The VLTN logo, used by Valentino in the ’80s, reappeared on shirts and T-shirts. Pierpaolo Piccioli confessed he had never liked it but had been convinced to use it by the young guys on his team who love it. That’s the power of Millennials and that’s why the collection was made to measure for them, with colour-blocked anoraks and technical jackets, zipped or hooded sweatshirts that either matched or clashed with the trousers, ethnic embroidery, cropped leather jackets over classic shirts worn outside chinos, and a masculine take on the ‘pussy bow’ collar. Naturally, there were also denim outfits, track pants with side bands, colourful sneakers and that logo emblazoned across surfaces like the new generation making its voice heard.