I am a fan of Italian designer, Fausto Puglisi.
His ‘bells and whistles’ approach may be OTT for some,
but I do admire the extreme exuberance he brings to
(image from marieclaire.it):
designer, Fausto Puglisi
His work was showcased at the recent exhibition,
held at the Victoria and Albert Museum (London).
Sr. Puglisi is one to watch of the
next generation of Italian fashion talent.
He continues to grow and to explore:
fine tuning conflicting perspectives of creating
bling things with urban edge, which holds appeal
for a select audience with
the reality of designing for a wider demographics
in order to sustain a business.
Putting the practicalities aside,
Sr. Puglisi is a design showman and I for one want a front row seat.
For the s/s 2015 collection presented opening day at MFW,
there was no shortage of ideas, running the gamut:
from ’60s mod to contemporary urban sass,
from gold high shine to graphic prints
and some others in between.
I am love stuck on the shoes. Sr. Puglisi brought the ‘bling thing’ factor
to slides and gladiator sandals.
(images from fashionising):
MFW, s/s 2015