Vintage Emilio Pucci Velvet Vest and Skirt Ensemble, Vibrant Multi Color Print 1970s

$300.00

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Item details

Vintage from the 1970s

Materials

cotton, velvet, lined

This Emilio Pucci velvet vest and skirt ensemble interprets 1970s style in a unique and modern way. This style is full of color with a mix of black, pink, purple, turquoise and brown on 100% cotton velvet. It has a straight silhouette that’s designed to hit at the knee. The outfit is fully lined and features a zipper and snap closure on the skirt and hook and eye closure on the vest. Label read "Emilio Pucci - Florence, Italy" and "Exclusively for Saks Fifth Avenue".

Made in Italy.

Labeled US size 8.

Vest
37" Bust
14" Length

Skirt
25" Waist
17" Length

In excellent vintage condition.

Wear consistent with age and use.

Emilio Pucci, a skier himself, designed a line of ski clothes for the American sportswear company White Stag in 1948. The next year he opened his first boutique on the Italian island of Capri. His design house, Emilio of Capri, was established in 1950 and was located on Capri, Italy and later in Florence, Italy, with boutiques in Rome, Elba, and Montecatini.

By the 1960s his signature look reigned as the ultimate status symbol for the decade. In the late 1960s he designed the uniforms for the stewardesses of Braniff International Airline.

Pucci is known for his fanciful and psychedelic prints, especially in silk knit and in cotton velvet. His prints are signed “Emilio”, rather than “Pucci”.
This Emilio Pucci velvet vest and skirt ensemble interprets 1970s style in a unique and modern way. This style is full of color with a mix of black, pink, purple, turquoise and brown on 100% cotton velvet. It has a straight silhouette that’s designed to hit at the knee. The outfit is fully lined and features a zipper and snap closure on the skirt and hook and eye closure on the vest. Label read "Emilio Pucci - Florence, Italy" and "Exclusively for Saks Fifth Avenue".

Made in Italy.

Labeled US size 8.

Vest
37" Bust
14" Length

Skirt
25" Waist
17" Length

In excellent vintage condition.

Wear consistent with age and use.

Emilio Pucci, a skier himself, designed a line of ski clothes for the American sportswear company White Stag in 1948. The next year he opened his first boutique on the Italian island of Capri. His design house, Emilio of Capri, was established in 1950 and was located on Capri, Italy and later in Florence, Italy, with boutiques in Rome, Elba, and Montecatini.

By the 1960s his signature look reigned as the ultimate status symbol for the decade. In the late 1960s he designed the uniforms for the stewardesses of Braniff International Airline.

Pucci is known for his fanciful and psychedelic prints, especially in silk knit and in cotton velvet. His prints are signed “Emilio”, rather than “Pucci”.

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