I literally gasped when the pictures loaded onto my screen. GASPED. This line is everything a girl could dream of. That navy dress with the gold embellishments and lace detail on the neck line… I'd sign over the rights of my perpetual first born for. But since that's not in the foreseeable future I'll settle to making something similar on my little Brother sewing machine. Everything is beautiful but all the brocade detail has me. So meticulous… its beautiful. Sorry for the mini novel
I dont usually comment, but the models do seem different in the past few posts. I was reading an article on the NY times website a few weeks ago where the author mentioned the models "gaining a few years and pounds" and I couldn't believe it. Its great to see some of the models with some real life figure, rather than skin stretched over bone. Its depressing to think that any of these women would be considered overweight in any sense of the word.
I love isabeli fontana. I am so happy to see her on the runways in Milan. Pucci blew me away. It was a clever mix of the house's prints it's known for, mixed in with a victorian era style which was beautiful.
It's a little bit funny for me, living in Munich, to hear some opinions that some trousers look like what you call Lederhosen and wear at the Oktoberfest – but the Pucci collection is just great, to say it in one word.
yes… i love this. too many designers just get way to caught up trying to make something new and end up going over board designing clothes that no one would wear. this not only is unique but something wearable.