Valentino's Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli aren't the first this season to look to the life and style of artists for inspiration. This is, however, Valentino so these romantic and often times artistic pieces were made all the more luxe with double cashmere layers, nappa leather smocks, and a host of beautiful (and subtle) prints. Valentino's designers have aimed to elevate their menswear by introducing couture techniques into it, take their made to measure denim from previous seasons. For this season, the designers opted to focus their attention on the remarkable prints, such as floral and animal prints; they caught one's attention without being loud and obtrusive. Meanwhile, Valentino's now-signature summer camouflage made a return, in pop art pattern, like a leather jacket on Ben Allen, though there were more demure iterations. Tailoring was relaxed and carefree, take the plethora of pants they offered, from chinos to printed trousers.