Halfway between baroque maximalism and American minimalism, allergic to compromises, transversal with the myths (from Madonna to Nilde Iotti to Cate Blanchett) the Messinese Fausto Puglisi offers free women, proud of their physicality and their work. To notice it first, in Los Angeles, will be Patti Wilson and Arianne Phillips, who will dress Madonna with her black coat. In Italy it will be appreciated by Dolce and Gabbana, and the success will allow him to dress Nicki Minaj and M.I.A. at the Super Bowl as well as becoming Creative Director of Emanuel Ungaro. Today, her dresses arrive on the catwalk with prints, contrasts and passionate colors in a mix of ancestral meanings and old and new traditions, which have also struck Beyoncé and Jennifer Lopez.