For the Emilio Pucci Pre-Fall 2021 collection featured delicacy and subtlety with deep-dive into Pucci’s extraordinary archive.
Wardrobe staples were gently Pucci-fied with archival prints in desaturated cosmetic hues. The color palette felt toned-down to the point of evanescence and silhouettes were elongated and tapered.
Slender blazers were lightly padded and worn over bustiers and matching high-waisted short shorts. All-over printed leggings and bodysuits, which are all the rage today, were proposed by Pucci in the ’60s in the first place.
Slightly sport-infused pieces—a printed anorak cut in smooth satin duchesse; a sleek coat with light padding for warmth and comfort—also looked covetable, as they retained the sophisticated edge and the racy sense of ease.