The Emilio Pucci Fall-Winter Collection 2013 left everyone breathless. On the catwalk is a woman who is determined and self-confident. Peter Dundas, the brand’s designer, has created a unique style for a young woman with cool taste.
The minidresses envelop the body delicately just hinting at the figure, with a straight linear cut and very slight waistline, plus a wide belt, a style that recalls the ’sixties, revisited and modernised.
Short skirts and shorts, cut well above the knee, highlight long legs, covered however with thigh-length boots. Outerwear items are slightly oversized, and options include wrap-around cloaks, furs and double-breasted short coats.
Patterns, which of course are the house’s speciality, are obviously not lacking. They are abstract and rich and filling, giving life and movement to the garments. The use of colour varies, such as black and white, pink and lilac, light blue and mauve, wistaria and red, cream and light dusty pink.
The long boots have a very slender heel, a highly delicate plateau and a slight point. They are made of brown, dark green or bright red suede. The footwear is matched by bucket bags to be worn on the shoulder, sometimes with fringes, at others decorated with appliqués.
A very feminine Collection which plays with different fabrics, even creating sensual transparencies: designed for the positive and carefree woman, who braves the winter with colour and determination.
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