Peter Dundas celebrated five years at Emilio Pucci with a line-up of beaded tunics and Navajo-printed ponchos...
Entitled 'Call of the Wild', Peter Dundas celebrated his five years at Emilio Pucci with a suitably sexy collection packed with the signature pieces that the heritage brand has become known for: micro-minis, vertiginous footwear, heavy embellishment and spray-on trousers. First up were the tunics – what they lacked in hem length they made up for in beading - featuring the fashion house’s hero print in gilded shades. Layered under sumptuous sheepskin jackets, chubby furs and Navajo printed ponchos, they were jet-set fabulous, to say the least. Skinny trousers were worn with peasant tops while gowns came plunging and slashed but still managed to exude a bohemian nonchalance.
Who we saw: Leigh Lezark.
What they wore: A black crop top and printed blazer.
In three words: A Bohemian Rhapsody.