Emilio Pucci Catwalk Fashion Show Milan Womenswear SS2014
A trip to Morocco inspired Pucci-designer Peter Dundas for his ss14 collection, which was a mix of athletic wear (scuba-diving, motor-racing, trekking, boxing and running), streetwear and exotic prints and African daywear like djellabas and sarouel pants.
But you have to have an extreme body confidence to wear some of those new Pucci-outfits. Dundas shaped black Neoprene into barely-there bustier tops as well as minimal minidresses worn under intricately beaded mesh tubes.
There were also tank tops and track pants embroidered in gold on black net, an allover beaded hoodie emblazoned with PUCCI and the buy viagra from canada year of its birth, 1947, and long dresses made from beaded basketball mesh.
The sporty element wasn’t only for show. The parachute silk of a printed parka, the liquid silver material that was used for running shorts, the draped sarouel-meets-jogging pants— they were practically weightless and cool. We’ll probably see a lot of it back on the streets and in fast fashion stores.