Ever since March, our lives have drastically slowed down. The fashion world, where visuality is very important, has had a hard time getting used to the new reality. However, more and more smart solutions are emerging, such as organising online fashion shows and showcasing collections in innovative ways. Italian fashion house Valentino, on the other hand, has been sharing its iconic campaign shots and designs with the #ValentinoTimeCapsule hashtag, inviting us to go back to the past and take a look at some of the brand's most unforgettable looks.
Striking sculpted bottles, designed using shapes, were created by Serge Mansau. Published as part of the Vendetta fragrance launch, the photos reflect the natural world and historic house codes, including pleated fabrics.
Herb Ritts put the iconic model Christy Turlington in front of the camera with a pair of white denim pants. Christy's iconic photographs posing with four naked men for the Valentino Jeans campaign made a lot of noise.
The model Amy Wesson, who appeared in front of the camera in venues resembling movie decors, was shot by the famous fashion photographer Steven Meisel for the Valentino 1997 Spring/Summer advertising campaign.
For the opera La Traviata at the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma, directed by Sofia Coppola, all costumes were designed by Pierpaolo Piccioli and Maria Grazia Chiuri at Maison Valentino.