Valentino’s Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli once again created magic for their latest couture collection. The two designers don’t shy away when it comes to displaying their Italian heritage on the runway of the very Italian fashion house. The inspiration for this collection and the ones before it can be found all throughout Italy from a public library to a grotto. Take a look at my favorite ensembles and if you want to see the entire collection click here.
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Alexandre Vauthier unveiled his Fall 2015 Couture collection mentioning that it was loosely inspired by Native American apparel as he traveled throughout California. The edgy Los Angeles glam is translated through Vauthier’s use of leather and deep cutouts along the sides and necklines. While the Native American features are seen throught his use of fringes on both the garments and heels. I’ve picked my favorite which can be found below, and if you want to see the entire collection click here.
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You don’t normally associate flower crowns and lacey chiffon princess like dresses with Versace, but that is exactly what Donatella Versace surprised us with. Ms. Versace showed us the softer side of the fashion house with her floral gowns and use of pastel colors. Take a look at my favorite looks from the show and if you want to see the full collection click here.
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