Pucci, known for its bright palette and eye-catching prints, took an edgier turn this fall, as dresses were designed around high slits and solid black was Pucci’s creative director, Peter Dundas’ color of choice. A darker and more youthful collection debuted, as sheer insets and cutouts added an elegant component to sexy ensembles. However the collection would not have been traditional without a few colors, such as wine, cream, and hues of blue, which made an appearance with beautiful, subtle prints on flowing dresses. Additionally, luxe detailing, such as, leather, fur, and frills complemented the collection.
Giorgio Armani took a literal meaning out of the show’s “Easy Chic” inspiration, as loosely tailored menswear in gray and black suits and over-the-knee cropped Bermuda pants paired with fedoras debuted down the runway. Vivid orange and bright fuchsia almost made you forget that this was a fall collection, as the colors were used well to complement the silhouettes and glamorous additions, such as fur jackets and cocktail dresses that had a day-to-night appeal. Armani’s attention to detail and intricate embellishments were a talent in itself, as the ensembles could have doubled as art.
– Ambika Makin
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