Fashion designers Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli behind Valentino were inspired by the 1960's Italian pop art while designing the house Autumn-Winter collection of women's ready to wear looks. New season comes with jackets and day wear separates in multi-colored dots, navy tulle dresses, fitted sweaters, fringed leather skirts, trim dresses, shirt-collar dresses and embroidered tulle gowns. Indeed, designers hometown Rome was a great source of inspiration as they included touches and vibes from Italian female artists like Carol Rama, Carla Accardi and Giosetta Fioroni. You are about to see here bold prints, textures and patterns, like optical dots in black, white, red and pink, statement vertical geometric patterns, diamond cuts, embroidered imageries of birds, stars, hearts, brocade butterflies and oversize florals, like roses. Plus designers managed to underline their creations with foiled metallics and sequins.
I would say, there is a light touch of bohemian style. My personal favorites from the show are slim leather jackets, long-sleeve stiff shirts and slim intarsia coats in deep and rich colors. All in all, it's fantastic and emotional collection, where the colors are so deep, that almost every look is like a real painting masterpiece.