ITALY: Williamson Takes Over Lacroix's Pucci Role
Italy-based design house Emilio Pucci has appointed British fashion favourite Matthew Williamson as its new designer, replacing Christian Lacroix who is leaving the company.
Williamson will still design his own-name range when he takes over from Lacroix, who showcased his final collection with the house last week.
Williamson's first range with Pucci will be featured at autumn/winter 2007 shows in February.
Lacroix headed Pucci design for three years.
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