Massimo Giorgetti’s first two seasons at Pucci broke all the rules; but for his Pre-Autumn 2016 collection, he takes inspiration from the Italian house’s iconic codes reinventing archival prints with modern, fresh and truly covetable results.
From wrought-iron gates and historic stuccos to the modernism of iconic Italian architect Gae Aulenti, Pucci’s Italy is reflected in an array of prints, motifs and cuts. Ostrich feathers and modern geometric motifs are transformed in all manners and techniques; with renewed, typically Pucci exuberance, more is definitely more.
The idea of luxe leisurewear that has typified the label threads throughout the collection in the form of fluid pajama-inspired separates, short sheaths and long dresses that have an insouciant ease. Lean, layered and slouchy – this is the Pucci of today.