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Valentino Couture Feather Trends

by Cristina Muñoz Brown on January 25, 2019

in FASHION,FEATHER TRENDS

We are swooning over these Valentino Couture Feather Trends! Using Stripped Coque Tail Feathers, make-up artist Pat McGrath and Creative director Pier Paolo Piccioli were able to create a romantic yet avant garde look on the runway! Feeling inspired by these blooming feathered lashes? Let The Feather Place help you recreate the look!

Valentino Couture Feather Trends

Luxurious and ethereal, Valentino is known for using Ostrich feathers! Ostrich Feather Fringe and Ostrich Feather Boas always looks amazing fluttering across the runway!

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The Valentino feather millinery designed by Philip Treacy are to die for! Of course we are obsessed with anything feathers, but these Ostrich Feathered showstoppers stole our hearts! We want one of each please! Equally beautiful are the Shocking Pink and Peacock Blue “Stripped & Parried” feathered headwear! Scroll down to see all of our favorites including Kaia Gerber who’s pretty in pink.

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“The show opened with a floor-sweeping saffron evening coat and a truly spellbinding headpiece made of turquoise feathers, one of several Philip Treacy–designed headpieces in the show. Some were feathered, while others mimicked leaves and flowers blooming around the models’ heads, and all of them came in a vibrant jewel tone to complement the richly colored clothes: mint with aquamarine; deep red with lime; neon pink with blush. – Vogue

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When thinking about the hats for the collection, I envisioned this ethereal yet very powerful woman,” Treacy explained in the show notes. “She is almost like a celestial image, and the feathers are thought out to give a weightless effect that follows behind her and underlines the dichotomy between concealing and revealing.” – Vogue

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