Fashion One presents: Emilio Pucci

The Emilio Pucci brand was founded by the eponymous Marquis Pucci in 1948 when the fighter pilot and aristocratic daredevil was asked to design a range of skiwear for Harper's Bazaar. His sleek stretch fabric outfits were a revelation, and the next year Pucci set up shop on the exclusive island of Capri, producing luxury swimwear. From the 1950s onwards Emilio Pucci became an international sensation with his outfits worn by stars from Sophia Loren to Madonna. After his death in 1992, the brand has been led by a number of creative directors. The latest, Australian designer Peter Dundas has lent the brand a slick and sexy touch with his body-hugging lace creations gracing the frames of Kim Kardashian and Gwyneth Paltrow. Here's how Polyvore users like to play around with the Pucci look.

Purple Power

McQ Alexander McQueen dress, Emilio Pucci cape, Brian Atwood shoes, and Banana Republic wallet at


kew.159 dress, Emilio Pucci shoes and bag, Kate Spade necklace, and Illesteva Mademoiselle sunglasses at

Not so mellow yellow

Emilio Pucci dress, Prada shoes, Alexander McQueen clutch, Fallon Bourdin cuff bracelet, Luigi Bormioli cake plate, and Chloé perfume at

Print safari

Emilio Pucci dress, Burberry Prorsum shoes and clutch, and Marni bangle and necklace at

Stylish contours

Pucci dress, turtleneck, trousers, earrings, necklace, bracelet, clutch and blazer, and Jeffrey Campbell shoes at

Midnight gold

Emilio Pucci skirt and top, Giuseppe Zanotti shoes, John Lewis bracelet, Vonnie Loree necklace, Vintage earrings via, ISHARYA ring, Chanel eyeshadow, and Vertu phone at

Leave in leather

Emilio Pucci dress and ring, Gucci boots, YSL bag, and Vivara perfume at

Pastel princess

Emilio Pucci blazer, boots, bag, shorts, bracelet, sunglasses, ring and t-shirt via, Dorothy Perkins earrings, Glamour Kills Clothing mug, and lomography camera via at

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