Valentino Red women's


VALENTINO RED
History

Vivacious and passionate, the colour red perfectly symbolises the creativity and elegance of legendary fashion designer Valentino Garavani. Founded in 1960, the Maison which bears his name expanded beyond its iconic prêt-à-porter and haute couture collections in 2003. Its contemporary line for young women - Red Valentino - was launched in 2007.

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In the same year, the founder marked his official retirement, placing the brand in the capable hands of Alessandra Facchinetti. It was then entrusted to stylistic duo Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli, who renewed the brand with a fresh vision of femininity and modernity. When Chiuri left the Maison in 2016 the creative direction of all collections passed to Piccioli.

Red Valentino boasts all the classic characteristics and aesthetics of the Valentino Maison - precious fabrics, refined elegance, and detailed finishes. What sets it apart is the youthful modernity of the label, reflected in its playful combinations of shapes and colours – setting innovative design standards and attracting new generations.

This youthful appeal is what connects the brand to the freshest faces in music, culture, art, society and photography. The many stars associated with Red Valentino include singer-songwriter Birdy, model Lottie Moss and artist Kukula, with whom the Maison collaborated on a series of design illustrations reflecting its stylistic imagery.

Fully manufactured in Italy, Red Valentino is a brand which has not forgotten its sartorial traditions. Adored around the world for its fresh appeal and high quality products, Red Valentino is distributed in over 100 countries, with flagship stores in most major global cities and popular resorts.

Style notes

The Red Valentino woman is graced with youthful romance, delicate innocence and sweet femininity. Charmed by the fun in fashion, she also loves to contrast her classical bon-ton look with hard edges and androgynous trends, creating a unique style which is both cool and refined.

Must-haves: Key pieces include the 1970s print dresses, the romantic ‘good girl’ dresses, the lace details, the floral prints, the shoes and the studded handbags which give a daring touch to the traditional Valentino look.