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1970's Emilio Pucci Jumpsuit Dress
1970's Emilio Pucci Jumpsuit Dress
1970's Emilio Pucci Jumpsuit Dress
1970's Emilio Pucci Jumpsuit Dress
1970's Emilio Pucci Jumpsuit Dress
1970's Emilio Pucci Jumpsuit Dress
1970's Emilio Pucci Jumpsuit Dress

1970's Emilio Pucci Jumpsuit Dress

Regular price $1,200.00

rare vintage 1970's Emilio Pucci Boutique Saks Fifth Avenue palazzo jumpsuit dress

Emilio Pucci was born in 1914 into one of Florence, Italy’s oldest noble families and as such he would live and work in the Pucci Palace for most of his life.  He was a politician, an Olympian/Sportsman, a pilot during World War II, an academic scholar, and of course a fashion designer.

The first clothing designed by Emilio Pucci was skiwear for a college ski team in the 1940’s; he was the first person to design a one-piece ski suit. He went on to produce swimwear with his knowledge of stretch fabrics and set-up a haute couture house on the island of Capri which was a destination for the international jetset during the 1940’s-1960’s. By the early 1950’s he was receiving international recognition and winning notable fashion awards.  By the 1960’s his fans included Marilyn Monroe, Sophia Loren, and Jackie Kennedy.

Although his talent and career cover a wide range of accomplishments he is perhaps most known for his psychedelic and geometric prints which have inspired so many designers in the past and continue to do so today. This particular print done in a combination of easily wearable and timeless neutrals is a rare departure from his normal bright and colorful palettes and happens to be one of my favorites...

this is his iconic palazzo jumpsuit over dress design from the Emilio Pucci Boutique in Saks Fifth Avenue which means it's made with the highest quality materials and hand-finished couture details.

DETAILS

  • fabulous figure skimming maxi silhouette
  • palazzo style one piece with a long center metal zipper
  • overwrap layer that crosses over and attaches with a series of fabric covered snaps, fabric covered buttons, and loops

MEASUREMENTS:

Measurements given are ''actual'' measurements of the item taken from the outside of the garment. Please consider your individual comfort and compare measurements accordingly. For more information regarding our sizing, or measurement process please review our

SIZE & MEASUREMENT GUIDES

labeled a vintage size 14.  due to the nature of the fabric she does have a bit of stretch although the following reflect her flat, un-stretched measurements:

bust-36", waist-32", hips-42", shoulders-16", sleeves-24", length-60"

CONDITION:

excellent.  appears to have been hardly worn, if at all.

 

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