Valentino in addition to the fairy dress, its soul elements also have rivets, and the back of rivet spline girls, always give a cool feeling, how to say? Probably “rock sweetheart”? It has to be said that this element is really classic. This element is also used in high heels and accessories, and the collision of different materials to create a different fashion effect.
In fact, along with these small rivets, there is a label above the brand name “V” word small LOGO, has been in.
Although this LOGO is very characteristic, but there has been no rivet recognition, and it is not often used in handbags, clothing and other accessories. In fact, this “V” word LOGO has been quietly throughout VALENTINO’s fashion process, like a treasure waiting to be excavated, before a certain point in time, it did not make any sound.
At first, the “V” word LOGO was low-key hidden in Valentino’s designs, so why did Valentino Garavani not apply this element more obviously to the design?In the 1950s and 1960s, Valentino Garavani, who was still a newcomer to the fashion world at that time, was keen to design a variety of dresses and fairy dresses, spending a lot of money on high-level production, but the supply exceeded demand, and also experienced a bottleneck period.As a creative inspiration of the designer, at this time need sage Bole, to identify with his design philosophy.
Valentino Garavani was lucky to meet Jacqueline Lee Bouvier Kennedy Onassis and Jacqueline Kennedy. Valentino Garavani was greatly encouraged by meeting this famous person, and he wanted to promote his design to celebrities all over the world, but the most important thing for the ladies at the time was the fabric and design, and did not want the dress to have a clear LOGO on it. But valentino Garavani thought of the “V” cleverly running through the design in a variety of forms, with the uniform brand elements on it.
Accompanying VALENTINO silently through half a century, it is the “V” word LOGO, is the brand’s most proud design elementwealth.
Once leading the trend of monogram, appearing in high-end ready-to-wear fabrics, buttons, and accessories.
The “V” logo is now innovatively designed, and the current creative director, Pierpaolo Piccioli, has added an oval rectangle to the outside and made it a bag of hardware.