Giambattista Valli Fall 2013 Couture Review

July 3, 2013

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For his fifth couture collection, Valli named the four segments of his romantic and ultrafeminine show after Europe’s renowned porcelain makers: Italy’s Capodimonte, France’s Sèvres, Germany’s Meissen and England’s Wedgwood. He applied their distinctive colorations and decorative motifs to his signature wasp-waisted coats and dresses as well as flounced skater skirts, bubble-shaped peplums and a cap-sleeved tunic worn over a Chantilly lace trumpet skirt.

Valli’s dewy beauties roamed among them, wearing his sweetest couture confections yet. Magnolia petals, fluffs of hydrangea and small cornflowers crept over the shoulders, sleeves and waistlines of short bustier dresses, long siren gowns and sculptural capes.


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