Emilio Pucci Vintage
loose fit trouser
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Fuchsia wool trouser from Emilio Pucci Vintage featuring a fitted waist, darting along the top and a loose fit. Please note that vintage items are not new and therefore might have minor imperfections
Item ID: 10441159
- hips: 100 centimetres, waist: 80 centimetres
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- Wool 100%
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- Dry Clean Only
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The Italian marquis, Emilio Pucci, whose elegant sportswear has become a status symbol, established the design house in the 1950s. The simplicity, colour, style and movement of Pucci’s clothing contributed an unsurpassed sophistication in casual dress, and it was his combination of elegance and excitement that resulted in the brand’s long standing reputation. Known as the "Prince of Prints", Pucci designed slacks, shirts and dresses in vivid and startling colour combinations, and with these wild geometrics he created a kaleidoscope that had not been possible before.
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Lugo di Ravenna , Italy
A.N.G.E.L.O. Vintage has grown from humble beginnings at a second-hand market stall into one of Europe’s most comprehensive archives of vintage fashion. Angelo Caroli, the owner, is considered a trailblazer in ethical fashion and has built the brand on his belief that the value of clothes lies far deeper than in their appearance.