PFWM AW18: Valentino Men’s

IT’S ALL about the white sneaker in the latest Valentino Men’s collection for PFW AW18 as the uncool but now-cool dad sneaker, returned to the catwalk contrasting against the luxurious black flooring and the dark interior of the 18th century-style Hotel Salomon de Rothschild.

New Valentino Garavari messenger bags made a debut, clutched under most of the models arms in this predominately grey, navy and black collection. Sportswear and formal-wear collide with a collaboration with Moncler showcasing a comfy, casual and clean glossy black puffer with a vibrant red lining paired with traditional slim tailored trousers. Tiger and dragon prints embroidered and studded onto the parkas and narrow overcoats inspired by late ‘60s womenswear haute couture archives channels the Aristo-punk concept

Glass Reviews: Valentino Men's F/W18 PFW

Glass Reviews: Valentino Men's F/W18 PFW

Side-zip trousers and half-zip turtle necks shown in acid yellow, bright pink and electric blues break the rules that menswear has followed for centuries. Piccioli challenges what being a gentleman means in todays society and encourages men to explore their vulnerable and fragile self. Making his first fashion debut and spotted talking to guests was actor Joe Keery, who plays Steve Harrington in Stranger Things, an American science-fiction horror TV series.

Glass Reviews: Valentino Men's FW18 PFW


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