Classic Dresses by Valentino Autumn Winter 2012 Collection

Classic dresses are trend that has always had a loyal fan. Even this trend is always up and enliven the world of fashion. Touch of a classic such as embroidery, big band, lace, floral patterns, and simple pieces are always interesting to be used as an accent in a fashion design.

Valentino designer collections for the autumn winter collection for this year as the power to make a classic design. With skilled technique, became a classic design in a modern style of Classic dresses.

 

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Valentino design focus on one’s roots with rediscovered local allure transformed into global synthesis taking in an imaginative journey. The design were exploring different knowledge and indulging in tactile artisan craftsmanship, which sounds more than a little convoluted in words but played out beautifully in clothes. Valentino’s classic dresses cleverly balancing the season’s feel for masculine utilitarianism with its signature Valentino girliness, the show started in black with long leather capes, A-line culottes and fitted backless all-in-ones broken up by delicate ribbons of cross stitch.

 

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Valentino SpA is a clothing company founded in 1959 by Valentino Garavani. It is a part of Valentino Fashion Group. New creative directors Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli will take Alessandra Facchinetti’s seat as creative designer. Valentino is headquartered in Milan. In 1966, confident of his client base, he removed his lover’s clothes from Florence to Rome and there, two years later, he had one of his greatest triumphs, an all-white collection, which became famous for the “V” logo he designed. By the mid-1960s he was already considered the undisputed maestro of Italian Couture, receiving in 1967 the Neiman Marcus Award, the equivalent of an Oscar in the field of fashion. Then Begum Aga Khan, Farah Diba, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Elizabeth Taylor, Marella Agnelli and Princess Margaret were already customers as well as personal friends — Classic dresses.

 

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