This is Camille Miceli’s latest collection for the Italian fashion house that mixes color combinations, reworked prints and a unique spirit.
Reimagining the most prominent references of the 1960s through an updated vision, the designer gives rise to new motifs and treatments of materials. Organic shapes, geometric figures, floral prints and psychedelic effects are combined with silky, extravagant fabrics and contoured silhouettes.
Red dominates the colour palette, paying homage to the Palio theme. Knitwear is updated in cashmere garments to highlight PUCCI‘s signatures, where the gradient punching technique leaves no one indifferent. Other highlights include mesh catsuits with tattoo effects and faux fur waistcoats with fluffy collars, down coats and street-chic boots in white patent leather. Last but not least, this season sees the debut of the Pucelli, a sophisticated bag in thermo-folded lamb and calf leather.
“I wanted to explore new dimensions of fashion while remaining accessible. I love that it’s a boring wardrobe of wearable statement pieces, so that everyone can take their PUCCI personality even further,” says Miceli.
And speaking of new collections… Why don’t you take a look at ‘Thermal’ by RAINS?
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