Milan Fashion Week: February 28
Highlights and commentary from yesterday’s Milan Fashion Week runway shows: an astrological motif wound through Peter Dundas’s final collection at Pucci, while Roberto Cavalli did what he does best with a show that deftly mixed sexy and sophisticated.
Fashion Office Bottom Line: Peter Dundas’s final collection for Emilio Pucci represented his revitalization of the brand: a love of the ’70s and rock-and-roll with an unabashedly sexy aesthetic. Fluttery evening dresses, a beaded velvet jacket and astrology motifs on jersey dresses were strong and beautiful, creating an emotional moment for those at the show. Dundas was at Pucci for six years, and through his vision and influence he created a legacy that is relevant and fresh!
Fashion Office Bottom Line: Roberto Cavalli consistently delivers sexy clothes for the glamorous party girl and this collection was no exception. Animal prints, embellished mini dresses, flowing maxi dresses in floral prints and body-baring pleated evening dresses are the signatures his customers have come to rely on. The beauty of his collection is not only the design but the craftsmanship and details that add drama to each piece. Fall 2015 will continue to drive his most loyal customers into the store and back to the party!
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