Stylish Threads: Emilio Pucci Fall/Winter 2014 Collection Preview

 

Emilio Pucci held a preview for fashionistas to take a look at the latest from the fall winter 2014 collection at the brand's newly opened store in IFC mall. 

Creative Director Peter Dundas was inspired by the culture of the Native American and Inuit people, using a color palette of earthy colors that is brought to life with handcrafted embellishment. Pucci's trademark print is reimagined in several designs, giving dresses and wraps a contemporary touch. 

Meanwhile, silver studding, 3D patterns, beaded and threaded embroideries and intarsia fur is a further nod to Navajo culture, not forgetting the chic elements of the Italian fashion house. Fur plays a key role in this season's look - fox fur is woven, and wild horse Apaloosa patterns are printed on calf. If you pick on a subtle vintage feel from the collection, it is also due to the 1970's-inspired silhouettes that border masculine and feminine, not one or the other but both, giving a feel of functional and frivolous. 

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