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When you hear Italian luxury goods, you think Valentino. It’s hard not to, given the fashion house’s history of more than half a century that’s dictated the direction of European haute couture numerous times. The brand is made distinct by its resistance to boring designs. Give this repertoire a shot to get your collection of jackets some of that much needed excitement.
Here’s 20 of their best ones we’re sure you’ll get excited about:
Valentino + Zandra Rhodes Printed Satin Bomber Jacket
Sporty has dominated Valentino’s recent collections, but it’s not afraid to add quirky to the mix, as proven by this bomber in satin. Creative Director Pierpaolo Piccioli sought the expertise of British designer Zandra Rhodes to come up with this velvety piece that’s charming in its elaborate in its illustrations of the night sky. This jacket is lined with cotton and ribbed on the hem and cuffs to provide you ample warmth. Partner this with a dark inner shirt so you could emphasize the drawings of space even better.
Valentino hooded jacket
Valentino is discontent with just giving you garments that are sensible, which this jacket is given its luxurious lamb skin material that will keep the chills away. The Italian fashion house also aims to test the limits of design, which in this case gave a classic piece some of the ruggedness the modern man is likely to look for in his off-duty wardrobe.
Valentino Striped Hammered-Satin Bomber Jacket
Wouldn’t it be nice to have athleisure wear that would double as casual wear too? That’s what you’ll get with this striped bomber from Valentino. It’s soft and smooth, almost velvety, owing to the hammered-satin it is made of. Unlined too, allowing it to become more supple. The jacket would go swimmingly with either track pants or jeans. And convenience is a major consideration too, with zipped compartments put right where you can easily access them.
Valentino mesh panel lightweight jacket
Valentino takes advantage of the trendy athleisure wear that’s taking the fashion world by storm and swings it all the way to their atelier to make something one-of-a-kind you’d think the style is started by the Italian house as well. This jacket may be lightweight but it is mighty damn proud, just look how the high collar is perfectly snug on the neck. The colors are noteworthy, too, and would really pay off if you have the confidence needed to wear them.
Valentino Color-Block Satin And Neoprene-Trimmed Gabardine Hooded Coat
The fashion press has marveled at how Valentino handled the anorak, and now you can have one in your very own closet. We’d recommend this color blocking coat, which mostly is in neutrals black and white but adroitly injects colors to garner some positive attention your way. It’s loose-fitting but not unflattering, and you can wear clothes of varying thickness with ease. The gabardine coat is also roomy in another sense—Valentino made the sartorial choice of putting plenty of pockets that would definitely be handy.
Valentino Couture bomber jacket
Get some of that bad boy vibes black biker leather jackets are famous for in a bomber package with this Valentino that’s proudly adorned with Rockstuds. This Italian-made outerwear packs some punches, without a doubt, and a peek at the orange lining is a wonderful surprise. The pockets are big and the hardware can’t be subdued by even the dark shade. Wear them with the zips closed so you could maximize the impact of the signature pyramid studs.
Valentino Chevron Leather Jacket
Chevron may be a curious choice but for the purpose of the Italian luxury fashion house, it stands for Valentino. The branding is subtler than usual, but it compensates the lack of explicit naming with loud red and seductive burgundy. The leather is conditioned just right to give it the look that seems to invite you to touch it. But while it may look supple, it is still breathable thanks to the mesh lining inside. Pair it with simpler clothes so it could take the spotlight on your ensemble.
Valentino virgin wool blend jacket
On the outset, this jacket looks nothing out of the ordinary, except for its fabric that is oh-so-inviting. But on the rear, you’ll see just how in Valentino is with its embracing of the logomania trend. If it gives off a whiff of the past, that sense isn’t entirely unfounded. Valentino designer Pierpaolo Piccioli looked for inspiration in Valentino’s old portfolio of logos, resulting in this classy virgin wool coat. The black jacket has a pointed collar and fringes on the side to add more individuality to the piece.
Valentino Slim-Fit Colour-Block Jersey Blouson Jacket
Well, well, well, look what we have here. It’s another exciting jacket that’s full of the sporty vibes Valentino is just into these days. Made in Italy, the jacket seems to give a bit of a shimmer, although that’s probably from the well-cut jersey. The open collar, the pockets in contrasting color, and the trims that are ribbed and cuffs all add to the retro feeling the outerwear exudes.
Valentino camouflage bomber jacket
We keep going back to Valentino for a simple reason: the Italian luxury house has mastered the craft of combining two styles in one. That isn’t the only reason, but we’re singling that out for the purpose of highlighting this jacket. You knew you could look tougher in camo, but mixing them in athleisure wear leaves us speechless. The army green complements the midnight blue, so all-in-all, a-okay.
Valentino Black Contrast Stitching Denim Jacket
If you think that distressed denim is just a tune way overplayed by now, then may we suggest this black denim jacket as an alternative? Notice how the outerwear uses bright stitches against the black for contrast and to clearly line the elements of the fabric. Pretty cool, huh? It’s also added with epaulets for that extra measure of military cool.
Valentino loose bomber jacket
Add some variety to your black jackets by snagging this loose bomber that’s contrasted with white thread everywhere. It succeeds in giving the fabric more depth and proves flattering for the wearer. But if you want, this can be just another layer in your OOTD. Yeah, that’s right. Wear the bomber like an inner shirt under a handsome black coat for an added dose of warmth and it will worth perfectly fine.
Valentino Black Leather Logo Patches Bomber Jacket
Through the years, black leather has proven itself indispensable in a man’s closet. Take one today that’s confident of its retro vibes, courtesy of the inclusion of terrycloth logo appliqué in both the front and the back. Made entirely of lambskin, the jacket is smooth and warm. Black and white stripes on the hem and cuffs kick you further back to the decades when this jersey style started becoming a classic.
Valentino Sarajana jacket
If there’s one thing you haven’t tried yet but want to take a hand at today, make it this: kicking with green khaki. Dubbed by Valentino as Sarajana jacket, this is unexpectedly charming thanks to the white stitches that look natural against the green. It’s also made of fine cotton, so you’re guaranteed of quality and breathability.
Valentino Black Velvet Micro Star Bomber Jacket
It might be redundant to some but we don’t think so; be the star of the night with this bomber jacket full of embroidered stars all over. The color looks swell against in the background, and really allows the color to pop out. With the rib knit, the outerwear becomes jock cool and playful. This also comes with a utility pocket at the upper sleeve for whatever purpose you may have.
Valentino Couture bomber jacket
It’s entirely possible to look tough in army green even without the camouflage; just take a look at this! This couture jacket is smooth and will make you look beefier at the right places. If you can’t help but stare at the fabric, go ahead, we’re not gonna contest. After all, it is luxuriously made all the way from Italy.
Valentino Navy & Orange Track Jacket
Without visual aids, you’d probably confine this track jacket to its usual partners—other sporty gear. But if you’ll notice, it looks handsome and probably even stands out more with a buttoned down shirt. This navy and orange jacket will get your imagination going. The utility is taken care of too, right from the zip fastening all the way down to the welt pockets, so you could keep you and your essentials secure.
Valentino Rockstud bomber jacket
Ever wondered if you’d look dashing in red? Why not give it a try with this jacket that employs two Valentino signatures—bloody red and pyramid studs. The polyester looks so smooth but the ribbing on the cuffs and the hem give the jacket more shape. It’s also full of compartments so you can find your essentials when you need ‘em.
Valentino Black Rockstud Track Jacket
Valentino’s really bound to surprise you every now and then because it can’t help but excite you with embellishments on what would be a plain jacket otherwise. Have the model turn sideways and you’d have a glimpse of some shimmer, courtesy of the gold-tone Rockstuds on the raglan sleeves.
Valentino hooded camouflage jacket
Take a breather from the usual colors of your military army green camo; there’s nothing wrong with getting it in blue and white! This windbreaker is a testament to Valentino’s love affair with the print. It’s made even sleeker and luxe cool by the mesh hood, crumply fabric, and concealed zipper.
If you’re doing your wardrobe a makeover, do yourself a favor by getting a Valentino. Besides the warmth and style it could afford you, you’re also keeping for yourself a symbol of Italian glamour, something you indubitably deserve.
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