Peter Dundas said he focused on extreme lengths for his Emilio Pucci pre-fall collection, which was filled with Seventies references.
The lineup was commercial but somewhat safe, as Dundas stayed in his comfort zone, sticking to signature silhouettes and aesthetic codes. A straight suede coat cinched at the waist was cut long, while a parka with a round hem and a fox-fur collar was short and voluminous. Lace inserts with curved shapes added a graphic touch to minidresses featuring the brand’s well-known colorful patterns or rich beaded embroideries. Dundas also showed a black-and-white version of his signature tailored tuxedos, as well as evening dresses in sexy cuts.