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French fashion house Emanuel Ungaro names new Creative Director

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Marco ColagrossiEmanuel Ungaro, a French fashion house which is restructuring its women’s ready-to-wear division, has announced appointment of Marco Colagrossi as the new Creative Director for the segment. He is succeeding Fausto Puglisi, who is reportedly leaving the label to start his own women’s, men’s and accessories lines.

Colagrossi, a 43-year-old Milanese designer, has the prior experience of working with Giorgio Armani, where he was responsible for women’s wear. Previously, he was associated with Dolce & Gabbana as a Collection Coordinator, and went on to become the Senior Fashion DesignerIn-Charge of ready-to-wear and special celebrities’ projects.

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Marie Fournier, Managing Director, Emanuel Ungaro said, “We look forward to showing Marco Colagrossi’s vision for the brand. He has a great sense of colour, femininity and luxury and the incredible expertise of Cieffe will certainly help us to propel Emanuel Ungaro into its fullest potential.”

The designer will make his debut in Paris in June this year with the demonstration of the brand’s cruise assortment.

 

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