Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli were inspired by the colorful world of Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, as well as her lifestyle, while creating Valentino resort. Today I want to share with you pre-spring collection's best looks, ranging from romantic to bright and colorful graphic print outfits. I feel kind of 1970's vibes, while observing these nature printed clothes with colorful flowers, insects and trees. All in all, Valentino pre-season creations come with contrasting stripes, colorful flowers, zigzags, checks and butterfly camouflage prints.
Monkeys print blouse in pale blue is styled with high-waisted, below the knee skirt in brown suede.
That's a sweet pale yellow suit with jacket in butterfly and florals.
Here we see model wearing a vibrant shirt tucked in A-line, long, khaki skirt.
Matching separates, including shirt and long, below-the-knee skirt in butterfly camouflage print.
The same camouflage bomber worn with shorts and tee.
1960's inspired shift in aquarelle jacquard.
Hooded anorak teamed with mini-shorts in the same pale blue color with monkey images.
Black poncho embellished poncho with studded sequins is worn atop silk blouse and light blue denim wide pants.
Leather jacket looks awesome with studded sequins (an image of butterfly) and fringes at the back.
Here we see a long version of studded and fringed leather jacket.
How about wearing matching separates in a rainbow stripes.
Chevron mink coat in colorful zigzags is worn over the same pleated ensemble.
Cropped mink jacket in colorful checks with wide 1/2 sleeves is worn over a striped dress with pleated skirt.
Mink zigzag bomber is paired with striped dress.
Checked and striped rainbow jacket is worn over a cocktail silhouette dress.