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2013 Valentino Fall/Winter Collection

By Brian Pho


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There’s a known disparity between the fashion that’s currently on the go and the styles designers are developing. For example, I’m not into fashion but I do know the spring/summer season has started, while fashion designers are working on the styles for autumn/winter. We find Valentino’s Fall 2013 collection particularly worthy of our interest, women-wise, as it will include a series of T-strap pumps which will definitely be loved by many. And, matching the shoes, a collection of fine bags have just caught our eyes.

The Valentino FW 2013 Trunkshow Collection was displayed at Moda Operandi’s trunk show, ended on the 24th of March. Deliveries for eventually purchased pieces will reportedly happen between the 15th of July and the 15th of November 2013, just in time for autumn. Let’s check them out separately now.

The first of the lot, the Scarlet Lizard Tote, is a gorgeous two-tone lizard skin Valentino with double handle. As practical as it is gorgeous, the bag sports a turn lock clasp closure and all sorts of golden additions. Entirely crafted in Italy, it can be purchased for $7,240.

The Ivory Croc Double Hand Bag boasts a rather interesting shape and, alongside the name Valentino and the crocodile leather manufacture, it bestows exclusivity and elegance to the wearer. Boasting a minimalistic design with double handle, exposed zip top closure and gold pyramid stud pieces, this Italian-made tote can be yours at $20,430.

The Blue China Croc Clutch is crafted from exquisite crocodile skin and boasts with a rather joyful livery. This stunning en vogue piece features a gorgeous front strap detail. Priced at $10,130 a piece, it is yet again made in Italy.

The last but not the least is the most delicate of the lot – the Waxy Rose and Pearl Minaudiere. With its superb satin-look and combination of punk and missy styles, alongside the pearl stud garnish, this Italian beauty costs $4,050.


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About Brian Pho

Brian is a freelance writer and journalist with a passion for technology, gadgets and home innovations, a love for travel and a keen interest in anything that moves, whether it's cars, planes or yachts. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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