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Tribal prints and chunky furs from Emilio Pucci Fall 2014

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Peter Dundas pulled all the stops for his Emilio Pucci Fall 2014 collection which he debuted during Milan Fashion Week Womenswear Autumn/Winter 2014-2015 on February 22, 2014 in Milan, Italy.

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As ever, Emilio Pucci has always been about prints and color and this Emilio Pucci Autumn/Winter 2014-2015 collection delivers with its autumnal palette of rust, brown, beige, red, ivory and black, with a touch of pastel pink and dusty blue as it appears in a very Pucci 1960’s inspired print.

Dundas talks about “savage chic” for next season but offers several themes in this autumnal Pucci collection including colorful furs, tribal motif sweaters and lovely evening gowns with plenty of metallic glitz.

Native American geometric patterns also appear on dresses and gowns such as the lovely black turtleneck long-sleeved gown, and a deep V-necked dress in autumnal tones.

Of particular note are the chunky furs in pumpkin orange, browns, beiges and ivory that’ll keep you toasty all winter long. Add to that the cute little cream and dark brown spotted animal print coat and you’re all set…

Enjoy the Emilio Pucci Fall/Winter 2014-2015 collection in my slideshow and video of a short interview with Pucci’s Creative Director Peter Dundas…

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