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Giambattista Valli’s Two Women

By Marilovesgr33n @marilovesgr33n


It’s impossibile resist to such great beauty‘. And I could not resist to beauty. The man we are talking about is Italian. From Rome to be correct. It’s one of those Italians who has decided to go outside and to show his talent to the whole world from there.Not too far from our Country his collection are the result of his cultural luggage made of Roman roots, Italian cinema cults and a passion trasformed into a study path began in the Italy of the 80’s and ended up in the London of the 90’s.He is not turned 50 years old yet and he presented in Paris four times a year between pret a porter and haute couture.The high fashion he represents has emerged on the scene since his appearance, the first time just four years ago, in 2011.Before that moment he has collaboreted with Roberto Capucci, Fendi, Krizia and Ungaro to become finally, simply Giambattista Valli: an Italian that presents collections from his self founded “Fashion House” next to the heirs of Christian Dior and Coco Chanel. The clothes he brings to the stage are an evolution of style and a technique increasingly refined. There are, for the first time, pants under the skirts. The skirts in ostrich feathers tone on tone with bodice. The black and white so love by Coco and the evening dresses, clouds of flowing and precious fabrics. Colored as sorbets to look good enough to eat” as Suzy Menkes wrote .This time, two women in his mind: the “bad girl” mood of the American rock singer Janis Joplin and the elegance of Coco Chanel.Of course I do not know exactly what would mademoiselle think about such a great sensual, romantic and exalted femininity. If she would never get out wrapped in layers of gauzy chiffon and ruffles with her face covered by a mask of lace cat women. One thing it is certain, G.V. summarizes what all of the women dream since little girls, creating clothes that make us feel, when we wear them, like in a fairy tale.


{original photos taken from WWD and completely re edited by ilovegreeninspiration}

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