Having led a renaissance that the Italian fashion industry could only dream of, it’s safe to say that designer Peter Dundas has truly revolutionised Emilio Pucci during his time as creative director. Founded in Florence in 1947 by Emilio Pucci, his garments gained international popularity in the 60’s and 70’s for their eye-catching kaleidoscope prints and were glorified by the jet-setter clientele that it attracted. From Gwyneth Paltrow to Anna Dello Russo, his work has made numerous red carpet appearances since the arrival of Dundas.
Adopting his signature sentiment of using colourful and intricate patterns on his designs, Emilio Pucci now features an array of printed stretch skirts, cotton bucket bas, knitted crop tops and silk printed shirts – all employing horizontal stripes and a mesh of varying blues. Team any of these everyday pieces with his navy jersey blazer for an intriguing office look, or opt for his sequin georgette dress for a show-stopping ensemble.