1.While the fashion world quickly evolves during the digital age, Valentino’s creative directors, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli, focus on this moment. The real sense of fashion today is reflected in pianist Vanessa Wagner’s performance of works by John Cage and Philip Glass while models in ballerina-inspired fashion strutted down the runway. 

 

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2.Citing dancers Karole Armitage and Martha Graham as muses, the collection features a wardrobe for ballerinas at rehearsals and off-duty. Think tulle tutus in variations such an embellished number worn over a chunky knit or a sequinned body suit paired with an airy tulle and worn with a multicoloured cropped fur bolero.   


3.Triangles and circles referencing costumes from Ballets Russe add a hint of graphics into the collection.   


4.The black swan looks are accentuated by the extensive use of leather rendered in studded panels on tutus or oversized biker jackets.


5.Rock stud ballerina flats and cross-body bags match with guitar straps are on the top of our shopping list for the winter wardrobe.