Velvet is one of the coolest trends of the next winter. It is ideal for the coldest seasons and is classy, soft and enveloping to the touch. Its origins date back to 1200, when aristocrats and emperors emphasized its preciousness by choosing it to tailor royal and sumptuous clothes, that often were enriched with embroideries and furs.
The designers who chose it, Alberta Ferretti for her collection of pajamas dresses and suits, by giving them a fantastic and fairytale allure; Valentino with his velvet midi dresses was a real revelation on the Fall/Winter catwalks 2016-17, and this isn't all: during the last Festival de Cannes Blake Lively was photographed with a velvet dress in mustard colour, designed by Valentino.
How to match the velvet?
1 Imperial Style
Long dress imperial style, classy and refined, enhances the women's silhouette. To be matched with the Roger vivier ballerinas made with silk and swarovski
2 Boyish Revival
Frac jacket in velvet by Roberto Cavalli to be softened with basic pieces: jeans and a white t-shirt
3 Pajamas Effect
To be worn with a pair of sneakers in the daytime to get a sporty look, with heels in the nighttime. The women' suit, jacket and pants, is the perfect mix between comfort and elegance!