V is for Victory and Valentino
Yes, fashion fiends; it’s acceptable to perform a victory dance to celebrate the recently opened Valentino store in the Design District. As long as said dance is performed in a pair of heels, flats, or espadrilles from the iconic Rock Stud collection, of course.
The new, two-story Miami Design District location marks an important expansion for the brand and features the innovative vision of merging tradition and modernity that Valentino Creative Directors Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli dreamt up along with architect, David Chipperfield - first for the Milan store and now world-wide, including the Miami store. Stepping foot into Valentino is a very welcoming shopping experience. Unique to Miami, you’ll find the luxury goods displayed in a way that feels more intimate and inviting. The grey Venetian terrazzo with Carrara chippings on the walls allows for the eye to easily spot the colorful bags, clothes, shoes and accessories without distraction and thanks to LED lighting, they look almost as if they are invisibly illuminated.
Standing two-stories high, the boutique carries women’s ready-to-wear, handbags and shoe collections and plenty of the brightly colored designs that complement Miami’s colorful mix of style, like the Rock Stud 1973 Cross Body Bag, Multicolor Espadrilles, as well as color pieces from the Chevron collection.
Also in-store, ultra romantic and classic styles that have attracted some of the most fashionable women from Jackie Kennedy to Elizabeth Taylor to Valentino’s impeccable Italian designs.
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