From the 50’s the Emilio Pucci autograph has always been found in the wardrobes of the jetset.
Even though Emilio retired in 1990, the fabulous Pucci prints, which often harkens to the psychedelics of the 60’s and 70’s, are back in favour again with the beautiful people. In 2002, Christian Lacroix took over as artistic director at Pucci, which is now part of the LVMH stable, but handed over the reins to Matthew Williamson in 2006.
The flagship store on Fifth Avenue pays tribute to the glory of Emilio Pucci collections. Visit it to enjoy the joy of colour, colours you might not have seen in existence before. And marvel at the hundreds of print designs that flowed from the genius of the “Prince of Prints”. The clothes make elegant and beautiful butterflies of their wearers.