Valentino Resort 2015-33

There are two words to describe Valentino Resort 2015: bold and glamourous. Creative directors Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli took to the brand’s archives this season, and we got an exclusive invite to go to the Valentino showroom to see the results of their work.

The Valentino showroom was like walking into a life-size kaleidoscope, with a room full of rich colors, stripes and bright-colored camouflage prints. The striped design was taken from a collection shown in 1973, and today, the highly skilled Valentino artisans hand-painted it onto all kinds of shoes. The groovy print looks anything but dated; it has been adapted to fit into the modern footwear realm with plexi heels and minimalist sandals. Of course, no Valentino collection would be complete without a few pairs of Rockstuds.

Also present in this collection is Valentino’s new butterfly camouflage, which manages to feel spring-appropriate without looking overly sweet. With a collection as vivid and fun as this one, we can’t wait to see what the brand has prepared for its Spring 2015 collection.

Check out all of our photos below.

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  • shoesy

    Oh my gosh. These are spectacular! Can you guys try to alert us (with a post) when these shoes are available for preorder/sale anywhere online? They are AMAZING.

    • Katherine Callaghan

      Isn’t this collection AMAZING?! No problem, I will definitely write a post when I see this product in stores! I’ll be on the lookout so stay tuned!

  • Sandy

    OH my word….does Valentino makes the best shoes or what?? I believe that my spring/summer shoe budget is exhausted with all the shoes that I want from this post!

  • FashionableLena

    I’m not into shoes, but if money were no object, I’d own every single pair except for the wedges. Only because my flat feet can’t handle a shoe that doesn’t bend. Gorgeous collection.

  • Kiwigirl

    Gorgeous! Though I can’t really pull off colourful.. I must have the tan rockstud ankle boots!!!!

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