Valentino Shoes and Handbags Fall/Winter 2014-2015
Valentino luxury means luxury in everything! And, of course, shoes and accessories are not left out of the list. Thus here comes the Valentino shoes and handbags fall/winter 2014-2015 collection to prove the viability and the timelessness of the innovations this fabulous brand always comes up with. The newest fashion show was one of the brightest and one of the classiest interpretations of Valentino ideology, and what we loved about it most was the uber-creative way of putting traditional designs and patterns into motion creating the most stunning and modern looks ever!
Starting with the catchy and glamorous options like the butterfly-printed ankle strap shoes, we actually don’t find the exact point where to stop! The classy and modern pieces coming right after simply don’t let us cease admiring the creativity and chic of Valentino pieces. The option coming right after is another great example of that type coming with a leather texture and some tiny golden details, finished with the ankle strap design.
Coming to the well-remembered dotted booties, we can’t but talk about the black, red, and white shades as one of the most imaginative interpretations of the whole show. Contrasted variants like the green and beige handbag follow these pieces. Another great vibe is presented with the animal prints, namely the reptile skin hints. Butterflies and birds can’t but be used for the handbags, too. The nicely textured color blocks and the typical dotted designs are also here for the handbags. Monochrome, chic, and bright forms the basic designs of the following options.
Again we are stunned and amazed with another totally bedazzling collection by Valentino, and what we can’t forget when talking about it, is the super cool implementation of the new and the traditional. So it’s not only about coming with something new all the time, it’s also about proving that Valentino’s basic concepts and representations are extremely versatile and ethereal! And this is, indeed, successfully carried out!
Photos courtesy of WWD