All smiles, Finnlay Davis, Dylan Fender, Robbi G., Ye Xiang, and Quintin Van Konkelenberg front Valentino’s fall-winter 2017 campaign. Let’s hear it for the boys! Valentino embraces a youthful allure for its fall-winter 2017 campaign. The fashion house enlists David Bailey to shoot its latest advertisement. The outing takes us to London’s East End, where… [Read More]
Valentino - Italian Fashion Brand
Valentino is a notable Italian fashion house. It was founded in 1960 by designer Valentino Garavani. Originally a family business, the label was sold to the Italian conglomerate HdP in 1998. However, it was sold again in 2002 to Marzotta Apparel. Since, Valentino's menswear has become synonymous with the designs of Pierpaolo Piccioli. Formerly a co-creative director with Maria Grazia Chiuri until 2016, Piccioli is known for his extensive work with prints and tailoring.
Valentino presents its spring-summer 2018 men’s collection during Paris Fashion Week. Valentino courts the current trends and takes a sporty detour for spring-summer 2018. Creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli lends the Valentino man a young edge for the season. Losing track of the suit, streetwear-influenced separates dominate the narrative. Color blocking and contrasted details decorate an… [Read More]
Discover the latest men’s advertising from Michael Kors, Allegri, Valentino, Bugatti, and Ermanno Scervino. The fall-winter 2017 advertising is in full season. New campaigns have arrived with early previews in the June, July, and August issues of magazines. Several of our favorite faces return to the spotlight for the season. As Wouter Peelen returns for… [Read More]
Valentino continues its fascination with military style for spring 2017. The Italian fashion house unveils its ID Camouflage collection. Model Thibaud Charon fronts the occasion with a strong confidence. French model Thibaud sports camouflage print clothing and accessories. Hero pieces from the collection range from a camouflage dressed double-breasted coat and sneakers to slim-fit pants…. [Read More]
Taking to Madison Square Garden for the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, singers, actors and athletes let the traditional suit take a backseat, opting for individual style statements. A variety of aesthetics surfaced with standout looks from Chance the Rapper, Jaden Smith and more. Whether it was a chevron bomber jacket, courtesy of Nick Jonas… [Read More]