Perhaps every runway should open with a soundtrack of a cheering crowd. It sets the mood and raises your spirits, willingly or not. Fausto Puglisi’s fall / winter 2014 show opened with a recording of ACDC’s Thunderstruck, and the rock ‘n’ roll mood was laid down so palpably it was there for Lindsey Wixson to walk on. She looked like a rock goddess.
From there, Puglisi delved into a carnival of colours and prints, from pop-art Statue of Liberty sweaters to harlequin check skirts in exaggerated space-cadet shapes. Puglisi doesn’t go for subtle, and fall flitted from sexy streamlined pieces to those that borrowed their volumes and embellishments from the 1980s. As for the Statue of Liberty prints, well, you can see those pleasing lots of fans.
You can see all of the Fausto Puglisi autumn (fall) / winter 2014 runway collection by clicking on a thumbnail on the left. From there you can browse through each of the pictures from the fashion show.
Photography by Imaxtree