Fashion is kind of a craft.
By saying craft we imagine lots of tedious work and a person responsible for its execution. Usually it is being used referring to haute couture, but it concerns also it's more casual sister, the ready to wear collections. The second type of fashion may be not fully hand made, yet not so unique, but after seeing Valentino's runaway in Paris it is difficult not to agree that it is a craft indeed.
A duet of Italian designers, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli, has played with the fabric in all possible ways. The cut it out in complicated, amazingly catching the eye style. They printed it, dyed it, embroidered it and assemble in amazing garments. The aim was finding a perfect spot between over and under exaggerating and keeping it simple and fresh.
This is the art in it's best, defined by remembering past, appealing to the finest arts and replacing it's obsolete character with new spirit, totally suitable for nowadays streets.