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Emilio Pucci Might Be Losing Its Designer to Roberto Cavalli

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Designer Peter Dundas is moving on from Emilio Pucci, if rumors reported by The Cut and other media outlets are correct. Dundas has led Pucci since 2009, but sources tell that Saturday's show in Milan will be his last for the house.

Vogue UK bets that his next move will be to Roberto Cavalli. Dundas wouldn't comment to WWD about joining Cavalli or a departure from Pucci.

So who is going to take over at Emilio Pucci? The Cut names two candidates: Marco Zanini, who left Schiaparelli in November, and Massimo Giorgetti of MSGM. At the MSGM show, Giorgetti seemed to hint that he is in talks with Pucci, telling WWD, "it would be an honor" while stressing that MSGM is his top priority.