First things first, I definitely didn’t love all of the Pucci collection, in fact, those zingy colours combined with 60s style paisley prints was a little all over the place for me and just too much. I did however like some of the collection, or at least certain elements anyway.
I mean, I wouldn’t mind one of those transparent rain macs adorned with multi-coloured geometric crystals, just for fun. Possibly the most glam rain macs in the world?
Pucci took fringing to a whole new level, literally. Floor grazing fringed cuffs? Now, that’s asking for an ankle sprain, certainly no good for someone like me who trips at least 4 times a day and is constantly hungry no matter where I am. How awkward would that be trying to eat?! On a diet? Get yourself some extreme fringed cuffs. I do love Pucci’s creativity with fringing but I do prefer Ferretti’s version. I loved something about the vivid orange one shoulder gathered dress; I just wish the bottom of the dress were shaped differently somehow.
I also really loved the shocking pink all fringed dress and those dreamy tailored crease-front flared suits in blush/nude and cornflower blue – the metallic sheen and large crystal circle zipper was a nice touch. I’m excited to see what else Massimo Giorgetti has in store for Emilio Pucci and his futuristic visions are quite interesting nonetheless.