Today, at The Fashion Power of Vogue , where a diverse group of speakers come together to talk about creativity, activism and growing in the industry. Among them are female creatives like Camille Miceli, Karen Elson, Aurora James and Iman who have taken over the world in their own way.
Miceli is Pucci’s newly appointed creative director, having worked with some of the world’s most influential designers and brands for over two decades .In a chat with Lisa Aiken, executive fashion director of Vogue, she shares memorable anecdotes and details her career in Alaïa’s career during an internship (“I used to stand up and put all the hangers and hangers cm between [each other]. If things are cm, I’ll be in trouble!”], creating the now-iconic Dior Tribale pearl earrings that revolutionized the way modern jewelry is designed, with Louis Vuitton’s Marc Jacobs cooperation years. Be sure to tune in to her story at Chanel The story of the work in the communications department and how Karl L Eggfield did when a fashion reporter declared Chanel bags “obsolete.”
Lisa Aiken and Camille Mitchley.
Now at Pucci, Miceli is community-focused and can Said to be a slow-fashion attitude towards the Italian brand, emphasizing the brand’s happy expression. The most surprising discovery about the new Pucci? All prints are hand painted. “Feeling human is important to Pucci, and it also brings back the idea of taking your time, which is a good thing. We need time to think and work deeply.”