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Catwalk Review: Emilio Pucci A/W 2011/12

27/02/2011 14:56 | Updated 22 May 2015

Emilio Pucci a/w 2011/12. Getty Images

DESIGNER: Emilio Pucci

INSPIRATION: Tyrolea, winter palaces, hunters and Dior fine jewellery designer, Victoire de Castellane, were some of the reference points that designer Peter Dundas pointed to.

TOP LOOKS: Dirndl skirts, corseted hourglasses dresses with bows or collars (in fabrics ranging from signature Pucci prints to rich velvets), elaborate foliage-print frocks, and the slashed emerald green red carpet numbers.

WHO WAS THERE: All the top editors.

WHAT WE THOUGHT: This season, the emphasis at Pucci was on the bust, enhanced in corseted dresses and jewel-collared frocks. Peter Dundas delivered plenty to tempt the red carpet set, from a feathery frock to the sequin-and-silk slashed ballgowns. And it's not just the ladies who will be tempted - the designer debuted his capsule collection for men on the catwalk as well.


See our favourite looks in the gallery below:
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