EMILIO PUCCI A/W 2014.15
"Entitled Call of the Wild, the show had all the signature Pucci elements – mini dresses densely beaded with the house print in gold; matching heels that laced up the side; second-skin leather trousers with the same raunchy leather side stitching; bulging dyed furs and beautiful silky jersey dresses which, particularly on Joan Smalls in a rich brown to perfectly complement her skin tone, was just as desirable as Pucci can be.
But alongside all the front line sex appeal that Dundas is relied upon by his gorgeous bevy of fashion groupies, there were some less determinedly flesh-baring looks that gave the show an alluring come hither element of sophistication: beautifully cut trouser suits in wine red or bottle green velvet and oversized belted Navajo knits that were apparently inspired by the designer’s Norwegian roots. It was nice to see the Pucci girl allowed to relax just a fraction – and proved she can look just as good without revealing all.” │ via Vogue
DSQUARED² A/W 2014.15
"If, three cities in, anyone is suffering from fashion fatigue, then Dean and Dan Caten have got it covered. This morning they set up a “hospital” for those feeling victimised of the fashion variety as their autumn/winter 2014 charade kicked into action and Sixties glamour – albeit purposefully dishevelled at times – took to the catwalk. Ankles on super high sandals came suitably shackled (for restraint purposes, obviously), and every outfit had an air of Norma Desmond about it, this Hollywood star now hiding behind her bejewelled sunglasses and satin column gowns in the confines of the DSquared2 institution." │ via Vogue