If you are a big fan of colors, interesting shape and print mishmashes, and creative solutions, the brand-new Fausto Puglisi fall/winter 2014-2015 collection showcased during Milan Fashion Week has a super huge surprise for you, presenting the all-time most successful and creative garments possible. The most energizing suggestions the fall/winter season could find you with are here, introduced with the catchiest and the most flabbergasting pieces. So it’s not only about presenting colorful and joyful pieces, it’s about showing the best ways of combining color shades, and demonstrating the perfect feel and the taste used for creating these wonders.
Looking through the garments, we also see something resembling the art of Cubism, created with the graphical and abstract color blocking and various design details. So this is shown from the very beginning, when we saw the extravagant and cute tee dress with long sleeves, adorned with those red, green, yellow, and pink shades and completed with the golden shiny details for the bottom. The flabbergasting mishmash of these shades with the pale purple and the black is also noteworthy for the line.
When all this gets mixed with the shimmery textures and the punk inspired spiky details, we get the most youthful and creative suggestions. The thematic prints, one of which presents the image of the Statue of Liberty are also noteworthy. So are the leather jackets, and the black and white diamond prints. The latter also come with some more unexpected and eccentric shapes.
Also, we can’t but talk about the cute flare silhouettes and the body-flattering mini options, which come with the shades of soothing blue and purple, and form another sassy aspect. The scrupulous beadwork and the lively colors used for the final look make the most perfect final brushstroke.
So do consider the Fausto Puglisi fall/winter 2014-2015 collection, if you want something that is even beyond creative and extravagant. Opting for these pieces, you will be the different and unique sunny sparkle all around!
Photos courtesy of Vogue