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Emilio Pucci 01 vintage ivory floral print silk backless maxi dress wedding gown



Emilio Pucci vintage silk dress in ivory from their Spring 2001 runway collection
 This dress consists of two attached layers. The outer layer being a sheer silk overlay with botanical print and the under cotton lining This is a beautifully elegant dress that ties at the back of the neck as a halter
 The ties are very long and oversized allowing you to create a ruched mock neck and a large bow at the back 
Low cut back
 Full length 
Designed for a slim fit
 Wear this in the day to a cocktail party with flat sandals, dressed up in an evening with high heels, or as a beautiful vintage wedding dress FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE!!! Composed of: 
Fabric 1: 72% silk / 28% acetate Fabric 2: 100% cotton Size: IT 42 In very good vintage condition. There are two very small faint marks to the body (Please refer the photographs) and some marks here and there to the ties. The pictures do not depict all marks on the ties, however these are very small and barely visible Measurements:
 Underarm to underarm 34” 
 Waist 28” 
Length 58” measured from the centre neck of the dress to the hem


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    Length: 58 in. (147.32 cm)Marked Size: 42 (EU)Bust: 34 in. (86.36 cm)Waist: 28 in. (71.12 cm)
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    Paris, FR
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    1stDibs: LU2314212947252

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About the Designer

Emilio Pucci

By the mid-1960s, the international fashion press, enamored of his dazzling scarves and slithery dresses in sensuous psychedelic silk jersey, had dubbed Florentine designer Emilio Pucci the Prince of Prints. Less well known is that, starting in the early 1950s, Pucci applied his colorful, abstract patterns to static angular mediums such as ceramics, floors and furniture, imbuing them with movement, not to mention glamour. He was the first fashion designer to enter the lifestyle market, founding the successful brand that exists today.

Born in 1914 to one of Italy’s oldest noble families, Emilio Pucci, Marchese Pucci di Barsento, was a member of the postwar international jet set, hopping from beach to mountain to city. His fashion career began unexpectedly in 1947, when he created a revolutionary stretch ski outfit that was photographed on the Swiss slopes for Harper’s Bazaar.

Eschewing a life of aristocratic glamour, the self-taught Pucci opened a boutique on Capri dedicated to simple resort clothing (think capri pants) that evoked the Mediterranean’s undulating waves and refreshingly bright colors. At the time, luxury fashion was as constricted as a Dior cocktail dress, but the Swinging Sixties were on the horizon. Signed with what Vogue International editor Suzy Menkes calls a “handwritten ‘Emilio’ flourish” — a concept, she points out, as novel as that of designer ready-to-wear — his designs were soon seen on celebrities like Jackie Kennedy and Marilyn Monroe.

From the airline uniforms he created for Braniff in the 1960s to the emblem he crafted for the Apollo XV space mission in 1971, Pucci’s designs were visionary. In spite of his traditional roots (or because of them), the Prince of Prints was forward thinking and outward looking. Pucci put his signature flourish on patterns that were flexible — first for fashion, then for furnishings and objects. Whether on fabric or foam, shelves or sails, as he first explained some 70 years ago, the ornamental designs work in “continuous motion.” Venturing into nontraditional design partnerships, he laid the groundwork for a future brand, a classic legacy that his daughter Laudomia Pucci continues today.

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