A#20 curator Pierpaolo Piccioli incited a monumental artistic dialogue for the Valentino Haute Couture AW2021-22 collection, inviting 15 artists to create garments directly linked with works of contemporary art.
The AW 2020 haute couture collections (and a few legendary archive gowns) as seen by New York-based fashion illustrator Richard Haines.
The Italian photographer discusses his ephemeral billboard exhibition in the streets of Milan: an archival project that found new context after legal confinement across Europe.
Benedetta Piccioli in conversation with Pat McGrath in A Magazine N°20 Curated By Pierpaolo Piccioli
The process behind creating A Magazine N°20 Curated By Pierpaolo Piccioli in Rome, Nettuno and Paris, in a short film by Alexander Silberstein.
Inside A Magazine N°20 Curated By Pierpaolo Piccioli, an insight into the Valentino Haute Couture ateliers as they construct a bow-covered silk cape for the Beijing Daydream fashion show in Beijing, China.
A couture story by Valentino model and friend Mariacarla Boscono, from A Magazine N°20 Curated By Pierpaolo Piccioli.
Musings on the work of Charles H. Traub by Luigi Ballerini inside A Magazine N°20 Curated By Pierpaolo Piccioli.
A portrait series by Pierpaolo Piccioli featuring Philip Treacy’s pink feather hat for A Magazine N°20 Curated By Pierpaolo Piccioli.
Inside A Magazine Curated By Pierpaolo Piccioli, lemlem founder Liya Kebede discusses her collaboration with Pierpaolo Piccioli for Moncler Genius, in conversation with Kimberly Drew.
Photography by Erik Madigan Heck
Styling by Natasha Royt
A Magazine Curated By and Valentino are delighted to announce that issue N°20 has been curated by Pierpaolo Piccioli for an international release on December 3rd, 2019. Based in Rome, the Italian fashion designer was named the sole Artistic Director at Valentino in July 2016, after having first worked under Mr. Valentino in 1999 and maintaining a long working relationship with the house ever since. Piccioli is known for re-awakening the extravagant spirit of haute couture in fashion, with his use of bright colour and grand volumes contrasted by his willful advocation of fashion as a conduit for optimism, diversity and inclusivity.