Milan Fashion Week: Emilio Pucci Spring/Summer 2014

Emilio Pucci Spring/Summer 2014
Emilio Pucci Spring/Summer 2014 collection

Emilio Pucci Spring/Summer 2014 has offered its view of fashion and beauty at Milan Fashion Week. What you see will make your mouths water and minds become super occupied. Do not rush to dump all of your old clothimg pieces though – express some patience and respect for your old friends before you are introduced to the newest collection. Once you get a full impression of what the line is about, feel free to behave in any way you wish.

Emilio Pucci Spring/Summer 2014

Emilio Pucci Spring/Summer 2014 collection looks very similar to the brand’s Ready-to-Wear Fall-Winter 2013 line. Maybe it is just my vision or weird memory, but that was the first thing that came to my mind, once I spotted the outfits. Even the background creates this impression, leaving no field for my imagination to work.

Anyway, the collection appears to be very cool and interesting. It offers a wide range of outfits, all stylish and in vogue. Peter Dundas presented an image of a very confident young woman, who does not have any limits. She can easily don a somewhat punk and edgy one-piece suit in black, very seductive and appealing. She will also look awesome in a strapless bustier dress with a black top and bright orange asymmetrical skirt.

You will also spot a couple of outfits here featuring sporty shorts in an elegant pattern. One pair is in black leather with white edges and the other one shows off trendy zebra print. Both pieces are combined with long-sleeved shirts.

My favorite outfit of the show is donned by Joan Smalls. The beauty looks totally irresistible in a brightly-patterned thigh-skimming skirt paired with a flare leather top in black. I like how the ensemble is paired with ankle boots in suede – I would do the same thing. The colorful print of the skirt makes this look very dynamic and catchy, which every woman shoud like.

Emilio Pucci also offers a line of evening gowns. The most striking one is also sported by Joan. It is a deep blue frock with black embellishments along the sides and on the neckline. Seems like there is nothing super extraordinary about the dress, however it amazes with the simplicity of the design and minimalistic styling.

The color palette of the line varies from snow white to disco rainbow, featuring shades of blue, red, purple, gray and black. It is mostly about dresses, in various styles, textures and colors. Good for us – it gives a wide range of choices to even the pickiest lady in the world. Check out the gallery to deicde on your favorite outfit.