Emilio Pucci presented Fall Winter 2016 womenswear collection during the Milano Fashion Week. The collection is a mixtrure of a constant play of proportions, featuring generous coats, protective duvets, cropped blousons, intarsia sheepskin, masculine blazers, zippered leggings, jumpers.
Athleticism. Velocity. Dynamism. Intersecting geometries connect the past and the future, at the rhythm of metropolitan speed. Slim Aaron’s jet-set, in the interpretation of today. The Pucci codes get accelerated, addressing a liberated body and liberating gestures. Fuss-free clothing looks apt for skiing, or Mars-landing. Performance is a matter of surface, texture and line. The look is decisive and fast. Cocooning tops are a new take on the t-shirt. Second-skin jumpsuits and oversized ski jumpers make a statement. Prints: Alpine scenes, moonscapes, refracted archive geometries. Full colors, full patterns. Hints of imperfection: photocopy allover motifs, crinkled velvet and printed silk, raw cuts. Athletic bands define and accelerate the silhouette. Patchworks create visual accumulations on pleated skirts. Shoes are an off-kilter take on the mountain boot. Respectful of the past with a free mindset, the Pucci tribe runs fast, resolutely looking at the now. – from Emilio Pucci
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All images courtesy of Emilio Pucci