Here's what Pier Paolo Piccioli, who, with Maria Grazia Chiuri, now helms Valentino, described his collection's muse: "She's kind of a delicate, romantic contemporary fairy princess who's walking in this digital enchanted garden..." In other words: visible breasts.

A straight-up gorgeous, dream wedding gown.


Down to the color, I feel like we all had this pillowcase under our heads at at least one sleepover of the 1980s.


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What are you looking at? What, my completely transparent lace suit? Get your mind out of the gutter, pervert.


And if you came upon this woman on the street, it would be a tough call: to stop her and whisper, "um, I think you forgot your camisole" or assume it was deliberate?


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Aw, digging this nod to old-school Valentino glam.


This one? Yeah, not so much.


For the arcangel in your life.

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