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Printed Velvet Skirt, 1970.






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Pucci Day Dress, 1970s.






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Original caption: Florence: Softly Suited. Smartly tailored with softness, this suit notes the chic simplicity of styling created by Emilio Pucci in his Spring 1964 daytime collection. Done in a soft pink wool, the suit has a slightly tapering line, with narrow shoulders and a widening hemline. The hip-length jacket has a diminutive shirt collar and small oblique pocket flaps just above the bustline. The skirt is shaped with a large inverted pleat centered at front.


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c. 1963. Florence: Topped With Lustre. A cassock-like top is the highlight of this at-home creation by Emilio Pucci of Italy. The designer creates interest by combining two patterns in a multicolor array and covering them with lustrous strass stones. The colorful top is coupled with long billowing pants which flow to the floor like a skirt.


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c. 1963. Female Model Posing in Colorful Pucci Jumpsuit and Sandals


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Original caption: Florence: Velvet Extraordinaire. Elegance is matched with novelty by Italian designer Emilio Pucci in this at-home costume for Fall 1963. a bright emerald green silk blouse tops a velvet skirt done in a novel Gothic stain glass pattern. The slender skirt widens at the bottom and reaches just to the toes allowing the matching shoes to peek below it.


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Printed silk summer ensemble, early 1960s, labelled and size 10, the blouse and shorts printed with roses in shades of green, with signature forming part of the design.




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Printed silk jersey dress, late 1960s, labelled and size 14, the vibrant floral print bearing signatures within the patterns




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Girl's dress late 1960s, and a Pucci man's tie.




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This is a tribute that was made when he won the lifetime achievement award in 1991. I think it's lovely and really captures the spirit of the clothes! Plus you get some good detail shots of the patterns. The woman is Lady Miss Kier from Deee-Lite

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12-02-2008
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Emilio Pucci (Italy, Emilia, 1914 - 1992)
Woman's Dress, 1969-1970
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Complex, colorful, and extraordinary textile designs complemented by utter simplicity in style and construction of garment design made the work of Emilio Pucci distinctive even in a period characterized by radical changes in fashion. Disdaining the artificially constructed, idealized feminine silhouette of Parisian haute couture in the fifties, he created instead clothes for the contemporary woman of the sixties—physically active, professional, confident, and elegant. Like a number of post-eighties designers, his clothes were unique in their syncretism. In Pucci’s innovative fusion of high fashion and sportswear, the brilliantly saturated colors and complex linear landscapes of his textiles made a single garment suitable for many occasions, appropriate for day or for evening wear.
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Multicolor cotton and lycra
Circa 1966, Italy


Vogue’s Diana Vreeland once called Jane Holzer “the most contemporary girl I know.” This Emilio Pucci ensemble underscores Holzer’s up-to-the-minute taste in fashion. Deceptively simple from the front, the back of the dress has a long slit that originally revealed a full-length jumpsuit in a matching print. While the long silhouette is chic and flattering, the jumpsuit added playfulness and practicality. Jane Holzer’s youthful energy fit perfectly with the vitality of Pucci.
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Model Susan Murray in Emilio Pucci Top and Skirt
Original caption: Model Susan Murray wearing slit print skirt and thin-strapped top by Emilio Pucci.
Photographer: Henry Clarke
Date Photographed: ca. 1966

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Model in Colorful Hooded Cover-Up
Original caption: Model posed before Lake Tanganyika, wearing a big 'barracano' cover-up, in green, red, white and black, by Emilio Pucci.
Photographer: Henry Clarke
Date Photographed: ca. 1965
Location Information: Tanzania

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There's those famous "bubble hats"! I want one. :p

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Models Wearing Pucci Outfits on Plane Wing
Original caption: Supersonic style show...Lockheed's supersonic transport full-size mockup is the setting for a brilliant showing of the newest Pucci styles for Braniff International hostesses. Seen on the huge delta wing of the proposed 1,800-mile-an-hour air transport of the 1970s are some of the hostess costumes that brighten Braniff International's routes today.
Collection: Bettmann
Date Photographed: September 23, 1966

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