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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by Flashbang, Feb 27, 2010.
omg what a perfect show ....perfect dresses ,perfect coats, perfect pants , perfect casting ..
This collection is gross. I know it's Pucci and all but it doesn't have to be as excessive in colour and bad detailing. I think the dresses on Anabela and Kasia are nice compromises between something chic, wearable and a bit more in line with the brand's aesthetic.
OMG, this is too tacky for words.
Where's the talent?
Not bad. Lovely even. I like how the standard Pucci print has been reintroduced in subtle shades ( less saturated than in previous collections anyway ). Some looks are on the verge of being vulgar though... especially that black dress with the sheer/gold detail at the front in #55.
I like everything Mariacarla wore (and that could just be because she wear them well ?), but there's no guarantee the people that buy it will wear it well . The point I am trying to make is that it's not really for everyone . A very limited few can wear this and pull it off to its fullest potential .
I like Anja's red dress at the end as well .
Anyone got a link to a vid of the show?
im drooling. love. it.
love it, cant wait to see the video
Saucy. I'd rather have a Pucci mini dress than a Balmain mini. I love what Peter Dundas is doing with this house.
This is really great. One of the best collection in Milan. Sexy dresses, great print provokative cuts, beautiful details. Love it.
Well, at least he's attempting to incorporate Pucci prints into this. But, I agree with those who think it's a bit sl*tty.
Yuck, this is awful. Tacky Las Vegas showgirls crossed with tacky Miami houswives crossed with Paris Hilton.
I will never understand why people swoon over his work; it is cocktail wear, and of a vey specific kind, that is kitsch. There is nothing interesting about what he does and frankly speaking, he has zero design talent. He does the same thing each season, regardless of what house he designs for (sequins, feathers, fur, excess) and completely ignores the legacy of the brand. At least Williamson responded to the DNA of the Pucci brand, and interpreted it through his own aesthetic.
Besides, Dundas is the lowest of designers. He consistently 'borrows' ideas from other designers work without crediting them and claims them as his own. Yet, blinded by the sparkle of his clothing, everyone ignores it. If anyone had bothered to investigate, they would find probably 80% of his Pucci work in Roberto Cavalli's early collections (where he was a design assistant).
You can watch it on emiliopucci.com on sunday at 15:00 CET
i like the mini dresses! i'm a sucker for metallics and sequins...
it's a nice collection, but i think it's more summer-y than winter-y.
the merdemania continues.
why does every dundas fucci collection seem like an homage to cristof decanirn?
Wow, no words...this collection was phenom!
It's nice to see Peter moving on, this collection finally does look more Pucci than tacky Balmain-rip-off-like. Love the long colourful dress on Valerija, really amazing