Milan Fashion week can only mean two things: a stampede of beautiful Italians and couture so intricate it makes your eyes water.
We are simply spoilt for choice when it’s Milan’s turn, let’s face it, they are they big guns when it comes to fashion. They house the world largest couture establishments which have stood the test of time, year on year churning out bigger and better collections, each rivalling the other. We their public get to enjoy this performance twice a year in the form of fashion week, and we just can’t get enough of it!
I couldn’t decide which houses collection to edit as I was simply spoilt for choice, each one pulling at my heart strings, however Pucci won me over in the end which its candy coloured signature prints that get me every time.
|Love the beaded hem detail and jewelled cross motif|
|Not sure if i love cara or the dress more|
Peter Dunas for Emilio Pucci lured me in with his 70’s crafted line-up and ultra-thigh-high, second-skin suede boots, if only my legs were that long!
The collection features signature deco prints, colourful furs and seductive animal prints. With baby doll dresses that featured keyhole cut-outs, this assortment had Pucci essence all over it.
|Very boho chic|
|I love this|
|Powder blue jacket|
|Great stucture and detailing|
|In love right now|
The palette was dusty pinks and shades of turquoise blues, with caramel injections throughout. Texture was prominent in Dunas’s offerings with fuzzy fabrics and faux fur, alongside leather and crocheted shorts.
|Signature Pucci that i love|
|I can see me wearing this|
The thigh skimming tunic dresses played homage to Pucci’s famous 1960’s Otto print, with its silk dresses and flounced trims.
The ultimate accessory from the show is fringe; yes it’s making a comeback.
|And this is my style all over|
|Love the fringe|
What I really loved about this collection is how wearable it is, each piece I could see myself wearing.
Who else is a Pucci fan? I am lusting for a Spring Pucci scarf!