Monday, March 1, 2010

Macabre Fashion: Emilio Pucci Fall 2010



I have a Pucci beach bag. I purchased it because it was in terry cloth and had a brightly cheerful, busy print.  It was exactly what I expected from Pucci, and I use it when I don't want to scare away the kiddies on the sand.  However, the Italian designer surprised me this week with their showing of very dark, dramatic looks.  The classic geometric wavy prints were reinterpreted in a tonal black rendition.  Fringe, fur, feathers and velvet took the place of the floating silks I had come expect.  Has this iconic design house joined and come to the dark side? You be the judge...

1 comment:

Lady Evyan said...

Good Evening,

I've been following your blog for a few weeks by now. Wonderful information, too bad that I live in Portugal and all of those goodies always seem to be miles away...

I have a little space of darkly inclined creations myself and I invite you to visit if you wish, even though it is written in portuguese and I don't know if you can understand.

By the way, macabre is the vision of the second manequim legs...

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