Designer Camille Miceli presented her first collection for EMILIO PUCCI titled La Grotta Azzurra, that fuses contemporary way of dressing with the brand’s code. The collection was inspired by Capri, as a symbol of on celebration, colour, joie de vivre and Italian Dolce Vita. With the collection Pucci brings both timeless simplicity and sophistication. Fashion photographer Will Scarborough captured the lookbook featuring models Anyiel Majok, Mila van Eeten, and Ronja Berg. In charge of styling was Imruh Asha, with creative direction and production by Al Dente, and casting direction by Piergiorgio Del Moro. Beauty is work of hair stylist Paolo Soffiatti, and makeup artist Marie Duhart.
“A nomadic, multi-seasonal, multi-destination wardrobe, to be mixed and matched as desired: Camille Miceli has coined a new vocabulary. Pucci’s iconic motifs are reworked in a mix-and-match of patchwork or all-encompassing enlarged or downsized patterns… Geometrico, Girandole, Marmo, Iride, Fagiano, Rombi, Dalia or Pesci are thus transported back to the House’s roots, with a new design process that respects the imperfection of the handcrafted, restoring the poetry back to the original design. The signature detail marking the new design approach is yet another nod to the House’s origins : a new logo inspired by an archival 1953 “Capri Sport” label. This intertwining dual fish, shaped as an emblematic P, is woven as a nudging reminder, into a belt buckle, a pair of wedges or wooden-soled sandals, and can be incorporated into a hoodie or jumper, or transformed into a single earring.” – Pucci