February 24, 2013

Micro-Mini Silhouettes And Rococo Prints In The Emilio Pucci F/W 2013 Show

Peter Dundas’ view of the Fall/Winter 2013 season translated into feminine and flirty looks with micro mini hemlines balanced by suede boots stretching way above the knees, as well as rococo prints, a signature element of the Pucci brand, sprinkled on dresses, on silk skirts worn with tops with sparkling beading and on short shorts worn with tops featuring fluttery feather appliqués.

For nighttime, the Pucci extravagance translated into sensual dresses with transparent veil inserts, delicate lace embroidery, intricate beading that sends sparkles with each and every move of the body, extravagant fur or plumage accents, and gold embroidery with a royal allure.

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