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MFW: Emilio Pucci’s eccentric Fall/Winter 2018 collection

A modern Kaleidoscope


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Emilio Pucci unveiled their Fall/Winter 2018 collection during Milan Fashion Week and brought a splash of new Fall colors that may become trends during the upcoming season. The Italian fashion house used various hues of dark magenta, bright turquoise and teal, and casual black to contrast certain outfits.

Exhibiting the bond they share with their American customers, actress Marilyn Monroe‘s to wear Pucci’s blouses inspired their design team this season. The collection featured stylish puffer jackets and colorful overcoats with distinctive patterns. From magenta cashmere and blue collared coats, Pucci still managed to perfectly represent the brand’s sophistication, even after abruptly losing Massimo Giorgetti as creative director.

Pucci’s flirty colors set the vibes for the modern woman in a jet set world. Unique choice colors on a cozy teal cape styled with blue trousers made its debut on the runway. Sea foam green stood out in many lovely pieces as the team used a simple black that added elegance to the leather pieces.

Pucci’s team incorporated the blouses Monroe enjoyed wearing by the designer. The actress’ simple tee was reminisced and replicated in a coral long sleeve maxi dress, which she wore while rehearsing for her “Happy Birthday, Mr. President” performance. Trends we typically see in the Hollywood industry were referenced as Pucci unveiled a khaki textured turtle neck and multi-colored skirts with unique patterns. Quilted pieces made their statements during the show in forms of jackets, v shaped crop tops, and elegant pencil skirts.

Pucci’s design team clearly has remained faithful, using admirations from the fashion house itself. With no confirmations yet, the question of who will takeover Pucci is a thought still lingering in the fashion world.

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