Pierpaolo Piccioli had a really large Monday night time. A number of of his creations for Valentino had been chosen for the Metropolitan Museum of Artwork’s new exhibition “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination,” and the designer attended the Gala with a slew of finest dressed attendees, together with Anne Hathaway, Adut Akech, Troye Sivan, Vogue’s Hamish Bowles, and the resplendent Frances McDormand in a full high fashion look. Amid all that pleasure—together with a not-to-be-missed Instagram video of him dancing with McDormand—Piccioli additionally quietly launched his personal private Instagram account, @pppiccioli. His avatar is a straightforward color-field of his tackle Valentino purple, a shade imbued with a contact extra coral than Mr. Garavani’s unique bloodred hue.
“Social media has never come naturally to me, so I had watched for years, wanting to fully understand the space before I started my own account. I think it is a different language and I had to understand the best way to make it personal enough,” Piccioli emailed Vogue this morning. “Now, with my account, I hope to show my followers what I am inspired by and the people I interact with every day. I’d like to include people in the process, to share the emotions and the human relationships behind every single aspect of my job and my world. I want to share genuine and unfiltered stories through my eyes. I thought that the Met exhibition and the Gala deserved to be told from my own perspective, finally.”
Click on over to his account and also you’ll discover candid pictures of the “Heavenly Bodies” exhibit displaying his personal work and that of Cristóbal Balenciaga and a few candy pictures of his Met Gala dates arriving on the purple carpet. “My posts and stories from the Met Gala show how much fun we had with our guests and a behind-the-scenes of the night,” he stated, revealing a little bit after-party secret to Vogue, too. “I danced all night with Frances, Anne, and Troye to Migos!” A well-earned celebration, we’d say.
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