EMILIO PUCCI Fall-Winter 2014/15

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For the Fall-Winter 2014/15 Collection, EMILIO PUCCI brings out the animalistic side hidden within every Pucci girl. Drawing the essence from ancient Native American and Inuit culture, creative director Peter Dundas creates a quasi-primitive, luxury style for the coming season. Combining intricate handcraft embellishments with earthly colors and savage cuts the looks leaves you a rigorously chic look.

Dress HK$72,230 & Boots HK$25,070

The collection focuses on combining different materials together to create a sophisticated texture that is decorated with striking graphics of indigenous tribes. The metallic embellishments give the pieces elaborate 3-D patterns that complement the feral graphics and the sharp earthly tones.

Jacket HK$30,490 & Shirt HK$10,400 & Trousers HK$17,040 & Sandals HK16,330

Blurring the lines between masculine and feminine, the collection also features looks resembling 1970’s fashion elements. The long, slim silhouettes created from wide legs or lace up trousers is contrasted with the open shirts and long jackets.

Fur HK$194,680 & Dress HK$30,490 & Boots HK$18,860

The fur pieces unleashed in this season’s looks brings out a wild, untamed bestial persona. Again, combining different materials to create unconventional contrasts, the styles presented fascinates you with the texture combinations highlighted with the primal patterns.

Long Dress HK$24,440

The brand’s evening looks this season are gilded with gold a tribal, geometric pattern that shines against the darker colors in the evening dresses. The revealing cuts creates mesmerizing looks, finished with laced up in weave stiletto sandals and deer skin boots to create an alluring animalistic glamour!

Long Dress HK$35,520


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