Peter Dundas' Spring/Summer 2015 collection for Pucci at Milan Fashion Week channelled the boho-chic 70s vibe that's been cropping up at various Milan shows this week (see Roberto Cavalli for more sexy maxi-dresses and 70s style).
Dundas used a "sunset-inspired" palette (yellows, pinks, purples, browns, oranges) for his latest collection, sending models out in 70s silhouettes like skinny suits, suede knee boots with fringed mini-dresses and flowing maxis with jewelled necklines and striking tie-dye prints based on the Italian fashion house's archival prints.
The attention to detail was exquisite - just check out the elaborate floral embroidery on mini-dresses and blazers teamed with flared fitted trousers, all finished off with sexy tousled waves and strappy sandals - but that wasn't the only thing capturing the attention of the front-row crowd: Naomi Campbell did a catwalk turn, oozing sex appeal in one of Dundas' flowing chiffon maxis.
Don't miss highlights from the show in the slideshow below - the craftsmanship and detailing is truly a sight to behold - and check out the latest from Milan Fashion Week:
Giorgio Armani Spring/Summer 2015
Versace Spring/Summer 2015