Things are looking rainbow bright at Emilio Pucci this season, where Massimo Giorgetti's woman has taken on colour with renewed vigour. For his third season at the Florentine fashion house, the designer continued his sporty theme but incorporated more of the house's codes, namely colour and print.
Kicking off with draped tulle dresses in mega-watt hues of cherry, acid yellow and turquoise – sometimes colour-blocked with contrasting colours – and worn with on-tone booties, the designer blurred the line between day and eveningwear. Then came midi dresses, playsuits and buttoned-up tunic shirts in swirling, wavy prints, and later, tighter more geometric prints for a new take on the house's signature motif. The designer rounded things off with a dash of sparkle in his last three looks via sequins adorning a bodysuit, sheer gown and sleeveless dress, respectively.