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Editorial

A homage to the ’80s with its excesses and hedonism. Fausto Puglisi for Ungaro translated the maximalism of the age into exasperated volumes, putting ruches onto shoulders, trims and collars that were so lofty in some of the looks that they touched the models’ chin. The same went for the tops, worn with high-waist mini-skirts or second-skin trousers with a maxi belt with jewel buckle, while the legs were tucked into pointed monochrome or polka dot ankle boots. Later, graphic prints in black and white and floral motifs in vivid combinations of purple-yellow and red-blue featured on one-shoulder mini-dresses and bandeau top outfits. The longest skirts had high splits, confirming the sexy, assertive image of the Ungaro woman.