The glamorous world of Pucci lives on..
The namesake boutique of the famed "Prince of Prints" plays local radio instead of groovy disco, but that aside, the place is shagadelic, Pucci-style: an enormous pink and purple Pucci-print rug, purple silk curtains and a fab line of chairs conceived with furniture designer Capellini.
Emilio Pucci's swirly, colorful prints first got noticed in 1947, and the attention has rarely ceased since. At times psychedelic, at times big and flowery, and more recently even solid and black (gasp!), Pucci's designs, both vintage and new, fetch pretty pennies the world over. Here you'll find the latest and greatest prints on clothing, accessories and novelty items from notepads to CD holders.
Style that outlives Fashion. Emilio Pucci lives on. Don't miss the mark down rack hidden in the hall by the payment desk. The prices have gone up alot but it's reasonable when sales kick in. I do think the editorial review was a bit harsh towards the "Nancy Reagan" sales women. I have shopped Pucci for decades and she and the young women currently there know how to run a boutique the old fashioned way(as apposed to the SOHO"l can't help you I'm busy talking on my cell phone"way). They are always courteous,eager to display the merchandise and check their stock room. The "Nancy Reagan" types have always been in Pucci's camp. Fashion lemmings might look to them to learn the differance between fashion and true style. A trip to Pucci will teach you the differance-it is fabuluos and timeless!!!
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