How Valentino redefined masculinity with class

How Valentino redefined masculinity with class

Pierpaolo Piccioli, a man of pure, immaculate sense of class and style went to Liverpool for Jamie Reid. “The graphic designer who worked with the Sex Pistols offered Piccioli usage of two pertinent-to-now slogans that ended up sewn to the backs of Valentino’s menswear coats and on baseball caps” reports Vogue. “Beauty is a birthright, reclaim your heritage” and “It seemed to be the end, until the next beginning” were two expression that matter for the Italian house army of men.

“I loved punk as a state of mind—anarchy of the mind” said Piccioli. “Men have definitely changed more than women in the last two decades. I started this collection by going back to the idea of the gentleman. To me, today it means to be a gentle man. Gentleness is an expression of freedom. Expressing your fragility is the new strength.”

His vision is brilliantly manifested in the masculine, strong collection of Valentino.

Intarsia virgin wool and cashmere-blend sweater by Valentino , leather gloves by Valentino,  black lace-up derby shoes by Valentino , dark green lace-up derby shoes by Valentino,  dark red cotton trousers by Valentino, embellished messenger bag by Valentino. – Available at Luisa World Kolonaki.

How Valentino redefined masculinity with class

Cream wool printed cable knit cardigan by Valentino– Available at Luisa World Kolonaki.

How Valentino redefined masculinity with class

Wool trousers with overdyed check by Valentino. – Available at Luisa World Kolonaki.

How Valentino redefined masculinity with class

Black leather jacket by Valentino– Available at Luisa World Kolonaki.