Valentino’s Florence Pugh Collection Is All About New Beginnings
Valentino haute couture is a returning force, but it’s also looking to the future. The Italian label has been on a tear lately and it’s not just because of its recent collaborations with JW Anderson and Astrid Andersen. The brand is ready for its moment in the spotlight once again with its Couture 2021 collection, which was inspired by Florence Pugh’s “New Dawn” film. Valentino is a brand that I have always admired. The pieces are always so beautiful and they fit perfectly into your wardrobe. I recently got the opportunity to collaborate with them on a new collection called New Beginnings, which is all about celebrating new beginnings and starting over again. Well, whatever it is, this collection will be sure to make any celebration even more special!
Valentino Haute Couture is a new beginning in the world of fashion. The collection is inspired by the idea of new beginnings, as well as life’s transitions and changes. The pieces are designed with clean lines, sharp silhouettes, and minimalist details all underscored by Valentino’s signature elegance and subversion of traditional norms.
The collection is inspired by the new dawn, a renaissance, and the renaissance of art. Valentino Couture is an edgy, modern take on classic couture and it’s so much more than just beautiful gowns. The label’s latest show at Paris Fashion Week was filled with bold colors and patterns that were reminiscent of Marie Antoinette’s 1789 wedding dress or even the iconic Mona Lisa painting itself and that’s not even mentioning how many looks featured fur jackets!
Florence Pugh is an actress who has appeared in films such and The Favorite. She was born in London, England and now lives in New York City.
Pugh’s career began at age 13 when she landed her first job on a local television show called “The Goodies”. At 16, she moved to Los Angeles with her family where they founded an acting school called The Florence Academy of Acting. After graduating from high school at 16 years old, Pugh made her film debut playing a young woman named Ella who falls for Jack Lemmon’s character (played by Walter Matthau) in Sidney Lumet’s drama Before The Rain (1976). This was followed by performances on shows like Murder She Wrote and Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous before landing parts in smaller projects like winter wood (1979), Quadrophonic (1979), and Breaker Morant (1980).
Valentino’s haute couture collection is inspired by a new dawn
The Valentino Haute Couture Spring 2019 collection is inspired by the first rays of light that appear in the morning. The collection was designed to celebrate rebirth and renewal, with classic elements like lace and fur replaced with modern silhouettes like leather jackets, oversized blouses, and flowing skirts.
“The Inspiration for this collection came from my love for nature,” says Pugh. “I wanted to create something that felt dreamy and feminine at once.”
Pugh’s Valentino collab is all about new beginnings
You might be thinking: what does a brand have to do with Valentino’s Florence Pugh Collection? Well, the answer is simple. The designer is inspired by the archives of his existing collection and has created new items that are special enough for those sweet moments.
Pugh said she wanted her collab to be about new beginnings the point where you start something new. And she did just that with this collection! The pieces are all inspired by some of Valentino’s most iconic prints, but also feature unique details like gold hardware or embellished fabrics (like leather). They’re perfect for those special occasions when you want something more than just plain old black jeans and tees.
On Instagram, she said, “Valentino has always been a brand that I have looked upon with awe and respect. To be invited to visit this beautiful place with its rich history, and to work with a creative team whom I admire so much has been truly incredible.”
Valentino has always been a brand that I have looked upon with awe and respect.
The collection is inspired by the Italian city of Florence, where Valentino was founded in Rome back in 1946 by Renato Valentino. The house’s signature lace embroideries are visible throughout, as are references to their other iconic pieces such as ‘La Pazione’ bag (inspired by an old Florentine painting) and ‘Sleeping Beauty’ gowns which can be seen here too!
The pieces are special enough for those sweet moments at home but also perfectly wearable on the street or evening out with friends whether it be just before bedtime or after dinner when you want something more casual but still stylish.”
New beginnings are worth celebrating
We all know that new beginnings are important. They can be exciting, scary, and, sad but they are also a time to reflect on your life and what you’ve learned so far.
In the winter of 2020, Valentino unveiled his latest collection titled “New Beginnings” at Milan Fashion Week. The collection was inspired by the idea of rebirth as well as renewal in life; it features both classic pieces with modern touches as well as futuristic designs that speak to today’s society (and its consumerism).
In Florence Pugh, you have the perfect opportunity to create the life of your dreams. And remember: it’s never too late to start!
The best part is, if you follow through on what makes you happy and confident in yourself, everything else will fall into place. So, let’s get started because we all deserve a new beginning! Valentino’s Florence Pugh collection is all about breaking new ground. We’ve seen a lot of signature looks from the brand, but this one might be my favorite. It’s not too over-the-top like some designers’ collections can be, and it’s just right for a new beginning.