Valentino is a fashion house that has been highlighted by the making of its pieces Outdoor Crafts, the elegance of its designs and the ability to draw a perfect feminine silhouette. Its legacy is unparalleled, but throughout its history has been embroiled in a seesaw of misfortunes, especially after the withdrawal of Italian designer Valentino Garavini in 2008. In the last four years, its creative directors Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli have made the brand to positioned back in the irregular map of fashion world. Its bet has focused to give a contemporary twist to the traditional heritage of the house, its designs play with notions of fragility and beauty, and always seek to represent the spirit of the age. These premises have been reflected in their different collections and in its latest proposal was no exception. Recently, during the fashion week in Paris, unveiled its couture line for spring / summer 2013. The collection stole the attention of the whole event and was considered the most prominent of all week. A taupe dress with bell cut skirt and a patterned red scrolls, announced the start of a parade that was characterized by delicate garments and fine style that highlight the natural elegance of the female form. The design of the clothes have embroidery and crystal ornaments subtly embedded in layers of tulle and chiffon. In each of the dresses you can appreciate the attention to detail and a delicate garment completely.