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Editorial

It was a case of back to the ’60s at Emanuel Ungaro, where Fausto Puglisi explored one of the brand’s golden periods to focus on short trapeze lines and macramé lace made three-dimensional by colourful floral appliqués that created an almost psychedelic effect. Inspiration came from Anjelica Huston, a strong, modern woman who has always remained iconic and the perfect balance of masculine and feminine. With the space age references typical of the period, little tunics and mini-skirts came in vinyl, at times worn with over the knee boots in macramé lace, or loose ranchero trousers with side ruffles and thin floral shirts. There were also tailored blazers worn with crop tops and long skirts, while touches of bondage added edge to the fresh young allure.