Pucci’s Edgy Spring – Emilio Pucci creative director Peter Dundas continued to deliver rock and roll inspired glam for the label’s spring 2012 showing presented in Milan. Widening the silhouette and adding length, the Pucci woman donned sheer skirts and lace embroidered blouses in colorful, 70s inspired prints. The showing also included big ruffles, waist-tied sashes and mid-drift baring tops for a sexy look at the new season.
Pucci Pretty – Jacquelyn Jablonski looks sexy in Emilio Pucci spring for the March 11th edition of Les Echoes Série Limitée. Lensed by Angelo Pennetta and styled by George Cortina, Jacquelyn dons the rock and roll glam designs of creative director Peter Dundas in the sultry feature.
The Emilio Pucci woman as envisioned by designer Peter Dundas is rock and roll, sexy and elegant–all descriptive words which can be applied to the label’s fall 2011 presentation. Embracing bold prints and baroque embellishments on form-fitting bodices and dresses, ladies take note, these designs are not made for the wallflower but for a woman who wants to be seen.
Emilio Pucci brings color and print to its pre-fall 2011 line. In looks worn by Patricia van der Vliet, Pucci showcases a story of perfect draping and pattern play. Among a collection of billowing dresses and fitted gowns appears tailored separates with pants and blouses for a season of boldness.
The spring 2011 collection from Emilio Pucci brought a sense of rock and roll to Milan Fashion Week with sexy shapes, psychedelic prints and lace-up boots. Under the creative direction of Peter Dundas, the Pucci woman isn’t afraid of showing a little skin or attitude as shown by the plunging necklines and high hems. Accessorized with satchel bags, bandanas and understated jewelry–daring allure seemed to be the overall theme of the show.