Although they're all unique, you can't mistake a Pucci print. Since as far back as the late 1940s, when Italian skier and socialite Marchese Emilio Pucci casually tried his hand at design, the brand has been synonymous with bold, brightly colored graphic patterns with a kaleidoscopic, slightly psychedelic feel. Pucci prints usually appear on clingy, stretchy fabrics, and are widely applied in every category:evening wear, ready-to-wear, swimwear, accessories, shoes.
Vintage Pucci is highly collectible, but new designer Christian Lacroix's more current designs—although using prints from the Pucci archive—are also in very high demand.
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