A high-order series called “Daydream “, Pierpaolo Piccioli hopes his elegant Renaissance-style outfits will echo the surrounding environment, and will allow guests to interpret Valentino from contour shapes, floral makeup and swirling lines. exclusive language. The show is dominated by Asian models, using red, green and white three main shades, as well as bold gold and silver, people do not consciously associate with Ming Dynasty porcelain, traditional imperial robes, with Maria Callas background music, as if in the ancient palace, but also like a modern opera house, the old and new interweaving, like “Chinese salon” A dreamy Midsummer Night’s Dream was staged in the Summer Palace.
Use classic high-order clothing fabrics, including silk, cigaline, silk, velvet and other materials; In addition to Pierpaolo Piccioli’s representative flamboyant elements, the craftsman’s delicate embroidery and hand-stitched sequins can also be seen, adding elegance to the collection.
Pierpaolo Piccioli, who has always loved to close the curtain with the behind-the-scenes staff, also doesn’t forget to put the names of all the people on the show’s profile this time around, as well as the effort and hard work they put into the collection: the details and focus of the show.
A dress covered in a pink bow requires 350 metres of fabric; another fluffy cherry-red dress with a scratch took 1,300 hours to complete; and an eye-catching silver dress paired with a balaclava with 32,000 silver sequins sewn on top.
There’s also a dark green inlay coat, which uses eight different types of fabric, including sequins with Oz green, ivory wool and a soft pink tulle, paired with the same set of printed wide pants and a skin-through turtleneck top, which took six and a half months to complete. And don’t forget other skin-filled sequin sleeves, leggings, and a diamond-encrusted tiara that’s hard to ignore.