Emilio Pucci, a dashing Florentine aristocrat, began his fashion career unexpectedly on the slopes of Zermatt in 1947 when the photo of a revolutionary ski suit he’d designed for a female friend found its way to the pages of Harper’s Bazaar.
In 1950 Emilio Pucci opened a boutique in Capri and Pucci's fashions began to reflect their Mediterranean identity, with splashes of exuberantly coloured print and precious Italian fabrications. Their feminine and free-flowing body-conscious shapes translated seamlessly into weightless silk jersey dresses, resort-style sportswear and glorious evening gowns -- must-haves for the jet-set crowd.
Emilio Pucci was one of the first designers to stretch the boundaries of fashion, lending his creative talent to a variety of lifestyle projects.These include futuristic airline uniforms for Braniff International, the logo for the Apollo 15 space mission, porcelain vases for Rosenthal, the interiors of the Ford Lincoln Continental Mark IV and many more. It is a design tradition that continues to the present day, as evidenced by a Pucci-printed sail for Wally Yachts and furniture produced in collaboration with Cappellini.

Emilio Pucci Boutique, Lebanon
109 Allenby Street
Beirut Central District
Tel +9611991111 ext.579

Emilio Pucci Headquarters, Italy

Palazzo PucciVia de' Pucci 650122 FlorenceTel: +39 055 26 18 41Fax: +39 055 28 04 51
Emilio Pucci Showroom, ItalyVia Amedei 820123 MilanTel: +39 02 88 58 21Fax: +39 02 86 46 53 48showroom_milano@pucci.com