1970s Authentic Pucci Print Scarf, Abstract Print

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Pucci abstract print scarf in tones of blue.

Beautiful silk scarf in tones blue, aqua, turquoise, black and white. Classic abstract Pucci print. Perfect scarf for your spring and summer...

  • Pucci
  • F98

Pucci abstract print scarf in tones of blue.

Beautiful silk scarf in tones blue, aqua, turquoise, black and white. Classic abstract Pucci print. Perfect scarf for your spring and summer fashions. Also looks fab on your shoulder bag or hat. 100% silk. #F98

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PLEASE NOTE: Colors Vary from Computer to Computer. Actual photos can be mailed if there is.

Approx. Size: 22" 22"

Condition: Very Good

Mark/Label: Emilio Pucci Firenze

Emilio Pucci, Marchese di Barsento (1914 – 1992) was a Florentine Italian fashion designer and politician. He and his eponymous company are synonymous with geometric prints in a kaleidoscope of colors.
The first clothes designed by Pucci were for the Reed College skiing team. He came to wider attention in 1947 when skiwear that he designed for a female friend was photographed by Harper's Bazaar. Pucci designed skiwear for a story on European Winter Fashion, which ran in the winter 1948 issue of the Bazaar. Although there had been some experiments with stretch fabrics in Europe before the war, Pucci's sleek designs caused a sensation, and he received several offers from American manufacturers to produce them. Instead he left the Air Force and set up an haute couture house in the fashionable resort of Canzone del Mare on the Isle of Capri.
Initially he used his knowledge of stretch fabrics to produce a swimwear line in 1949, but soon moved onto other items such as brightly colored, boldly patterned silk scarves. Stanley Marcus of Neiman Marcus encouraged him to use the designs in blouses and then a popular line of wrinkle-free printed silk dresses. Pucci added a boutique in Rome as business thrived, helped by Capri's role as a destination for the international jet set. Known, as the Prince of Prints, his abstract fashions epitomize the late 60s and 70s. His designs were worn by everyone from Sophia Loren to Jackie Kennedy.

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