Valentino Spring 2011 | Paris Fashion Week

valentinospring Valentino Spring 2011 | Paris Fashion Week

Delving into the spring, the latest outing from Valentino designers Pier Paolo Piccioli and Maria Grazia Chiuri still maintains the womanly frills of fall in a more subdued manner, however, with a muted palette of off white, blue and black. A mature contrast to last season’s bold shapes and scalloped edges, romanticism reigns supreme for the fashion house’s spring collection.


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  • Princess Lovely

    I’d wear every sibgle piece of it!!it’s just breathtaking?

  • Princess Lvoely

    i meant Single (:

  • Anonymous

    I agree. Its hard to say for most collections, but literally every single piece is incredibly wearable, feminine yet dark, and luxurious.

  • Anita Siraki

    love everything…so girly yet refined

  • Anita Siraki

    love everything…so girly yet refined

  • http://twitter.com/Diamond_Cat Olya Nikol Pishcheva

    It’s nice, pretty simple, but nothing really special, sorry. ~

  • http://twitter.com/desireecherisse desiree cherisse

    very romantic and wearable. lovely.

  • Hld012010
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  • Steve

    A LOT of brands have gotten by solely on their namesake this season, but THIS is truly a great collection!

    • Anonymous

      How true is that!!! Dior and Prada come to mind. Just because they are big names, doesnt mean they are good. Which is why I respect London critics. That Burberry collection was PURE CRAP, and Christopher got chewed up for it, as he should.