The 2011 Emilio Pucci resort collection from Marchon is inspired largely by unique and colorful prints. Metal detailing accenting select styles and bright colors holding true to the Pucci style. Peter Dundas’ cut out designs seen on red carpet dresses are featured design elements that can be found on frame fronts and temples. Emilio Pucci looks to inspire, using elegant prints reminiscent of the Mediterranean and vintage shapes to create a truly unique collection.
EP683S. Creating an alluring feminine silhouette through strategically placed cutouts, the cutout dress by Pucci designer Peter Dundas, has been ever present on the red carpet. Taking inspiration from the design, EP683S features cutouts on frame fronts and again on temples, with metal detailing outlining the fluidity of each shape. A bold, round plastic, the style is available in ebony, grey gradient, bone white, brown, wine, and burgundy. * EP683S will release in September 2011.
EP681S. EP680S. Inspired from the capsule collection, these historical vintage shapes capture the very essence of Emilio Pucci through the use of bold wearable colors and distinctive prints that wrap subtly around temples. Polished metal details accent frame fronts and temples. EP681S is a zyl frame with cut out temples and is available in grey/black, azure gradient, and orange/purple gradient. While EP680S is a vintage round with metal accents boldly crossing the nose bridge, available in brown gradient, blue/azure gradient, and orange gradient.
EP674S. A gold or silver monogram Pucci crest that can be found throughout the Palazzo Pucci is reinterpreted onto the temples of EP674S. Set against an array of colors, ebony, brown, havana, beige, olive green, and purple, the monogram is a eye-catching pop of foil on the oversized plastic frame. Each color is made unique by either a gradient or solid color lens.
EP120S. This style comes in a myriad of colors and features the Pucci prints around the lens. The endpiece features the Palazzo Pucci monogram crest. A round metal frame accented with fine details. Available in tar, brown, turquoise, fuchsia, and mustard.
EP2654. EP2648. A gentle wave pattern, inspired by the tides of the Mediterranean sea, courses along broad temples. Each fluid shape is filled with a vivid Pucci pattern and outlined with polished metal. EP2654 is a striking square available in ebony, Havana/honey, olive green, and blue/crystal; while the EP2648 is a modern rectangle available in tar, chestnut, petrol, and blue/crystal.
EP2658. EP2136. A bold, modern rectangle, the EP2658 is a sleek, polished metal Pucci logo plaque is inlayed on broad zyl temples that are fully embraced by Pucci patterns. A versatile frame available in brilliant colorations, the style is also offered to best suit the female silhouette. The style is available in tar, tobacco, chestnut, teal, light blue, and antique rose, while EP2136 is a full-rimmed metal frame available in dark ruthanium, brown, teal, light blue, purple, and bronze.
For more information about the Emilio Pucci Collection please visit Marchon online at www.marchon.com.