Valentino Shortsleeve Tops

7 items found on April 19, 2019

cashmere top – SALE $349
This orange Valentino cashmere top will be a striking and versatile addition to your spring wardrobe. Crafted in Italy from an ultra-soft fabric, it's been cut with a relaxed fit.
graphic Elder print blouse – $1,490
Seamlessly merging boldness with elegance, Valentino's sleek approach to even the most casual of pieces ensures that you always look stylish. Crafted in Italy and expertly constructed from silk, bloom for this season with this graphic Elder print blouse from Valentino. Featuring a round neck, short sleeves, elasticated cuffs, a back button fastening, a straight hem and a floral print all over it.
geometric print top – $1,490
Quintessence, an almost untouchable aura of aesthetic purity and luxury, characterizes Valentino's masterful works. From boldly-embellished pieces to practical wear with a soft side, the label has it all. This blue virgin wool-silk blend geometric print top features a round neck, short sleeves and a concealed rear zip fastening.
'Rockstud' T-shirt – $990
White cotton 'Rockstud' T-shirt from Valentino featuring a round neck, short sleeves and Rockstud embellishments.
'Rockstud' collar T-shirt – $990
Grey cotton 'Rockstud' collar T-shirt from Valentino featuring a round neck, gold-tone Rockstud embellishments, short sleeves and a straight hem.
poplin oversized shirt – $1,200
Capture the essence of Italian luxury and glamour with the latest Valentino collection as per this black cotton blend poplin oversized shirt. Featuring a pointed collar, short sleeves, a front button fastening and a chest pocket.
Overlay Silk Blouse – SALE $492.65
Valentino "Top " blouse with overlay detail. Boat neckline. Short sleeves. Relaxed fit. Pullover style. Silk. Dry clean. Made in Italy. About Valentino Garavani: Italian designer Valentino Garavani held his first significant show in 1962 at Florence's Pitti Palace, an appropriate setting for his opulent collection. Gorgeous lace, feminine details, gossamer-like chiffon, and a vibrant shade of red were Valentino's hallmarks. Today, Pierpaolo Piccioli honors the house's heritage while adding more modern touches.