A minimalist approach to sexy silhouettes, Pucci’s 2013 collection was not one to miss.
Opening with a beautiful collection of radiant white dresses, sewn with dragon and tiger embroideries underneath layers of sheer. The use of chiffon pants gave the collection a mystical element, only adding to the seductive nature of transparent design. The collection’s modern edge was that of a disco party in Tokyo 10 years from now, and had all the heads turning at the event.
The creative director Peter Dunas use of Luxe crocodile, sheer cuts, and beautiful detail work with crystals gave a sexy edge to these elegant designs. Slowly as the show continued specific colors were introduced, from primary to nude tan.
Despite having the classic cuts and exposing materials, Pucci didn’t use their classic fringes and prints. With their use of the aviator jackets in the menswear, Pucci is taking on a whole new customer base. To keep the motive going, embroidered patches were sewn on as well as a modern kimono jacket.
Overall the show was a spectacle of seductive power, with the expose of skin through cut and material playing a large role in its success. The lack of classic Pucci elements, as well as some newly introduced motifs will certainly lead to a sexy collection this upcoming autumn.