Emilio Pucci AW14

A charge of huntresses in wild furs, velvet tuxedos and gowns dripping with beads

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Lindsey Wixson (d’Management) backstage at Emilio Pucci AW14 Shot by Paolo Musa

Initial reaction:

Hanging out in Joshua Tree and feeling at one with the savage earth. Except these girls don't break a sweat in the desert. They're wearing Navajo-inspired knits and heavily beaded dresses.  

How they wore it: 

Some of the models had a curious smear of gold on their temples as though it were a cult sign. What was the significance of the ones who were touched with gold and the ones who weren't?  

Model behaviour:

Eva Herzigova led the charge in a jet black beaded gown, preceding a passage of gold-rush dresses, dripping with metal chains and beading.

Stand out looks: 

In amongst the embellished signature prints and Orchiedea curls, there were 1970s tinged velvet tuxedo suiting, fitting into the mood of the season, worn with neck tie blouses.  

Animal spirit: 

All things furry have been dominating the shows but artistic director Peter Dundas gave his girls the "Call of the Wild" with fox fur pieces, pattern-printed pony skin and patchwork mink on parkas. They're primitive huntresses.

Models: Maartje Verhoef (@maartjeverhoef), Carla Ciffoni, Amanda Wellsh (@amandawellsh), Mina Cvetkovic (@how_about_mina), Tanya Katysheva (@limur_t), Paulina King, Nadja Bender (@NadjaBender), Irina Kravchenko (@iriska_kravchenko), Anna Ewers (@AnNaEwers), Izabel Goulart (@iza_goulart), Thairine Garcia (@thairinegarcia), Malaika Firth (@malaikafirth), Lindsey Wixson (@lindseywixson), Hanne Gaby Odiele (@hannegabysays), Ashleigh Good (@hannegabysays), Samantha Gradoville (@samgradoville), Devon Windsor (@devwindsor), Charlene Hoegger, Elizabeth Erm, Mijo Mihaljcic (@mijomihaljcic)

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