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I don't mind this at all. Considering what's been happening at Versace and DolceGabbana, it's nice to see someone still doing sexy/trashy/tacky/chic.

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Really unexpected turn. Peter for Dundas added that extra touch to the Pucci graphic patterning, to see it become a "messy gypsy" look doesn't give the label justice (it's also, like what many have mentioned, a very much Cavalli sensibility that he already dominates in).

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I don't mind this at all. Considering what's been happening at Versace and DolceGabbana, it's nice to see someone still doing sexy/trashy/tacky/chic.
True, but there's still something missing from this collection.

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I'm still on the fence with this collection. I really like Peter and what he did for Ungaro and so far for Pucci. But every season he moves further away from what I think of as Pucci.

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the best so far. i am obsessed.

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this is something very different than what pucci usually do.

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too awful. is pucci trying to do ETRO?

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I'm not liking it. It's not as bad as Missoni but I still think these traditional Italian brands are moving into the wrong direction. I understand that they want younger costumers but does that mean you have to gypsy-fy everything? It's too messy for me. And if baring your midriff is becoming so trendy again I'll die.

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Most of this is just pure costume. There are several lovely pieces though. Guess it's the drama in me. XD

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Does Pucci offer its accessories (shoes, namely) for retail? I liked the heels from this collection, and actually the last one too..

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Does Pucci offer its accessories (shoes, namely) for retail? I liked the heels from this collection, and actually the last one too..
Yes, you can actually find a lot of runway pieces on their website if they have online shopping in your country.

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I don't mind this at all. Considering what's been happening at Versace and DolceGabbana, it's nice to see someone still doing sexy/trashy/tacky/chic.
I like it. Easier to "feel" than some of the other collections. Kinda good actually.

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I actually think this collection is quite good. Pucci was never the type of aesthetic that fit my regular tastes to an ace but I've always liked it in a different way. This collection is no different. Yes, it's a bit dramatic and kistchy and loud, but that's a part of what I like about it.

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great show i loved the gypsy feel of it

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