EMILIO PUCCI READY TO WEAR SPRING SUMMER 2015 MILAN

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it’s another 70s inspired summer show to add to the long list stacking up here in Milan. But Pucci has a legitimate clam to this territory, as the  late 60s and 70s was when this colorful house exploded onto the collective fashion psyche.

Let’s start with the end of this show because that was truly where this collection took off. Dundas came up with the idea of blending iconic Pucci prints with tie-dye patterns and the psychedelic poster art of his chosen era. The combination made for some killer silk maxi dresses. The designer crafted them with bold jeweled necklines that linked the fabric to the body, or stitched the silk onto beaded bra tops or simply gathered the fabric at the neck.

The Flower Power daywear was also well done. Particularly the first few white crochet looks embellished with dainty little brightly-colored flowers. The designer’s ultra slim pants and fitted flower-embellished jackets showed that Dundas could do tailoring just as deftly as he does flou.

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