Valentino Shoes and Handbags Spring/Summer 2014
Are you fond of horoscopes? Do you attach much importance to your sign of zodiac? Or maybe you just love the legends about mythological creatures? Then the striking and absolutely unexpected Valentino shoes and handbags spring/summer 2014 collection is a perfect source for having these iconic shapes around you all the time. Valentino is quite famous for its elegant, a bit bohemian and at times retro looks, but this time, these concepts are found in an utterly different framework and categorically unique backgrounds. We’ve seen very many interpretations of creative images and nice choices of ways to be unique in looks, but this collection is a real reminder of Valentino’s being an expert of surprising and creating to-die-for looks.
So, the very first design we encounter in the super-awesome Valentino shoes and handbags spring/summer 2014 collection, is a T-strap chunky heels pair, having the legendary iconic griffin put on the strap, and gifted with solemn golden glitter, which is present with the other shapes, too. Following this, comes a slight interference with ethnic-inspired flat shapes, having an interesting and colorful palette. Next comes an elegant variant of peep-toe ankle-boots, adorned with similar color variety, further continued with nice sandal options based on brown and black shades.
The zodiac shapes just invade the Valentino accessories further, represented by the most incredible interpretations possible. The elongated fringe details are another overwhelming design of the Valentino shoes and handbags spring/summer 2014 line, put on necklaces, earrings, bracelets, and so forth.
The popular animal prints are represented as leopard options this time, paired with some leather details. The other alternatives include metallic black and classic red options as well.
Thus, this is a great surprise for all the fans of Valentino, providing them with a powerful impetus to make a step on the way of being outstanding and different in the bright crowd this summer!
Photos courtesy of WWD