A shock of colours and influences at Fausto Puglisi, a true star rises from Milan Fashion Week.A shock of colours and influences at Fausto Puglisi, a true star rises from Milan Fashion Week. He confronts several inspirations with strength and conviction, from the Queen of England to Diana Vreeland in passing by Loulou de La Falaise. Short becomes long, a punk style is mixed with more classic silhouettes. The sparkle, embroideries and other ornamentations take all the light, on the low cut mini-dresses, asymmetric tops, slim trousers, biker jackets and long skirts. The animal prints and other checked designs equally dare to mix & match. A real energy exudes from this collection. Ye llow, green and pink explode onto the catwalk. A long coat skims the ground, and a skirt with slits reveals the legs. Here the young woman is not feint-hearted!
Fausto Puglisi stated “I like women, and now women must be free, they are free, and they don’t need any diktat from a designer, they don’t need too sexy, too this or that, I mean a woman today can mix the boyfriend big shirt with a beautiful encrusted mini-skirt, she is free, so I wanted to – I have my references, my obsessions, like Diana Vreeland, Loulou de La Falaise, the first cover of American Vogue with Mrs Anna Wintour – that was amazing and Fulco di Verdura as well as the Queen, her majesty and I wanted to develop all of this as well as the punk attitude with freedom and mixing royalty and the street. Music from the show”