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Pierpaolo Piccioli Flies Solo at Valentino
The Italian house will not appoint another co-creative director to helm the label, after the departure of Maria Grazia Chiuri.
It has been decreed that in the wake of previous co-Creative Director Maria Grazia Chiuri’s departure, Pierpaolo Piccioli will helm Valentino as its only Creative Director. (If you recall, Maria Grazia Chiuri has been reported to adopt Raf Simon’s old position as Creative Director of Dior.) This comes as a little piece of sad news, for both have been partners for 17 years together.
Nevertheless, both possess a “reciprocal desire of further great achievements”, and we can only do the same.
Read more on Men’s Folio Singapore.