For the past few years it’s been nearly impossible to review a Valentino collection without discussing one iteration or another of the brand’s iconic Rockstud bag. However, a year ago Valentino chose to shy away from its beloved Rockstuds and introduced a Rockstud-free handbag for Spring 2019.The VRing bag put a focus on Valentino’s brand new V logo, and though this season the Rockstud is indeed back, the focus remains largely on Valentino’s bold logo. On the Spring 2020 runway, Valentino has introduced a new bag which showcases a magnified version of the brand’s gold V logo. This collection largely focused on this new shape, which was shown in two sizes and appeared in smooth leather as well as novelty versions.

This collection also featured a return to the brand’s iconic Rockstud, and Valentino introduced a micro version of its beloved Rockstud Spike Chain Bag. Existing sizes of the bag were also shown on the runway in bright, bold neon colors. The Valentino Garavani #RockstudSpikeFluo bag is already available online and in-store in Paris Avenue Montaigne, Paris Saint Honoré, Milan Montenapoleone, Beijing Sanlitun, and Tokyo Ginza according to the brand’s instagram. The collection also featured seasonal bags in fabrications such as feathers and raffia. Take a look at the bags below.

[images via Vogue Runway]
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Aliza Zibkoff
Aliza Zibkoff
3 years ago

I’m not much for logos but I can deal with the monochrome logo on bag schemes. The big honking gold “v” logo however is just way too much for me.

Jerri R
Jerri R
3 years ago
Reply to  Aliza Zibkoff

My thought exactly!

Lori
Lori
3 years ago

Hmm, not quite there. That logo is just too much. But the tiny bags are cute.

Emma
Emma
3 years ago

I love this collection! The humongous “V” is stunning, simply gorgeous!

Sam
Sam
3 years ago
Reply to  Emma

Gorgeous? Stunning? Really?

Emma
Emma
3 years ago
Reply to  Sam

No, it’s sarcasm.

JH
JH
3 years ago

The monochrome bags with the matching logos that are smaller are okay but the larger monochrome logos look cheap to me. The metal logos are just too much and the huge logos on the mini bags are horrid.

MademoiselleConnasse
MademoiselleConnasse
3 years ago

Huge logo hardware for the pathetic woman who needs to signal her social status to everyone at the mall.
Overplayed studs like it’s 2014.
Valentino is spiraling down the toilet.

Sparky
Sparky
3 years ago

The fringed bag is nice. I’m not brave enough to buy a white bag! Big logo kinda weird.

seattleminimalist
seattleminimalist
3 years ago

Not really liking the large “V” logo. But I’m sure others will.

Jerri R
Jerri R
3 years ago

The conspicuous humongous gold logo makes it look like Mario Valentino, which I despise.

Also, ostrich feathers, really? Even if we set aside the social issue about using feathers for adornment, those feathers make the bag appear extremely high maintenance and stupid.

Boy Gaga
Boy Gaga
2 years ago

I never loved logos. Small tonal logos are OK, but logo big as a bag looks very strange. I love neon-colored Rockstud Spike bags ever since they introduced neon collection. I should mention that clothing in this collection is amazing! Everything what I like is here: feathers, volumes, bright and white colors.

Sarah Fleur
Sarah Fleur
1 year ago

The logo has been stolen from the brand Divadelic. Already created 2015. look at http://www.divadelic.com

GG Pastel