Valentino's campaign features Benedetta Piccioli, the creative director's daughter

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Valentino has launched a line of decorative cosmetics. Tonal foundations, 50 lipsticks in various shades, eye shadows, powder, eyeliner, and eyeliner are all part of the collection. In addition, the brand intends to release limited edition cosmetics collections inspired by the shows.
Valentino unveiled a campaign to commemorate the launch of the line, which was shot by creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli. The brand's Instagram was updated with photos and videos. Models Jill Kortlev, Devon Ross, Malika Loubek, Harry Browz, and Benedetta Piccioli, daughter of Pierpaolo Piccioli, took part in the campaign.
The cosmetics are already available for purchase on the brand's website. Lipsticks are £ 26 an   d £ 40, foundations £ 46, and eyebrow pencils and eyeliner £ 36.
Earlier, Benedetta Piccioli began cooperation with the Milan modeling agency Woman Management, which is part of the international network Elite World Group.