American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Valentino, Rudolph 1895-1926. Italian-born American actor known for his romantic leading roles in silent films such as The Sheik (1921) and Blood and Sand (1922).
“To which I say, “The name Valentino rings a bell.””
“Franca Sozzani, the editor of Italian Vogue, had on a beige silk satin Valentino dress (“From way, way back,” she said, waving her hand), and she stood surveying the jam-packed, train-tripping room with Donatella Versace.”
“The Valentino is probably my favourite challenge so far and I can see myself making it again.”
“For decades, the name Valentino evoked layers of crimson silk chiffon and shimmering satin floating down the red carpet amid an explosion of flashbulbs, the uber-tanned Valentino Garavani looking on.”
“Valentino' is an exciting, inside peek into the glamorous world of fashion,” said Berry Meyerowitz, President/CEO, Phase 4 Films.”
“Born This Way echoes a founding gay-lib document from 1975, when Bunny Jones recorded a young man called Valentino on a song she had just written.”
“VaVa," as the press call Valentino, is with his models in last minute fit - tings, preparing for his couture show, but everyone from his inner sanctum is here.”
“That's a dilemma Valentino will face next spring, when newly tapped designer Alessandra Facchinetti steps into Mr. Garavani's shoes.”
“That's a dilemma Valentino will face next spring, when its newly tapped designer Alessandra Facchinetti steps in to Mr. Garavani's shoes.”
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