Valentino PFW S/S 15 Showlist

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Yana van Ginneken (O)
Clementine Deraedt
Ine Neefs
Josephine van Delden
Maartje Verhoef
Nastya Sten
Julia Bergshoeff
Harleth Kuusik
Vivienne Rohrer
Maja Salomon
Vanessa Moody
Anna Ewers
Julia Hafstrom
Adrienne Jüliger
Irina Liss
Valery Kaufman
Lexi Boling
Alexandra Elizabeth
Towa Wahlin
Irina Kravchenko
Julie Borawska
Sunniva Wahl
Ola Munik
Ondria Hardin
Jessica Burley
Larissa Marchiori
Mica Arganaraz
Anastasia Lagune
Grace Simmons
Edie Campbell
Gabriele Regesaite
Harleth Kuusik #2
Vittoria Ceretti
Waleska Gorczevski
Grace Hartzel
Josephine van Delden #2
Nastya Zhidkikh
Maartje Verhoef #2
Audrey Nurit
Morta Kontrimaite
Hanne-Gaby Odiele
Hedvig Palm
Vivienne Rohrer #2
Lexi Boling #2
Julia Bergshoeff #2
Maja Salomon #2
Valery Kaufman #2
Madison Stubbington
Clementine Deraedt #2
Magdalena Jasek
Alexandra Elizabeth #2
Julie Borawska #2
Ine Neefs #2
Anna Grostina
Aya Jones
Ondria Hardin #2
Larissa Marchiori #2
Pauline Hoarau
Nastya Sten #2
Yana van Ginneken #2
Julie Hoomans
Vanessa Moody #2
Julia Hafstrom #2
Anna Ewers #2
Adrienne Jüliger #2
Irina Liss #2
Irina Kravchenko #2
Edie Campbell #2
Grace Simmons #2
Sunniva Wahl #2
Jessica Burley #2
Mina Cvetkovic
Lexi Boling #3
Maja Salomon #3
Harleth Kuusik #3
Grace Hartzel #2
Maartje Verhoef #3 (C)
 
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Yana van Ginneken

Clementine Deraedt

Ine Neefs

Josephine van Delden

Maartje Verhoef

Nastya Sten

Julia Bergshoeff

Harleth Kuusik

Vivienne Rohrer

Maja Salomon

Vanessa Moody
 

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Anna Ewers

Julia Hafstrom

Adrienne Jüliger

Irina Liss

Valery Kaufman

Lexi Boling

Alexandra Elizabeth

Towa Wahlin

Irina Kravchenko

Julie Borawska

Sunniva Wahl

Jessica Burley

Ola Munik

Lexi Boling

Larissa Marchiori

Grace Simmons

Mica Arganaraz

Anastasia Lagune

Gabriele Regesaite

Edie Campbell
 

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Grace Hartzel

Josephine van Delden

Harleth Kuusik

Vittoria Ceretti

Maartje Verhoef

Audrey Nurit

Waleska Gorczevski

Morta Kontrimaite

Julia Bergshoeff

Madison Stubbington

Morta Kontrimaite

Hanne Gaby Odiele

Valery Kaufman

Hedvig Palm

Vivienne Rohrer

Lexi Boling

Maja Salomon

Ine Neefs

Anna Grostina
 

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Magdalena Jasek

Alexandra Elizabeth

Julie Borawska

Clementine Deraedt

Ondria Hardin

Larissa Marchiori

Pauline Hoarau

Nastya Sten

Yana van Ginneken

Julie Hoomans

Vanessa Moody

Julia Hafstrom

Anna Ewers

Adrienne Jüliger

Irina Liss

Irina Kravchenko
 

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The Grand Tour. It's a concept that lives mostly in our minds these days. As Maria Grazia Chiuri pointed out backstage, "In the past, the English and French came to our country to improve their culture; now all Italian people go to England or to New York." But theoretical or not, the grand tour proved to be a transporting theme for Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli's Valentino show this afternoon: The collection was poetic, graceful, and beautiful.

Chiuri and Piccioli touched on many of Italy's patrimonies, from its antiquities all the way down to its kitsch. Centuries-old interiors—the country is cornice heaven—provided blueprints for a series of colorful dresses printed with vivid flowers and arabesque forms. Another group of dresses was patchworked from what could've been souvenir scarves. Neapolitan pastel stripes decorated a shrunken sweater and the broderie anglaise skirt it was paired with. And Rome got its moment in the spotlight, too: A softly draped powder blue shift, loosely gathered at the waist, looked like something Diana the Huntress might've worn, save for the band of beading around the neckline. But the designers lavished special attention on the seaside, printing some gowns with starfish and snails, and embroidering others with shells, sailing ships, and underwater creatures like the Portuguese man-of-war.

It wasn't just finery on the runway. Linen shirts with asymmetric necklines and a chunky ribbed sweater worn with lace-inset denim would make fine touring clothes. But as always, it was the workmanship that astounded, be it extravagantly done, as the feather-embroidered numbers were, or more naively wrought, like those sea creatures. "In this moment when everything is synthetic, digital, and flat, you need something more human. To dream, you need to feel something, not just to see," said Piccioli. That's not just a fine reason for a grand tour, it's a manifesto for modern life.