Emilio Pucci‘s designer, Peter Dundas, is the brains behind the look of ‘The Privileged Hippie‘; a hippie with a flair for his signature, cleavage-baring dramatics. For the Fall/Winter 2011 show set in the Palazzo Serbelloni, the garments felt sectarian to the location. We’re talking ruby velvet bodices and dirndls, among other elite-cum-bucolic associations. The details were brimming with bells and whistles (not literally), and the trademark prints did not once disappoint. See the top five looks below!
Francesco Scognamiglio (say it three times fast) is the go-to man for exclusive star style. His designs – especially from Fall/Winter 2011 – are dramatic, and inspired by the feasible relationship of romance and sin. Where cleavage was on show, it was prescriptive. Where grandiose fox hems were placed, there was a connection with the discreet. Where 5-inch, thigh-high boots swelled with Swarovski crystals, leg was visible through the most micro of minis. It was a performance I could watch again and again: truly phenomenal. See the top five looks below! View Post