Emilio Pucci Spring 2014 Collection

Posted on September 25, 2013

Emilio Pucci Spring 2014 Collection






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  • Blair Sylvester

    not really my cup of acid but i do like the last few gowns

  • So, are “important” belts going to be an important thing this Spring?
    The rainbow sequined drag queen mini made me smile.

    • Linda LaPaz

      I liked that one, the black top with the print jodhpurs, and a lot of the simpler dresses, but that’s about it.

    • sleepycat

      Honey, if was made in my size and could afford it, I would wear it to Pride and just about every time I go out. (Which is like once a month). And yes I am a man.

    • H2olovngrl

      They look like prize fighter belts.

    • wisenhar

      I totally agree about the rainbow mini, but it doesn’t seem like it belongs in this collection. I think that model got lost on her way to the Blonds runway.

  • Fanny_Trollope

    Drop-crotch pants of all lengths need to die. Soon and hard.

  • MaggieMae

    Hooooo-boy. So not my taste.

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  • kimmeister

    A lot of these pieces remind me of the old Lite Brite toys. Apparently if you come up with a design, you get a weightlifting belt as a prize!

  • RussellH88

    Apparently they make Heidi’s Emmy neck brace in black.

  • MilaXX

    Someone finally designed a collection for Jem and the Holograms.

    • TonyGo

      The Misfits, for sure.

  • The fact that I am getting a strong Ed Hardy vibe is probably not a good thing,

  • Adrianna Grężak

    Some of these read “Forever 21”

  • mmebam

    HOORAY! NO NIPPLES! #SmallVictories

  • zenobar

    I guess it’s Hammer Time again.

  • Jacquelyn

    Nothing here made me stop and wish I was a size 0 and incredibly wealthy.

  • GillianHolroyd

    Well, this is making the D&G Collection look good.

  • Deb_Lynn

    Really? Style inspiration from Macho Man Randy Savage? Huh.

    • Kimmu

      I think the world would be a better place if we all took style inspiration from the Macho Man, ooohhh yeaaaahhhhhhhh.

      • demidaemon

        Ha! Does that include fashionable versions of Slim Jim inspired dresses and rainbow colored cowboy hats?

  • CommentsByKatie

    Not loving the mesh trend. This is the third collection I’ve noticed it in.


    It’s like caffeine pills for the eyes. And the models look so miserable! Like they’ve been taking caffeine pills for days…

  • Janet B

    Those are some very large belts.

    I don’t really like much of this, but I’m interested to see someone wear them.

    • meowing

      Yeah, between these and the D&G show, looks like a parade of prize-fighter championship belts.

  • Erica_Vuitton

    Another collection where all I see is Balmain. The embellished mini dresses, the geometric prints, the chevron sequin patterns, the draped rayon skirts. Pretty much everything except the blue paisley pants.

  • quiltrx

    Not to sure about most of this, but that large black/white print is GIVING ME LIFE. I’d love to have the long coat, though I know I would look like a jackass. 🙂
    So…designers DO know that they CANNOT make the dropped crotch, much less the jumpsuit, “happen”–right?
    I do like some of the Balmain-ish pieces.

    • Dropped crotches, jumpsuits, and gauchos! Some of the gauchos have dropped crotches! You think you’re seeing a skirt or dress, then they turn into something else! It’s all so terrible that they deserve – no, they require- exclamation points.

      I have a pair of dropped crotch pants, but they’re strictly house wear. I’m reluctant to wear them when I go into the yard to hang laundry.

      I love the colorful, flowing gown with the patent leather top. I’m not really loving anything else, but I’m with @janetjb:disqus . I’d love to see who will wear this stuff.

  • Slade Thunderdragon

    Please tell me WWF Belts are not going to become a trend. -.-

  • decormaven

    That black and white ethnic print strapless dress (think it’s no. 10) is going to show up soon. It looks very familiar.

  • I usually like Pucci but gotta say that I am not finding a lot to love here. Kinda train-wrecky.

  • editrixie

    What’s with the giant weightlifter belts today?

  • anotherkate

    Oh this is fun! Some of it is straight crazy, but I can’t help enjoying it regardless. Hooray for prints!

  • No no! This looks inspired by this season of PR: poopy pants and backwards racer backs!

  • Imasewsure

    Step and repeat 2013-14 collection for Kristin Stewart.. wrap it up

  • HM3

    DAMN, I have bad taste. I love all of these. except for the tacky black-see-though-pleather-thingies towards the bottom, which (tragically) reminded me of Kim Kardashian. >_<

    • Samantha

      I’m with you! I love borderline tacky glam shit.

  • Synnamin

    ~sigh~ I guess we’re in a 70’s redux era again. Blue sequined jumpsuits. Really?

  • Kent Roby

    I’ve been known to wear a sheer top and a gladiator/prize fighter belt for fun (haven’t we all?), but it seems to really be a thing now. As usual with Pucci, the iconic-feeling prints generally work best for me. Incidentally, does the last model seem really pissed to be the “bride”?

  • SinisterKid

    Hello, fancy blue raincoat. Dafuq are you doing here?
    Peep-toed booties, please crawl back up the colon from whence you came.

  • charlotte

    If a collection makes me think about how I’m going to dislike the outfits on the celebs, I guess I don’t like it.

  • rebeemoon

    What’s with the WWE belts? Funny, these ladies don’t look like wrestlers.

  • Katy perry will be in that rainbow glitter mini in a hot second.

  • Trickytrisha

    Just say no to “poochy” pants.(sry) And belts that make it impossible to bend over. And blue sequined jumpsuits, 13th from bottom, that are just plain dreary and reek of stale ciggy smoke from a ’70s nightclub with a disco ball. It really stands out as a failure, at least for me.

  • berlinmama

    Yeah, it looks really Spring-like (sarcastic laugh). And looks like they stole the belts from the D&G collection,lo

  • Donna Tabor

    70’s fashions for the World Wrestling Federation.


  • sleepycat

    Okay two things

    1) This collection is like versace and Dolce and Gabana mated and was designed by Pucci

    2) I don’t know who is the creative director/designer, but it clear they are using prints only to appease buyers and keep some of the general classic prints alive.

  • conniemd

    I’d like to say that if you took the stupid WWE belts away that the clothes would be wearable, but I just can’t with all the droopy, harem and crotch dropped pants on display.

  • formerlyAnon

    I’ll take ALL the jackets that end hip level and higher, thank-you very much. And I’ll at least try on the longer, more voluminous ones with the exception of the silver mylar looking one. I flip-flop between seeing that one as cocaine-champagne-disco, and what the survivors fashion from the emergency blankets if a small plane full of designers and seamstresses and their luggage crashes in the far reaches of the Canadian wilderness.

  • H2olovngrl

    This is by far my least favorite collection, although Rihanna will probably love it.

  • Kelly

    What’s with the Rocky-gladiator-WorldWideWrestling belts? First D&G and now this. Ugh. But I like some of the clothes, especially that black-and-gold dress third from the bottom, and that one with the long, swirly print skirt and the black strappy top. (Yeah, it does sort of look like it’s made out of duct tape, but I dunno, I like it.)

  • cindiaune

    Wow, there was all kinds of hideous in that collection.

  • Lily-Rygh

    Discount double-check.

  • Sunraya

    Love prints on the red carpet, so I hope some of these are tweaked for that.

    What is wrong with that last model? She looks like someone beat her around the block a few times. Haggard. I cannot even imagine allowing someone that haggard to show off my clothes that I designed.

  • Akmall Razlan

    Sorry, some the creations were there last few years, Pucci should think deeply about the prints and they are all about PRINTS right, I look up to Pucci when I want to search for inspiration in prints but this collection is actually very not Pucci. Pucci tries to be someone else. Poor Pucci..

  • some gorgeous pieces here, with some insane crotches thrown in. esp. like the black and white sleek sparkly strapless mini-dress. love to see that on emilia clarke.

  • ankali

    A disheartening collection. With the notable exception of Fendi, the Italians are really shitting the bed this season.

  • kathrineb

    I love the classic pucci prints but these prints have a kinda late 80 early 90s thing I am not at all into!