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Men’s Paris Fashion Week: Valentino Fall/Winter ’18

Pierpaolo Piccioli ended the day with a must-see collection...
Pierpaolo Piccioli's artistic vision for the menswear arm of Valentino has just been showcased at Men's Paris Fashion Week...

Pierpaolo Piccioli has radically changed the aesthetic of the brand by blending both traditional sartorial cuts and a state of punk-meets-streetwear since taking the reigns solo at Valentino (after Maria Grazia Chiuri’s made her exit from the label).

Last night at Men’s Paris Fashion Week, the Creative Director took on a new direction for the brand’s Fall/Winter ’18 menswear collection. Presenting outerwear and formalwear with unexpected twists, the runway unfolded a collection that brings “freedom for men to be exactly who you are”. 

According to WWD, after the show, Piccioli said: “I think this is a moment when men are thinking about themselves. After centuries of rules, men may be in these [last] three decades are trying to express themselves”. 

Dominated by a dark colour palette — think black, blue and grey — the collection came complete in forms of sweaters, track pants, jackets, tees with the VLTN logo, the season’s new Valentino Garavani messenger bag and other coveted accessories. 

Discover the Fall/Winter ’18 collection here…

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Then, browse through Off-White’s new seasonal collection