The Italy-born designer put delicate florals and fanciful fabrics at the forefront of his AW19 collection.
As the show unfolded, Giambattista set the tone of his latest collection in by sending his first model down the look in a chic grey blazer adorning delicate white floral designs.
And as the catwalk went on, the floral motifs only became more elaborate and vibrant. Ruched dresses featured tight-knit peach and coral designs, while baby blue and pink flower prints mounted a black dress. Lilac and maroon patterns melted into one another on floaty chiffon dresses.
Less traditionally feminine looks came once again in the form of two-piece fitted suits and wet-look trousers in shade on noir and blazer-style playsuits.
Once again, snake skin was the animal print of choice by Giambattista Valli, and he reinvested the design by experimenting with the colour palette of the animal skin.