Tuesday night at Saks Fifth Avenue Glenda Bailey, Editor-in-Chief of Harper's Bazaar, threw a cocktail party for Pucci and creative director Peter Dundas to fete the brand's new space at the department store.
Dundas was as handsome and charming as ever, posing and laughing with some of his model muses like Alexa Chung (she was the resident DJ for the evening), Coco Rocha and Anja Rubik. He also shared some tender moments with Bailey, who has been a long-time supporter of Dundas. When asked about his friendship with the editor he replied, "she's been super supportive of my work even before I came to Pucci, and especially since I've been at Pucci." He continued, "Harper's were my first major covers and Glenda, I always say, has been a great friend and advisor, and she always has such a sunny and positive disposition." Dundas also added that one of the things that they both have in common is their love of letting loose. He laughed, "Glenda is an English girl and you know, at heart, they do like a good party."
Through Bailey and Dundas were the VIP's of the night, it was really his clothes that stole the show. Models mingled around the party decked out in the latest Spring 2012 wares that included bohemian-inspired flowing frocks in brightly colored prints. Everything was completely covetable, and we couldn't help but ask if there was a high-low collaboration in the works for the storied Italian label.
"I'm not sure if I will do a fast-fashion collaboration because it's so important for me to position the brand firmly and I don't want to dilute that message in any way but, who knows," he said. Bailey shared her opinion on the matter as well, "I'm sure they could do it if they wanted to, but honestly, I think it's up to the individual brand and I also think it's a timing thing too." She continued, "It would make a lot of women very happy though!"
Fingers crossed that Dundas changes his mind on that one but until then, check out all the photos from last night and the pretty new Pucci store at Saks.
All images from Getty