Pucci’s Peter Dundas Flies to Work Every Day, Sleeps Nude

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Peter Dundas, photographed for <em>Harper's Bazaar</em>.
Peter Dundas, photographed for Harper’s Bazaar. Photo: Christopher Sturman/Trunkarchive.com for Bazaar

Pucci designer Peter Dundas sleeps in the nude for aesthetic purposes: “I like men’s pajamas on women, but I don’t like them on men,” he explains in the latest’s Harper’s Bazaar “My List” feature. He also flies an hour and a half to work every day, since he lives in Paris and commutes to the Pucci offices in Florence. Other facts of note:

To wind down, I play with my brown Labrador, Hannibal. He’s 10 now but still a puppy. I own 20 to 25 pieces of taxidermy; between whole deers, boar heads, croc heads, plus the birds, there are quite a few. I also collect insects. I don’t know anymore how many I have. A lot of the animals have been relinquished to the basement, as someone managed to convince me that it might be disturbing to Hannibal.

In other words, that’s one terrifying basement.

Pucci’s Peter Dundas Flies to Work, Sleeps Nude