Bold, sharp and ornate was the message from Fausto Puglisi, whose talent recently earned him the creative director position at Ungaro. The Sicilian-born designer worked a focused lineup, counterpointing slim, floor-grazing silhouettes with skimpy, flared shapes, all bejeweled with Baroque-inspired motifs in gold and crystals.
Puglisi’s demonstrative pieces were often done in a combo of orange-and-black tartan, tough leathers, wool crepe and printed silk chiffon, cobbled into column dresses with traffic-stopping thigh-high slits, biker jackets and flouncy little skirts, for a look that sometimes winked at Gianni Versace’s signature Eighties aesthetic. 

Bold, sharp and ornate was the message from Fausto Puglisi, whose talent recently earned him the creative director position at Ungaro. The Sicilian-born designer worked a focused lineup, counterpointing slim, floor-grazing silhouettes with skimpy, flared shapes, all bejeweled with Baroque-inspired motifs in gold and crystals.
Puglisi’s demonstrative pieces were often done in a combo of orange-and-black tartan, tough leathers, wool crepe and printed silk chiffon, cobbled into column dresses with traffic-stopping thigh-high slits, biker jackets and flouncy little skirts, for a look that sometimes winked at Gianni Versace’s signature Eighties aesthetic. 

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