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Emilio Pucci Spring/Summer 2016 collection
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Emilio Pucci Spring/Summer 2016 collection

Emilio! A coat of arms and a tattoo-signature. The spontaneous mark of a regeneration.

Fall/Winter 2015-2016 trends: Black and white graphic
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Fall/Winter 2015-2016 trends: Black and white graphic

Immortals colors - black and white are back with a full force in Autumn/Winter 2015-2016. The combination is known for a long time and it is always a classic, but for the upcoming winter season it is up to date, too.

Emilio Pucci Resort 2016 Collection
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Emilio Pucci Resort 2016 Collection

Another beginning, right where it all started, with a new spirit and a founding perspective: timelessly modern, inclusively ageless and immediate.

The Zodiac collection by Emilio Pucci Fall/Winter 2015-2016
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The Zodiac collection by Emilio Pucci Fall/Winter 2015-2016

For Fall-Winter 2015/16, Peter Dundas explores a glistening starry night, celebrating the symbols of astrology and the unforseen powers they behold. The dandyism of Jimmy Page and the glam-goth style of Stevie Nicks electrify the looks and set the vibe. Graphic black and white undulates at the center of this collection, marking it with a modern urbanity, while also rendering homage to Emilio Pucci’s own black and white collection of the late 1950s.

Emilio Pucci Fall Winter 2014-15 - CALL OF THE WILD collection
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Emilio Pucci Fall Winter 2014-15 - CALL OF THE WILD collection

For Fall Winter 2014, the Pucci girl goes in search of a savage chic. Creative Director Peter Dundas creates a quasi-primitive, luxury-kissed landscape for her journey, drawing upon the decorative cultures of ancient Native American and Inuit people. Drawn in earthy colors and rich with intricate handcraft, a surge of animalistic energy pulses through the collection. But the savage is cut with the civil, leaving a rigorously chic refinement wafting through the air.

'Call of the Wild' by Emilio Pucci for Fall-Winter 2014/2015
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'Call of the Wild' by Emilio Pucci for Fall-Winter 2014/2015

In February 2014 during the Milan Fashion Week Emilio Pucci's creative director Peter Dundas presented brand's Fall-Winter 2014/2015 collection full of swinging fringe dresses, fluffy fur coats and lace up trousers.
'Full force bohemian goddess with a slightly nomadic vibe' - that's how the experts describe the creations.

Emma Watson at the GQ's cover
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Emma Watson at the GQ's cover

The young British actress Emma Watson showed impressive skills as a model.

Sex appeal and bohemian charm with the Fall-Winter 2010/2011 collection of Emilio Pucci
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Sex appeal and bohemian charm with the Fall-Winter 2010/2011 collection of Emilio Pucci

This year the collection of Emilio Pucci for Fall/Winger 2010/2011 is full of high bohemian and luxury dresses. For third season the designer Peter Dundas has taken Pucci to a darker, more dangerous place that looks fabulous. From start to finish the collection played like a sexy antidote to fashion’s resurgent minimalism. “I wanted to do something that felt lush” said the designer.

Without doubt this collection is designed for those who walk the red carpet. Long dark purple jersey dress with a scandalous deep cut back was the first opening dress.

Miss Pucci by Emilio Pucci - new fragrance
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Miss Pucci by Emilio Pucci - new fragrance

Emilio Pucci fashion house launched the new perfume for women, Miss Pucci, which is both sensual and energizing. Miss Pucci follows 2007’s Pucci Vivara and the pottle shares that fragrance’s bubble motif.

The scent notes include citrus, rose, orange blossom, jasmine, cedar, iris and white musk.

The ambassador of Italy gave very high praise to prof. Lubomir Stoykov
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The ambassador of Italy gave very high praise to prof. Lubomir Stoykov

Prof. Lubomir Stoykov’s new book World Fashion. Part Three: Italy is already a cultural and aesthetical fact. During its official premiere at Vitosha Park Hotel, it was presented by H.E. Stefano Benazzo – ambassador of Republic of Italy to Bulgaria who is also author of the introductory words. Mr. Benazzo notices: The work of Prof. Lubomir Stoykov has the merit to tell the story of the evolution of the Italian fashion through the stories of our biggest designers from the post-war period until the present, showing that fashion is most of all a result of the labour of really unusually people rather than of more or less inspired persons, more or less anti conformists. I am grateful to Prof. Stoykov, because thanks to him, many Bulgarians who love so much our country, will be able to "understand" the Italian fashion, will be able to explain its language and symbols, rather than only fall in love from first sight.

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