Born in 1914 to one of Florence's oldest families, Emilio Pucci, the Marquis of Barsento, became a fashion phenomenon in the 1950s with a trailblazing vision that continues to reverberate today with the collection's distinctive prints. Pops of pink and orange adorn this Emilio Pucci scarf that's ideal for keeping your neck warm, your hair smooth, eliminating the need for jewelry, and adding interest to a basic LBD.
- Swirl and abstract printed chiffon.
- Ample size gives you many ways to drape, wrap, and knot.
- 79"L x 28"W.
- Made in Italy.
Height 5'11"/180cm, bust 32"/81cm, waist 24"/61cm, hips 34"/86cm, dress size US 2.
About Emilio Pucci:
The name Emilio Pucci is synonymous with kaleidoscopic prints and forward-thinking favored by jet-setters the world over. Emilio Pucci himself was a Florentine aristocrat whose legend was born when photos of his skiwear ran in Harper's Bazaar in 1947. Through the years, Emilio Pucci designs have been favored by glitterati around the globe, and today the line is helmed by Peter Dundas. Headquarters are still located at the Pucci family's palace in Florence.