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Giambattista Valli | Haute Couture Spring Summer 2018 by Giambattista Valli | Full Fashion Show in High Definition. (Widescreen - Exclusive Video - PFW/Paris Fashion Week)
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Giambattista Valli | Haute Couture Spring Summer 2018 by Giambattista Valli | Full Fashion Show in High Definition. (Widescreen – Exclusive Video – PFW/Paris Fashion Week)
Disaster @ 4:42 🤦🏻♀️ And what’s up with the sound?!!!
The really young models ruined the collection in my opinion. Should have booked more experienced crew.
Models walking in mules is making me squirm and run for water 😂
Some of the dresses reminded me of Margiela artisanal ss14, also Prada and Valentino, but nice collection
He needs to be taken out of the chambre asap, the collections keep getting worst every time. Such a waist of fabric 🙁
Some really beautiful pieces there.
A lot of conflicting looks here. What's the story?
some nice pieces not the strongest collection
This is by far the best couture collection … the colors .. the fluidity of the fabrics and the soft tulle … all is superb beyond words could express … Giambattista Valli is a true master !
the girls looked very stressed and tight… I don't blame them I would shit my pants but we want to see fierceness
the collection is high fashion haute couture bliss. but what happened to REAL models that could present an haute couture garment like its meant to be presented?!?! these girls need to enroll in the school of Naomi, Linda, Claudia, Cindy, Helena, Eva, & Carla – and take serious notes.
Surprised to see such young girls in these dresses, but the dresses were beautiful.
same thing every collection, this is getting boring. I appreciate the craftmanship but the designs are always the same.
Most of these models are under 18 and some closer to twelve. That's immoral and wrong. I am not religious or conservative. Money corrupts everything. How many of these girls have already been molested?
ben articolata, mi piace
At moments you could see the work in the garments, and it still worked. Ironically when that happened, I was reminded of when Pier Paolo and Maria Grazia first came to Valentino. Those lacy columns dresses were beautiful. Then there were moments where it looked worked to the point of overwrought. I have a particular annoyance with ruffle explosion dresses. When there’s no shape or form but it looks “fashion” because it’s just ruffle stacked on ruffle. Just because it’s big and dramatic, doesn’t make it fabulous couture. I was quite impressed by that last green monstrosity, though. That showed some forward trajectory.
I don't feel that the collection has a theme! All the dresses seem very unrelated; some are gorgeous but unrelated.
These boots ain't made for walking….
Tami Williams closing the show!
THE GREEN EXPLOSION OF TULLE AT THE END 🌟, VALLI THE LAST COUTURIER!
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