Friday, September 28, 2007

Emilio Pucci

Italian-born Olympic skier Emilio Pucci first designed ski outfits in the 40s before branching into women's wear. The late innovator of the Capri pant became known for his fabulous abstract patterning which is still highlighting Pucci's Matthew Williamson-designed collection today.

It's hard to find much fault with Williamson's designs, but I'm not feeling these seemingly Native American-inspired pieces. MiniHooHoo needs to cover hers up a bit more, and the other one looks like she had a nightmarish accident with a truckload of dream catchers while on the Turquoise Trail.

On the other hand, these two are particularly lovely. They have gorgeous drape and flow, and I could see either of them on a premier-bound Hollywood glamazon.


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