Dying for Emilio Pucci’s new Spring 2014 collection? Here’s an easy way to recreate the look for less:
In this collection, Pucci designer Peter Dundas was inspired by Moroccan street style. His show celebrated prints as well as the contrast of black and white with bright colors. Backstage, Dundas explained that while on a recent trip to Morocco, he realized that the common dress of the Djellaba and Sarouel, or “Harem,” pants is extremely comparable to athletic attire. Dundas embraced this and aimed the Pucci collection towards a young audience that enjoys psychedelic prints and a more casual sports-wear street style.
These three looks express the edge and everyday feel of Pucci’s latest collection.
To recreate the Moroccan sports wear look for less, Zipped looked for fun prints, harem pants and cutout booties, as pictured above.
Top: KESH x American Apparel, Available at American Apparel, $35; Pants: Silence and Noise, Available at Urban Outfitters, $59; Shoes: Zara, Available at Zara, $119