presentation in Paris, but this will be the label’s first catwalk show since spring/summer 2008 when it was still designed by Valentino himself. “We have been following their work since the first shows in Paris. In a very short time they have developed a secure, poetic and precise style. And now the time has come to offer them the Pitti stage to present the new vision of the Valentino Man with a dedicated fashion show”. “By so prominently featuring one of the icons of Made in Italy, Pitti Uomo continues its support for contemporary Italian fashions,” a statement for the event added. – – more

YOU SHOULD SEE: The brand’s last catwalk show…


Who was Supermodel of Paris Runways?

Karlie Kloss was Paris Fashion Week’s Top Model

Watch the slideshow Karlie.Photo: Alessandro Lucioni

This year's Paris Fashion Week included special cameos by supermodels like Kate Moss, who closed what might be Marc Jacobs's final collection at Louis Vuitton, and Gisele Bündchen's close for Givenchy. Meanwhile, Natalia Vodianova had the honors of opening for the latter show, and also bookmarked Stella McCartney's runway. Yet the dominance of Karlie Kloss cannot be denied. The 19-year-old American, who's getting more mature bookings by the day, landed the opening slots at Jean Paul Gaultier and John Galliano as well as the closing slots at Christian Dior, Lanvin, Elie Saab, Gareth Pugh, and Roland Mouret. See all of Karlie's looks in the slideshow ahead.This year’s Paris Fashion Week included special cameos by supermodels like Kate Moss, who closed what might be Marc Jacobs’s final collection at Louis Vuitton, and Gisele Bündchen‘s close for Givenchy. Meanwhile, Natalia Vodianova had the honors of opening for the latter show, and also bookmarked Stella McCartney’s runway. Yet the dominance of Karlie Kloss cannot be denied. The 19-year-old American, who’s getting more mature bookings by the day, landed the opening slots at Jean Paul Gaultier and John Galliano as well as the closing slots at Christian Dior, Lanvin, Elie Saab, Gareth Pugh, and Roland Mouret. See all of Karlie’s looks in the slideshow ahead.