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VALENTINO GARAVANI TWINY BACKPACK

The Valentino Garavani Tote and Shoulder Bag have always been the house’s most famous handbags. But we were always missing an important style, which is the backpack. And it’s not until recently, when backpack became the new trend, that Valentino started designing their own version. It’s called the Valentino Garavani Twiny

VALENTINO CANDY BAG

Look what I’ve just discovered. It’s cute, small and adorable. And I absolutely don’t mind the bag screaming Valentino wherever I go. So take a look at the Valentino Candy Bag – it’s a new creation and the name alone makes you fall in love, over and over again. So what if

VALENTINO CHAIN SHOULDER BAG

A new shoulder bag from Valentino Spring Summer 2017 Collection is here to complete your summer wardrobe. Ladies, look smoking hot with this pretty Valentino Chain Shoulder Bag. Offering a minimalistic approach and a lady-like design, this Valentino Chain Shoulder Bag is everything you could ever ask for. It’s the quintessential

Valentino: A Tale Of Two Rockstuds

IMAGE: JSK Think Valentino and very often, elaborate, whimsical prints will come to mind, every runway collection from the luxury house a visual feast for the senses. It’s not different for this pair of Pre-Fall 2016 bags either, inspired by Mount Fuji and erupting Japanese volcanoes. Bright and colourful, both bags from

VALENTINO TRIBAL SHOULDER BAG

Introducing the Valentino Spring/Summer Runway Bag Collection. Valentino’s latest collection is greatly inspired by African culture. Seen on the runway are handbags that were hand-painted by artisans and features the Maasai pattern, which was also seen on the beading, this includes the classic Lock Flap and B-Rockstud Bags. Mini tribal masks

Valentino 2017 Runway Bag Collection

Introducing the Valentino Spring/Summer 2017 Runway Bag Collection. Pierpaolo Piccioli has finally unveiled his first creation as the sole Creative Director of the Maison at Hôtel Salomon de Rothschild. The collection presents femininity and romanticism with a funky vibe. Piccioli was greatly inspired by “The Garden of Earthly Delights” triptych,

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