Mystic models designed by Valentino’s creative director


Hieratic Medieval Madonnas closed in accolades colorful duvets stand out in the center of the room that hosts the fashion performance of Moncler Genius, the project that sees some great contemporary designers interpret the garments of the luxury brand of Remo Ruffini.

This time it is Pierpaolo Piccioli, creative director of Valentino, who deploys in the spaces of The House of Genius of Soho, in New York, his graphic models, both mystical and futuristic.

Its medieval Madonnas, seen through slow temporal spaces, merge with the idea of essence, which for Pierpaolo Piccioli is the very definition of purity.

The designer has stripped the classic duvet to the essential.

To highlight the sense of angelic spirituality, he worked with the monk and artist Sidival Fila, who created the abstract canvases for the installation.

The silhouettes reveal a couture touch while maintaining a sense of functionality, essence for Moncler.