The Emilio Pucci Fall 2014 Collection could have easily signified an animal print stampede for his gilded runway. The Pucci girl roars with a much more sophisticated sensibility this season, playing off the noble roots of the Florentine brand.
The classic motif titled 'Orchidea' makes an appearance on intricate knit patterns and elaborate embroideries and mouth-watering fur intarsias are a new way for the designer to express the classic Pucci graphics.
This season the motifs took on a Navajo meets Inuit tribal quality and the results are especially mixed with spotty appaloosa pony skin. Yards of metal studding and racy lacy high stiletto boots are graphic, punchy and wild but in a savage chic kind of way. The geometrical forms on clothing combined with vivid color make an absolutely extravagant fashion collection.
Savage Chic Sartorials
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