• Valentino exuberantly printed pyjama suits led to a more relaxed, louche approach to style. For FW16 pyjama suits returned to the runway for Valentino.
  • Valentino. Enter the fairy-tale world of Valentino via elaborate embroidery and prints as glorious as a bird of paradise.
  • Shop now. Valentino Garavani Block-Heel Rockstud Sandals. Rockstud accessories are a favourite of girls who like to do punk spirit with polish. With their wearable block heel and multiple straps embellished with the signature studs, expect to put these sandals on rotation all season long.
  • Valentino. Pierpaolo Piccioli has fused a sense of cool contemporaneity into Valentino’s Italian classicism, bringing a new generation of style-aware men to the brand.
  • Valentino Street Style. Paris Fashion Week. Phil Oh.
  • Shop now. Valentino Floral Appliqué Tulle Gown. Once Upon A Times were written for dresses like this. Valentino’s ultra-romantic gown is crafted from black tulle and appliquéd with vibrant blue flowers. A slinky, fitted bustier-style top is balanced by the frothy, full skirt.
  • Valentino. Dreamy couture-like creations sit alongside the signature rockstud accessories, but although the mashup of references – from artisanal patterns to Renaissance portraits to 1970s London – keeps the label feeling contemporary, a reverence for the heritage of this storied house remains.
  • Valentino Street Style. Minimalist luxury trainers - Valentino has been at the forefront of the luxury trainer market since the launch of it's Rockrunner trainers in 2012.
  • Valentino Street Style, Veronika Heilbrunner at fashion week.
  • Shop now. Valentino Tropical Camouflage Silk Shirt. Always cool, camouflage is given a luxe, tropical spin by Valentino this season. Taking its cue from the collection’s Cuban inspiration, this pyjama-style silk shirt exudes a louche confidence, printed with palm trees and exotic foliage in tonal greens and khaki. With piped edges, the button-down style has two-welted pockets at the front.
  • Valentino Street Style, Paris Fashion Week, Phil Oh.
  • Valentino Haute Couture 17. Vogue Runway.
  • Valentino floral shirt. Ease and relaxed sophistication are at the heart of creative director Pierpaolo Piccoli's vision for Valentino.
  • Valentino Haute Couture 17. Vogue Runway.
  • Shop now. Valentino Garavani Jacquard Nylon Backpack.
  • Valentino Street Style. Valentino Skirt. Fashion Week.
  • Valentino Dress. Embroidery. Couture.
  • Valentino Spring 2017 Menswear collection. Runway.
  • Valentino Fall 2016 Menswear collection. Feather Embroidery.
  • Valentino Resort 2017 Fashion Show. Red Dress.
  • Valentino Men's Fall/Winter 2017-18
  • Shop now. Valentino Garavani Lock Noir Small Leather Shoulder Bag.
  • Shop Now. Helena Bordon Valentino Dress. Street Style.
  • Valentino camouflage jacket has become a modern classic. Street Style.
  • Studs are one of Valentino's most recognisable features. Stud shoes.
  • For the Valentino Pre-Fall 2017 Collection aesthetic becomes political, with grace, celebrating a plurality that unites individuals and fortifies them. Silhouettes define the waist, up high, or allowing them to flow. Different points of presenting and being oneself. Embroidery is a sign that moves and makes one feel alive, flowers are a synonym of optimism. The America everyone dreams of, one of hope.
  • Olivia Palermo at Valentino Haute Couture show in Rome Fall 2015. FW15. Sheer Dress.
  • Shop now. Valentino blue jacket, zip-up and front pocketed.
  • Valentino SS17 Campaign. Advertising Campaign. Spring Summer 2017.
  • Street Style, Valentino, SS17 Fashion Week, Vogue.
  • Valentino Runway. Menswear. AW17. Autumn Winter 2017 Collection.
  • Shop now. Valentino Multicoloured Lace Midi Skirt. Vogue Runway’s Nicole Phelps described Valentino’s pre-spring 2017 outing as ‘a jolt – dense with colour, print and embroidery’. Crafted from multicoloured lace in different shades and scales, this midi, A-line skirt captures the collection’s more-is-more spirit.
  • Valentino. Creative Director Pierpaolo Piccioli backstage the Fall Winter 1718 show.