Over the weekend, Peter Dundas showed his first collection for Pucci since Matthew Williamson's exit, and surprisingly, everyone's talking about it. Instead of a rolling screech of sorbet-stained glass prints, Dundas showed a promising, if not on-trend collection (neon, big shoulders, over-the-knee boots, and, since Dundas has been head designer of French furrier Revillon since Fall 08, plenty of fur) with several pieces we know we'll see again at least editorially. We can't remember the last time Pucci was relevant beyond Palm Beach, so it's kind of exciting to have another label to talk about, even if it did seem a bit too Balmain-inspired at times (Hilary's observation, not ours!). But will it make it to everyone's Fall shopping list?
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