“Order/Disorder” was Fausto Puglisi’s quip for Emanuel Ungaro resort. He worked the former via ultrafeminine looks that veered bourgeois, like the floral-printed draped and ruffled dress and a boxy pantsuit in a jacquard that resembled an abstract Prince of Wales. The “disorder” theme came when he injected a younger street vibe, such as with the zebra-printed denim blazer over an ocelot-patterned bra top and jeans, and a coated sweatshirt dress featuring an image of Madame du Barry, Louis XV’s mistress who was beheaded during the French Revolution.

“Order/Disorder” was Fausto Puglisi’s quip for Emanuel Ungaro resort. He worked the former via ultrafeminine looks that veered bourgeois, like the floral-printed draped and ruffled dress and a boxy pantsuit in a jacquard that resembled an abstract Prince of Wales. The “disorder” theme came when he injected a younger street vibe, such as with the zebra-printed denim blazer over an ocelot-patterned bra top and jeans, and a coated sweatshirt dress featuring an image of Madame du Barry, Louis XV’s mistress who was beheaded during the French Revolution.

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