Sexy boho chick and sublime prints – this is briefly what Emilio Pucci fashion house suggests for the fall 2010 winter 2011 season. With the army of world top models including Abbey Lee Kershaw, Freja Beha Erichsen and Natasha Poly, Peter Dundas proved that his third collection for Emilio Pucci was “a sexy antidote to fashion’s resurgent minimalism”. No more talking about crunch ladies, this time Pucci wants you to turn into a luxurious hippie.
I love Dundas for his fascination of a dip-dyed purple which is less striking than pink but more mystical than red (which he mastered in a total look too). He decided to open his collection with a long jersey dress in an archival house print called Capri that initiated other Capri-based garments like a long skirt and a scarf.
This collection featured lots of glamorous dresses with high-drama slits and trailing hems. Fringed scarf dresses, metallic, lace, turtleneck (so hot in fall 2010!), body-con dresses and red carpet gowns decorated with rich embellishments made a truly big impression on the audience. For those who prefer pants, Dundas suggests 70s’ inspired high-waisted bell bottom pants with a little rock ‘n’ roll flair. This is exactly what I call a glam-hippie fashion with an attitude.