Valentino's Le Salon Stuns at Couture Week with Celeb Glam and Unique Designs!

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Valentino's Haute Couture collection, titled Le Salon, presented by Pierpaolo Piccioli during Couture Week in Paris, has garnered significant attention and acclaim. The designer expresses his belief that couture provides the ultimate privileged space for a designer's authorship, allowing for the pursuit of perfection and experimentation.

This season, Valentino chose the intimate setting of its salons on Place Vendôme to showcase the collection, in contrast to the cinematic display at Château de Chantilly in the previous season. Despite the intended hushed intimacy, the event drew a notable crowd, including screaming fans welcoming stars like Jennifer Lopez, Florence Pugh.

Piccioli's designs showcased intricate craftsmanship. While he avoided elaborate embroideries, he created labor-intensive pieces such as a glossy green men's coat with small oblong discs bonded with patent leather to resemble crocodile skin. Another standout piece was a barely there chiffon top adorned with tiny white feathers made from cut organza, emphasizing the magic of illusion.

A star-studded night 

Apart from the celebs mentioned above, the couture show was a family affair for the Jenners. Kylie Jenner and her daughter Stormi Webster made a glamorous entrance, both dressed in matching black outfits. They sported black feathery boas and sleek black sunglasses, creating a coordinated and stylish look for the event.


The Jenner family presence extended beyond Kylie and Stormi. Matriarch Kris Jenner, along with her longtime boyfriend Corey Gamble, also attended the show. This further added to the star-studded audience and the overall excitement surrounding Valentino's presentation at Couture Week in Paris

The collection, comprising 64 looks, offered a diverse range of options for the upcoming awards season. One notable piece mentioned is a stunning black velvet cutout dress with a long silk chiffon stole trailing behind.

Piccioli emphasized the uniqueness of each piece, noting that no two people execute his sketches in the same way. He believes that infusing one's own experience, life, and humanity into the creative process is essential to capturing the soul of the design.