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Fausto Puglisi was born in Messina and started his carreer exporting his talent to the USA.
When he was eighteen, he moved to New York and started collaborating with worldwide known stylists and photographers.
His outfits gained great success and many Hollywood celebrities have been dressing Fausto Puglisi outfits at the most important events.
Fausto Puglisi loves visual culture. He is inspired by the mix between the high culture and popular elements and the result is a really complex brand identity: heroic Sicily, Italian neo-realism movies, American star system, Roman gladiators, modern architecture and the richness of the Mediterranean Baroque.
His geometric creations express a rich and defined style, focusing on color contrasts and embroideries research. His clothes embody an ideal of beauty based on strength, to design a contemporary glamour.
Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana appreciate Fausto Puglisi's talent and asked him to be part of their "Young Designers" project, that gave him a great visibility inside their concept store Spiga2 in Milan.
Fausto Puglisi dresses have been worn during important events like the Super Bowl 2012 halftime show and his company is fast growing among International buyers and press, thanks to this Sicilian designer's determination and commitment. That same year he was appointed artistic director at the famed French Maison, Ungaro, debuting on the Parisian catwalks in March 2013 and successfully re-launching the label to international markets. By October 2013, he was on the Milan runways with his first full scale Fausto Puglisi show.
The women who Puglisi adores, and those that adore him right back, are cut from an equally broad cloth that span 1950s screen icons to today’s most controversial, yet strong-minded women. Fausto Puglisi is currently sold in over 160 boutiques world wide, including Bergdorf Goodman in New York, Selfridges in London and Joyce in Asia.