Yesterday, March 6, at the Carreau du Temple in Paris, the Fall/Winter 2022-23 show of the VALENTINO PINK PP collection was staged.
The Creative Director of the Roman fashion house Pierpaolo Piccioli imagined this new collection through a new and experimental energy channeling it within a radical choice: monochrome.
Pink dominates and spreads, even in the set of the fashion show, occasionally “disturbed” by occasional incursions of black.
The choice of pink represents a manifestation of the unconscious and a release of the need for realism. The combination of so many pink elements cancels out the visual shock and brings out both the unique character of the person through the face and eyes, and the work done on the clothes: the marks that shape them into silhouettes, the textures that give them texture, the decorations that become part of the construction.
The chromatic cancellation catalyzes in itself the human and textile matter amplifying their meanings. A variety of bodies, attitudes, physicality, enhanced by monochrome, brings this vision to life.
The shapes of the FW22/23 of VALENTINO PINK PP are sculpted on the bodies: geometric darts that tighten around large volumes, sensual amphora lines, very short hems and lives always marked and bows, ruffles, petals, lace and embroidery multiply.
Everything is pink, nothing is subtracted, both in men’s and women’s wardrobe.
Color homologation is an experimental and deeply human gesture that exalts individuality, summarizing values and feelings. Pierpaolo Piccioli’s pink is also individual and unrepeatable, for which Valentino is collaborating with Pantone Color Institute to create a unique identity.
Below you can take a look at the VALENTINO PINK PP collection show for Fall/Winter 2022-23.