MILAN: REDValentino

The latest flagship store from REDValentino has opened in Milan, a gorgeous exercise in ornate minimalism.


The latest flagship store from REDValentino has opened in Milan, a gorgeous exercise in ornate minimalism. Designed to mimic a wonderfully surreal home, this three room boutique was inspired by the dreamy world of fairy tales. Valentino creative directors Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli commissioned artists Nikki Nye and Amy Fleury of Atlanta’s acclaimed Paper-Cut-Project to create intricate wigs for mannequins, in addition to animals and nature scenes also made entirely of white paper. The effect is stunning, a perfect place to get lost in a wonderland of fashion, Milan style. xx Ashley Churchill

REDValentino

Corso Venezia 6, 20121 Milan

Photos Courtesy of REDValentino


MILAN: REDValentino
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