In sync with the times, the Valentino woman as re- imagined and restyled by Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli, the current Creative Directors of the maison, is freer, more extreme and daring. She wows the crowds with amazing combinations of chiffon and black leather, cashmere and metal studs, herringbone wool and light Chantilly lace. Evanescent and ethereal, but also magnetic and mysterious, she is seductively ambiguous, unpredictable, and as elusive as a mirage. An intense icon that is simultaneously equivocal and elegantly impalpable, she wears sleek outfits that impeccably accentuate her figure and are shaped and embellished by concealed structures, exclusive techniques, and exquisite trims. Her couture dresses fit her contemporary personality like a glove. Defining and emphasizing her distinction like a gentle, floating aura, they transform her uniqueness into an ineffable, quintessential and overwhelming sensoryl experience.
HER PERFUME – CLASSIC YET MODERN
From this sensual, insolent beauty, this blatant femininity that eludes conventions, two master perfumers, Olivier Cresp and Alberto Morillas, created a fragrance as a tribute to today’s Valentino woman. With attitude, sophistication and unexpected characteristics, the bouquet of Valentina blends an irreverent Italian floral oriental in which each facet reveals a paradox. Calabrian bergamot is a hymn to exuberance and freshness, shaken up by the insolence of white Alba truffles. In their trail, jasmine, Amalfi orange blossom and tuberose celebrate radiant beauty, while being offset by the rebellious delight of wild strawberries. Finally, the nobility of cedar is seduced by the captivating sensuality of amber…Valentina marks out a solar, unexpected trail, classic yet modern.