The new Emilio Pucci fall 2020 collection, showcased at Milan Fashion Week, features an array of sexy, cool and glam goodies inspired by Anita Pallenberg, Britt Ekland, and Angie Bowie. Therefore, the line’s late ’60s and early ’70s flare it is totally understandable. “I just wanted color and glamour,” designer Peter Dundas said backstage. “We are in depressing times right now, so how do we counteract that? With dark clothes? I don’t think so. We need something that makes us happy.”
The models walk down the runway looking incredibly hot with those uber-gorgeous and alluring suede over-the-knee boots! Ah, those boots, coming in brown, black, red or beautifully embroidered, were the ultimate sartorial crush! The latest Emilio Pucci fall 2020 collection was filled with stylish pieces with a slightly rebellious and youthful touch. Absolutely fabulous!
Cara Delevingne, Kasia Struss, Karmen Pedaru. Joan Smalls, and Lindsey Wixson flaunted their silhouettes sporting stunning dresses with never-seen-before embellishments, flirty skirts, jaw-dropping tops with encrusted beads, as well as chic coats and capes, and velvet jackets. One could see loads of traffic-stopping elements such as the already famous rococco prints, interesting lace details and an array of wow-worthy effects that guarantee to add maximum interest to any look.
Well, Peter Dundas certainly knows how to surprise the brand’s devotees! The Emilio Pucci fall 2020 collection is definitely one of the most outstanding ones spotted at Milan Fashion Week. And there are so many things supporting this idea.
Sexy yet with a glamorous feeling, the line included pieces that perfectly mixed sensual and prettiness. The color palette featured mostly black and white as well as some delicious pastels and pops of red. Besides, who could resist to those otherworldly prints and baroque details. It’s your time to stand out from the crowd! So, take a sneak peek at the Emilio Pucci fall 2020 collection, get inspired and get ready to turn heads pulling off super-voguish ensembles!
Photo courtesy of Emilio Pucci