Here It Is: Giambattista Valli for Macy's, the Entire Collection

Macy's previewed the latest installment in their designer collaboration series last night at a private space in the Meatpacking district. Next up, as you know, is Giambattista Valli, whose fun over-the-top flirty Paris show this season was attended by brand devotees like Inès de La Fressange, Lee Radziwill and Olivia Palermo. Valli's mod multi-textured color-blocked shifts have a fashionista following for good reason, so we were excited to see what his lower priced collection for Macy's contemporary division "Impulse" would look like. Valli is all about cocktail dresses, so there were plenty of those--our favorite was the black shift with leopard blocks and a bold red stripe that recalls his spring 2011 collection. The all-over leopard pieces--a chic day coat and matching tuxedo pants--should fly off the shelves, too. It's a small-ish collection, just 30 pieces compared with Karl Lagerfeld's 45 piece collection for the retailer, but there are plenty of perfect party frocks, skirts embellished with petals, and cute sequined tees to outfit you for the holiday season.
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Macy's previewed the latest installment in their designer collaboration series last night at a private space in the Meatpacking district. Next up, as you know, is Giambattista Valli, whose fun over-the-top flirty Paris show this season was attended by brand devotees like Inès de La Fressange, Lee Radziwill and Olivia Palermo. Valli's mod multi-textured color-blocked shifts have a fashionista following for good reason, so we were excited to see what his lower priced collection for Macy's contemporary division "Impulse" would look like. Valli is all about cocktail dresses, so there were plenty of those--our favorite was the black shift with leopard blocks and a bold red stripe that recalls his spring 2011 collection. The all-over leopard pieces--a chic day coat and matching tuxedo pants--should fly off the shelves, too. It's a small-ish collection, just 30 pieces compared with Karl Lagerfeld's 45 piece collection for the retailer, but there are plenty of perfect party frocks, skirts embellished with petals, and cute sequined tees to outfit you for the holiday season.
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Macy's previewed the latest installment in their designer collaboration series last night at a private space in the Meatpacking district. Next up, as you know, is Giambattista Valli, whose fun over-the-top flirty Paris show this season was attended by brand devotees like Inès de La Fressange, Lee Radziwill and Olivia Palermo. Valli's mod multi-textured color-blocked shifts have a fashionista following for good reason, so we were excited to see what his lower priced collection for Macy's contemporary division "Impulse" would look like.

Valli is all about cocktail dresses, so there were plenty of those--our favorite was the black shift with leopard blocks and a bold red stripe that recalls his spring 2011 collection. The all-over leopard pieces--a chic day coat and matching tuxedo pants--should fly off the shelves, too. It's a small-ish collection, just 30 pieces compared with Karl Lagerfeld's 45 piece collection for the retailer, but there are plenty of perfect party frocks, skirts embellished with petals, and cute sequined tees to outfit you for the holiday season. Valli is the fourth designer to collaborate with Macy's for their contemporary line, "impulse." He follows Matthew Williamson, Kinder Aggugini, and most recently, Karl Lagerfeld. “This capsule reflects my enduring loves, but is really a celebration of my biggest inspiration of all ‐ the energy and vitality of women themselves," Valli said in a release. "I love dressing them for all their happiest moments, making them feel as special as possible. This collection is a passport into my world and a chance to experience the passion and romance of my house and Paris itself." The collection is priced between $50 and $150 and will be available in 225 Macy’s stores nationwide and macys.com/impulse on October 26.

Which pieces will you be scooping up?