Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli's couture dreams for Valentino came to life through details. Sweet details. Like delicate bows, babydoll cuts, paper-thin lace, soft ruffles, cage frocks, dusty feathers, and larger-than-life rosettes. It was a collection designed for the hyper feminine girl who has nothing but chic, chic, chic on her mind. At times long dresses resemble airy nightgowns, drop-waists bring a fresh feel to red carpet dressing, and sheer details are borderline sexy. While the details and silhouettes are complicated, the color palette is anything but. Three bright red dresses walked down the catwalk, while the remaining pieces were black, off-white, and blush. Will future red carpets reveal a sweeter side? If Valentino couture has anything to do with it, then yes!
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