Milan Fashion Week AW 2014: Emilio Pucci

Thursday, 27 February 2014




Inspired by Native American and Inuit prints and fabrics with a dash of seventies American Hustle suits, Peter Dundas presented yet another fabulously sexy show in which cowhides, ponchos, blankets and furs were very coherently mixed with silver studs and vintage Pucci prints. Flesh is always on display where Peter Dundas is involved, but the designer always manages to keep it elegant through the quality of the fabrics he uses and the impeccable fit.

Among my favorite looks are the green and brown fur-lined coats paired with straight above-the-knee dresses, the colorful mini-dresses, the brown leather jacket with wide white fur lapels, the two white sweaters with fringes on the sleeves paired with brown leather trousers, the sheer blouse paired with high-waisted green leather trousers, the cowhide mini-dress, the yellow gown, the dresses with vintage Pucci prints and of course the skin-colored wonderfully crafted dresses that ended the show. Here's my selection of the most interesting looks from the runway:














































































Take a moment and just look at how fine the embroidery is, every garment was beautifully crafted to the smallest details. I really liked this collection, what did you think about the show? Do oyu have any favorite pieces?


Photos: Monica Feudi / Feudiguaineri.com

1 comment:

Sam said...

Thats saffron yellow look and the floral maxi gown, I swear I saw nothing further than that, it was magnetic! It was great hearing your thoughts, Happy Friday dear!

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