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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

his creations.

(image from marieclaire.it):

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designer, Fausto Puglisi

His work was showcased at the recent exhibition,

The Glamour of Italian Fashion 1945 – 2014

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):

Fausto Puglisi

MFW,  s/s  2015

The Collection


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