A cut above

Valentino

Hong Kong Tatler - - Style File -

Be­spoke tai­lored denim jeans, a “suit” made up of a cash­mere T- shirt worn with match­ing trousers and py­ja­mas worn as day­wear: Valentino has rewrit­ten the fash­ion rules this win­ter. The deep blue cash­mere longsleeved top worn with match­ing trousers was sur­pris­ingly sharp and smart— and, de­pend­ing which in­dus­try you’re in, could be fea­si­ble for the of­fice. Sim­i­larly, the navy py­jama suit: in pin­stripe, the tai­lored trousers worn with a looser top could gen­uinely work as business wear. Only the house of Valentino could make in­tar­sia look taste­ful and fresh. Prints popped up as cam­ou­flage su­per­im­posed on a herringbone suit and as geo­met­ric mo­tifs on hunt­ing jack­ets, pea coats and shear­ling coats. Which­ever way you look at it, Maria Grazia Chi­uri and Pier­paolo Pic­ci­oli’s in­no­va­tive col­lec­tion en­sured Valentino re­mains a cut above the rest.

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