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Haute Off the Runway – Pucci

Pucci designer Matthew Williamson took inspiration from the Navajo to create a collection of bohemian chic pieces – printed dresses, billowing ponchos and caftans, woven swimsuits, feathered coats and easy, breezy separates in Western-style prints and solids with a primary color palette of maize, brown, yellow, and gold coupled with hot pink, peach and blue.

While the collection itself was somewhat of a stretch – as Williamson strayed away from traditional Pucci-style and added more ‘ambitious’, more signature designs, the handbag collection was extremely un-Pucci. Styles were derived from the 70’s and 80’s – leather patchwork, color blocks, Native American beading, and chevron stripes. The entire handbag collection looked dated and cheap, and seemed more like they were created for an old-school costume party rather than for a modern, ready-to-wear Spring collection.


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2 responses to "Haute Off the Runway – Pucci"

  1. Katie says:

    Holy eighties gear batman!

    I cannot believe how much the 80s fashion trends are slapping us back in the face these days. Bright colours, mismatching and funky styles are definitely back in. Who would have guessed?

    You have a great blog. Thanks for all the posts!


  2. Roli Singh Designs says:

    According to me “I feel making beautiful clothes is an art and it requires creativity and time, to make somebody look beautiful”.

    Roli Singh

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