In 1950, Emilio Pucci introduced his own pret-a-porter label capturing the new positive spirit of postwar Europe. Initially admired by an enthusiastic elite, the designs of this Florentine marquis soon became a mass phenomenon -- throughout the 1960s and 1970s his creations were synonymous with style, chic, and social status.
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